Lizzie & Jane

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune  must be in want of a wife”
-Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Lizzie and Jane were two sisters who had what it took to land themselves some dashing men…men who happened to be rich.  Both could have settled for some drab future with the likes of Mr. Collins (shudder), but instead insisted in “marrying up.” The same confidence, humor, good sense, and, dare I say it…pride that Lizzie and Jane possessed rang true for these sister pieces.

But their nuptials were not greeted as “happily ever after” for everyone.  “Are the shades of Pemberly be thus polluted?  They shall not be.”  Ah, Lady Catherine.  To her I would say, regarding “shades,” they were much improved.  From a more “spinster-bound”natural wood to the pale Palmoa gray, these little ladies positioned themselves to make a fine match.  Coupled now with handsome hardware and delightful Dotsworld wallpapered backings, Lizzie and Jane can ride off in the sunset…on their way to Pemberley Dallas, TX.

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