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“But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumphal procession,
and through us spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of Him everywhere.”
—II Corinthians 2:14
28 October 2010
We are delighted to present our latest paper dolls from the Daughters of His Story series. We 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 Lord’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.
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.
4 October 2010
The Family Treasure Coloring Book
Created by Breezy & Emily Rose Brookshire | Published by Noble Rose Press
This 48-page coloring book features events in the life of the Christian family. From a father teaching his sons how to mend a fence, to a family picking apples in the orchard, to a mother reading aloud to her children, “The Family Treasure” will inspire children and their families in the lost arts of play, dominion work, and family discipleship.
A project that has been in production for several months, The Family Treasure Coloring Book is finally ready to make its way to your home!
You can order today at Noble Rose Press (there’s a special introductory price)!
23 August 2010
*Thank you all for entering! You can find out who won here.*
. . . well, I can’t tell you that part yet – because it’s still a secret.
But, the winner of this give-away will be one of the first to receive their own copy of our upcoming project (which, Lord willing, will be available next month)!
This giveaway will include more than that special item, and is in honor of our summer sale – the lowest prices of the season (and the year, for that matter)!
- Daughters of His Story Paper Dolls: Bundle One (3 Collections)
by Breezy & Emily Rose Brookshire
Each Collection Includes:
– Two 8″ (9″ including stands) Paper Dolls
– Two Short Biographical Sketches
– Three Dresses Each
– Two Timeline Figures
– A Pocket (to attach to the inside of the keepsake folder)
- A copy of our upcoming project
Includes: Well, I can’t tell you that yet, either. But, the winner will be one of the first to receive a copy!
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This giveaway will end this Friday, August 27th, at noon EST. Winner will than be selected and announced here at Simply Vintagegirl.
P.S. There’s going to be a new craft tutorial up this week! You might want to subscribe to make sure you don’t miss it!
23 June 2010
On June 12th, I was surrounded by my precious family and many friends whom I have had the pleasure of knowing in my lifetime. They came to celebrate what the Lord has done in my life, how He has taught, instructed, and guided me.
And how He laid it on the hearts of my parents to educate my sister and me at home.
My dear parents spoke to those gathered at our home about the workings of the Lord and His great mercy He has shown towards our family. What a blessing and encouragement to hear them speak and glorify the Lord with a testimony of His goodness.
It was a beautiful day. I have an over-abundance of things to be thankful for!
As you may well know, I will be learning for the rest of my life. I have been blessed with a love of learning. The celebration was the end of my “official” education at home, but I won’t stop the adventure there. (We do have more projects in the works!)
The decorations shown above were made from folded, vintage dictionary pages which were hot-glued together. On top was glued lace (which had been sewn into a circle) with scrapbook paper added to the center. They make for a perfect whimsical decoration!
7 June 2010
A little over thirteen years ago, the Lord gave my mother the vision of homeschooling. As she shared about it with my father, God laid it on both of their hearts. There wasn’t a choice.
And here we are. Thirteen years later.
My gratefulness to God and to my parents can never be fully expressed. Because of being educated at home, Breezy and I were able to be raised with a biblical worldview and Christ-centered education.
The precious parents my Lord has blessed me with, by God’s grace, were able to follow the commands in Deuteronomy 6:5-7, which says,
“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart
and with all your soul and with all your might.
These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart.
You shall teach them diligently to your sons and
shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when
you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up.”
Although my “official” home education is over, my education will never be complete . . . because I’ll always be learning. Always be watching. Always be reading.
I like it that way. And I’m thankful to have had instilled in me the love of learning.
P.S. The photos are of crinkled, vintage dictionary pages, which will be a part of the decorations for my upcoming graduation open house.