1 July 2011

Independence Day Sale!

In honor of Independence Day as well as wanting to offer our homeschool conference sale prices to everyone, we are having a major sale on our products at Noble Rose Press!

Our paper dolls series features godly women from history that inspire girls in biblical womanhood, modesty, and femininity. Collections Two and Four are especially timely for this holiday as they feature Martha Washington, Eliza Lucas Pinckney, Abigail Adams, and Sarah Edwards.

Something else we offer that you may not know about…

The Family Treasure Coloring Book

The Family Treasure Coloring Book is full of beautiful illustrations of family life. From a family picking apples in the orchard, to a mother reading aloud to her children, to the celebration of a wedding, to building a fort in the woods, this coloring book will inspire children and their families in the lost arts of play, dominion work, and family discipleship.

Now through Monday at Midnight EDT save 28% – 48%
on the Daughters of His Story Paper Dolls and
The Family Treasure Coloring Book at Noble Rose Press!

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P.S. Expect to find more pictures from last Saturday’s wedding tomorrow… click here to subscribe so you don’t miss them!

  1. 2 Responses to “Because this special doesn’t happen everyday…”

  2. Elizabeth on Jul 2, 2011 said:

    The coloring book and paper dolls are such a wonderful resource! They are so professional and beautiful and tell the encouraging stories of the ladies from history in such a wonderful way. Thank you so much, ladies. =) I hope to play with these with more little girls again sometime soon. =) Looking forward to seeing the wedding post! Your photography is so inspiring-you are certainly gifted from the Lord in this way! I saw a glimpse of the photos on your Flickr page and am excitedly awaiting more, Lord willing, my friend! Many blessings!!

    With Joy in Christ Jesus,

  3. Pauline on Jul 5, 2011 said:

    I LOVE paper dolls. I probably have like a hundred of them. Learning about important ladies is the past is educational! You’ve done a really good job.

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