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This weekend I had the opportunity to put on a mini craft workshop at our local Pottery Barn Kids. It’s always so refreshing to get out and enjoy the creative company of local families. We made watercolor inspired valentines pillow cases, and the kids did not disappoint. They were crafty, cute, and full of spunk.
Thank you Pottery Barn Kids Louisville for having me. Thanks to Maya who orchestrated this entire event, and all events while wearing the most amazing outfits (can you spot her fab orange skirt in one of the photos?) A special additional thanks to Meredith Esarey of Merri Jack Photography for capturing these crafty and candid moments. Meredith is a photographer specializing in children and families. You can find her on Instagram here, or visit her website to contact.
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If you’re wondering if it’s hard to do an event at Pottery Barn Kids without buying the entire store, the answer is yes. I wanted everything. The grey shaker style kids kitchen with brass hardware, I’ll be back for you one day.
Have a joy filled Sunday, friends.