Inspiring Our Daughters: Paper Dolls + Coloring Book *Giveaway!*

by Emily Rose Brookshire on October 29, 2010 in Announcements, Creativity, Faithfulness, Giveaways, Industry, Tools, Training Ground for Mature Adult Character

Daughters of His Story Paper Dolls

It is not only possible to remain unstained by the world, by the Lord’s strength, but it is imperative that we be proactive in glorifying God in our lives. These women from the past are shining examples of dedication to the Lord’s work as wives and mothers who changed the world.

We are delighted to present our latest paper dolls from the Daughters of His Story series. We (Breezy and Emily Rose) have had a wonderful time this summer working on the next three collections which feature Martha Washington and Eliza Lucas Pinckney, Mary Anna Jackson and Susannah Spurgeon, and Elizabeth Prentiss and Anne Bradstreet.

These ladies have become so dear to us as we studied their lives and legacies. We hope that they become as dear to to you, and that you are blessed by the Lordโ€™s goodness radiating from their hearts. We want young ladies to grow up knowing that the Lord cherishes purity and holiness, and that He changes the world through those who are faithful to His Word.

The world is attacking every effort of the Lord’s people, and it’s not easy to raise a godly generation in the midst of the filth that so eagerly clings to us. One of the many ways to protect our young ones from premature knowledge of the world’s offerings is to raise them according to Philippians 4:8. What you allow your children to take in through their senses is what they will become. We must actively nurture our children with words and pictures and truth that proclaim the authority of God and His Word.

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, . . . honorable, . . . just, . . . pure, . . . lovely, . . . commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.” โ€”Philippians 4:8

This is what we want to offer through Noble Rose Press. Not only “safe” but edifying, God-honoring, didactic resources that champion biblical manhood and womanhood to our children.

Daughters of His Story Paper Dolls + The Family Treasure Coloring Book

We are giving away the COMPLETE collection of our products at Noble Rose Press to one of you! This collection includes:

Daughters of His Story Paper Dolls:
Collection One (Katharina von Bora & Idelette Calvin)
Collection Two (Abigail Adams & Sarah Edwards)
Collection Three (Pocahontas & Priscilla Mullins)
Collection Four (Martha Washington & Eliza Lucas Pinckney)
Collection Five (Mary Anna Jackson & Susannah Spurgeon)
Collection Six (Elizabeth Prentiss & Anne Bradstreet)
The Family Treasure Coloring Book

To Enter:

Comment on this post . . . and (optional) share one of your favorite things to do when you were a young girl.
– Facebook, Comment, Tweet, Email, Post the link to this giveaway.
Like Noble Rose Press on Facebook

Giveaway ends on Tuesday, November 2nd at Midnight EST.

P.S. Noble Rose Press is having a grand sale for the announcement
of the latest paper dolls! Click here to see the great prices and read a
little more about these godly women from history!

โ€”Breezy & Emily Rose

Emily Rose Brookshire

Emily Rose is a lover of truth, people, beauty, hospitality, and laughter. She works from her home studio drawing patterns, designing websites, and being the visual editor for her illustrator sister. Among other things, youโ€™ll find her hands mixing batter, stitching hexagons, and labeling packages for shipment. She blogs at Simply Vintagegirl and you can also find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Becks November 2, 2010

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Angela November 2, 2010

I used to love having tea parties and cooking with my mother ๐Ÿ™‚

Brandee Spohr November 2, 2010

Count me! I would love for my daughters to have these!

Brandee Spohr November 2, 2010

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Johanna November 2, 2010

I loved playing “pretend” outside with my brother and younger sisters. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Johanna November 2, 2010

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Shannon November 2, 2010

This looks like such a beautiful collection for young ladies. What inspiring examples for our daughters. Thank you for providing such a product.

Maddy November 2, 2010

My daughters love paper dolls. They are always trying to make their own. These dolls would be a great way to teach girls about great women in history.

Gina W. November 2, 2010

I am so excited about these!!! My daughters LOVE paper dolls and these are amazing!!!!
FABULOUS giveaway!

Courtney November 2, 2010

I would love to have these for my daughters!

Courtney November 2, 2010

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Courtney November 2, 2010

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Jori November 2, 2010

These are beautiful! My daughter has finally discovered the joy of paper dolls.

Julie November 2, 2010

I posted this on Facebook. ๐Ÿ™‚

Hannah November 2, 2010

When I was a girl, one of my favorite things to do was sit on my top bunk, and with my dolls, fabric and notions around me, and craft beautiful clothes for my dolls.

Hannah November 2, 2010

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Amy Erlandson November 2, 2010

I have 7 boys and 2 girls. Sharing such girlie things with the girls is so special. Especially when its of this character!

Naomi McClain November 2, 2010

My sisters and I loved playing “little house” with our dolls. We had “houses” in many various places. I finally gave up playing with dolls when I was 15 and it wasn’t “cool” any more but would have continued doing it until I had my REAL DOLLS:) (my punkins!) Now my little girl takes my hand and asks “Pay dolly?” *MELT*

Kristi November 2, 2010

Our girls would love this!!

Sam November 2, 2010

I loved to read when I was younger…and still do:) Also loved being outside playing.

And my daughter would love these paper dolls!

Grace McHugh November 2, 2010

My mother always saved the McCall’s magazine for me and I would cut out the paper doll and her clothes in the back. I also would cut out the models and furniture ads from the Sears and Montgomery Wards Christmas catalogs and make “houses” out of them.

And I will post this on my Facebook page.

Sam November 2, 2010

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Michelle November 2, 2010

My three girls love playing with paper dolls. So much fun!

Michelle November 2, 2010

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Nikki November 2, 2010

This is a lovely giveaway! I am thrilled that there are almost 600 entries (so far)!!! This is so exciting for Noble Rose Press!

Stephanie November 2, 2010

What a wonderful thing to have dolls of great women in history!

Cassandra November 2, 2010

My girlies would love these! As a little girl,I loved to climb in trees and daydream about the day I would be a mommy! I could sit in the leafy branches for hours.

Krista November 2, 2010

Oh, I would LOVE this!!! I feel very strongly about the importance of teaching our children about these awesome examples – thanks for hosting such a great giveaway! ๐Ÿ™‚

Krista November 2, 2010

Shared the giveaway link on Facebook! ๐Ÿ™‚

Angelena November 2, 2010

Thank you for posting this giveaway! Would be delighted to have these…we have all boys and are in the process of a possible adoption of a little girl!

Christi Lounsbury November 2, 2010

Simply beautiful! I hope to see many other products to follow this wonderful idea. Keep up the good work.

One of my favorite things do do when I was young was riding horses. Now my girls and I love knitting and we hope to get into embroidery and other needlecrafts.

Jessica Martin November 2, 2010

I loved playing house with my sister, such fun memories. You are correct in saying that the senses are linked to memory. It is amazing to note the flood of memories when I bake cookies or brownies. I want that for my daughters as well.

Krista November 2, 2010

Just became Fan #700 on Facebook! ๐Ÿ™‚

Kelly November 2, 2010

I have two daughters who would love to have these. Thank you for the chance to win. My favorite thing to do as a young girl was to play outside in the woods near the creek, looking for crawdads. Loved to be outside!

Amanda November 2, 2010

My favorite thing is to play with my daughter now and have a do-over of my own childhood. It is so wonderful to enjoy the simple things together! Love you Hannah!

Angel Larsen November 2, 2010

I need to work on this in my home – being intentional!

Kimberly Tidwell November 2, 2010

When I was little I played “mommy” all the time and now being a real mommy is a lot more fun and so much more than I could have ever dreamed…I also was really into paper dolls I had all kinds, historical to the Good Housekeeping one…I think Betsy.

Kimberly Tidwell November 2, 2010

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Kimberly Tidwell November 2, 2010

I “share”ed about your wonderful giveaway on Facebook! Thank you!

Denise C. November 2, 2010

Going to my grandparents house and either rollerskating on their carport, or swinging on one of a few tree swings. Our girls would love this beautiful set!

Beverley Bravery November 3, 2010

What a wonderful job you are doing! These dolls are truly inspirational. Thanks !!

Franicia November 3, 2010

Thank you for providing such a lovely resource for our daughters!

One of my favorite things to do when I was little girl was to sit by by elders(our clan of relatives mostly) and glean words of wisdom. I was often found beside one of the elders, asking questions and having conversations. I treasure those times so much.

For His glory,
Franicia

Mrs. Q @Blessed Homemaking November 3, 2010

Oh, I would love these for our 5 daughters!

Mrs. Q @Blessed Homemaking November 3, 2010

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