When a reflexive pronound and direct object pronoun are used in the same sentence, which comes first?
For example, Me la llevo means I'll take it. Can it be written La me llevo?
Reflexive pronouns are used in Spanish whenever the subject of a verb is also its object. In other words, reflexive pronouns are used when the subject of a sentence is acting on itself. An example is the me in me veo.me veo means I see myself.
In your example, La me llevo does not make any sense at all.
Me lo llevo does mean I´ll take it with llevarse being used as a pronominal verb. I am pretty positive that you cannot reverse the direct object and the pronoun.
When there are two pronouns, the direct object pronoun comes second whether the first one is reflexive or indirect.