Giveaway: Lily & Gus Custom Plush made from YOUR Keepsake Fabric

Custom Stuffed Animals Gus & LilyAshley from Lily & Gus recently sent her gorgeous creatures, crafted from some very special fabrics which I had mailed to her. After much deliberation from skinny jeans to Navy Whites, I had settled on a beautiful soft antique quilt with some serious damage and a dress that both the girls wore through their, um, terrific twos. I let Ashley select which animals because I loved all of the creations on the Lily & Gus website.
Custom Stuffed Animals Gus & LilyI was blown away by the finely crafted quilted elephant and daddy and baby seahorses that emerged from the tattered material and the kids were mesmerized and instantly attached. Here’s Ashley to tell you a little bit more about her shop…
Custom Stuffed Animals Gus & Lily
I’m Ashley, the chaos wrangler at lily & gus! As a new mom I spent my days chasing after our high-energy dachshund (Gus) and finding ways to entertain my darling daughter (Lily). One stir crazy day I started designing plush animals to go with some of Lily’s favorite words (rhino, whale, elephant); this rainy day fun has blossomed into a shop as I decided to share our favorites with others. See more Lily & Gus creations and keep posted on new updates on their Facebook and Twitter.
Custom Stuffed Animals Gus & Lily Originally we were going to give away the beautiful quilted elephant but Gordon had different ideas. Instead we will let you choose! One winner will have the opportunity to send in their own special fabric to be made into an animal OR you can win the precious elephant. We wont cry, we promise. It’s already tucked safely back in it’s packaging.
Custom Stuffed Animals Gus & Lily

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Custom Stuffed Animals Gus & Lily
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Beth T.

These are darling…just wanted to mention that the twitter message in the Rafflecopter form refers to a book being given away for Father’s Day. (I edited my tweet to reflect this sweet giveaway.)

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