Monday, March 15, 2010

Good morning ladies!
Today I am sharing two Royal Court images from the Patch.
Prince Rye and Princess Rose are paired together to make this wedding or anniversary card.
I must add that I really love the versatility of Jens images. For example the images I'm showing today could be used for so many different occasions such as birthdays, anniversary's, sleep-over invitations etc... truly the sky is the limit! Makes me wish my girls were younger just so that I could make sweet little invitations for their friends!
I'm using SEI's "Chocolate" dp, which has a really nice texture and Spellbinders Fleur De Lis pendants to give the happy couple a nice back drop.
Here is a close up.This is it for me today as I need to get off my rump and drag my carcass to the living room and continue on my Wii Active 30 day challenge! Sheesh and it IS a challenge let me tell ya! Anything that will make you hold a squat position for a whole minute after completing a 20 minute "hard" workout or hit a punching bag really fast 300 times is considered in my book wicked!!!
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Goodness Yvette, have I told you how much I love coming here. Every time I do there is just something inspiring. gorgeous color use on this and I love the way you used that Spellbinders pendant. Just gorgeous!

  2. Wow, your card is amazing. BTW, I need to exercise too.

  3. Just BEAUTIFUL! Love the colors. So rich!

  4. Oh HELLO ...Gorgeous card on deck!! LOVE this Yvette!! Honey you just rock those WFK digi's!! Xx

  5. This is beautiful! I love the elegance of the dp and the fleur de lis pendant together. The way you colored the WFK images is perfect too! Lovely card, Yvette!

  6. Gorgeous! It reminds me of chocolate. I'm on a diet (uh,a lifestyle change) and anything brown reminds me of chocolate.

  7. This is gorgeous! I love those colors together!:)


  8. I love these colors, Yvette!


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