Paper Doll Giveaway!

Posted By on March 31, 2010

To celebrate LAF’s re-launch, the Brookshire sisters of Noble Rose Press have donated two bundles of their beautiful “Daughters of History” paper dolls. Each bundle includes three sets of paper dolls, containing a total of six great women from history–women we love to hold up to our daughters as examples of godly, industrious femininity. They make a wonderful gift and will provide hours of enjoyment in addition to sparking good conversation about our foremothers!

To enter the drawing, simply post a comment below. We will draw two winners at random on Monday, April 5th! Noble Rose Press will also be holding a sale in honor of LAF’s re-launch, so be sure to check their Facebook page for details on that. This is a great time to pick up sets for birthdays and Christmas! [Drawing is now closed – congrats to our winners!]

About The Author

Mrs. Chancey is the mother of 12 children, all of whom keep the household bubbling with life, learning, and levity. Jennie co-founded LAF in 2002 with Lydia Sherman and has been delighted to hear from women all over the world who enjoy their femininity and love to cultivate womanly virtues.


185 Responses to “Paper Doll Giveaway!”

  1. Alang says:

    My daughter is a little young for these, but I would love to tuck them away for her!

  2. hsmominmo says:

    I am enjoying the ‘new’ LAF site – thank you!

    I know two little girls (not to mention their mother!) who would enjoy these paper dolls very much – please enter me in your give-away!

  3. Real paperdolls! How nice, I thought they had all been replaced w/ magnetic stick ons. The new site is beautiful as well, wonderful job!

  4. stacyzwife says:

    I love the new blog look! Thank you for posting encouraging and convicting content. Please enter me in the paper doll drawing.

  5. jeaneen says:

    Wow-theses are beautiful and I would love to win them for my daughters.The new website is lovely!

  6. therodins says:

    I would love to give these beautiful paper dolls to my daughter. Thank you.

  7. I would love a set of these paper dolls. Paper dolls were some of my favorite playthings when I was little. Thanks!

  8. chintz22 says:

    I’ve entered every giveaway for these paperdolls I’ve seen–they look wonderful!

  9. Ruth Ann says:

    These are the most beautiful paper dolls I have ever seen!! 🙂 I would love to win a set of these! Thank you!

  10. graceelizabeth says:

    My three little girls would love these!

  11. Brenda says:

    I’m so pleased with the new look of LAF, & have begun reading some of the posted articles……truly, much pleasant reading awaits me, I can see! I would like to put my name “in the hat” for a chance to receive the paper dolls. Many thanks!

  12. Lady Dorothy says:

    Oh, my granddaughters would love these! (and I am so glad LAF is back!)

  13. homemademom says:

    I love old fashioned paper dolls! Paper dolls in general. Praise the Lord for those who take a stand for things such as this site does.

  14. TanyaB says:

    I’d love to share these with my daughter. She loves things from simpler times.

  15. crystalsewell2004 says:

    Oh my daughter would love these!

  16. Andrea says:

    I love the idea of being a woman, and all that entails through the gift and glory of our Creator. These dolls would be a fabulous way to reinforce those values with my daughter. It’s sad to see the war on women going on today. Thank you for such a wonderful site that my daughter & I can both sit down and enjoy!

  17. MamaMahnken says:

    Oooo, my girls love paper dolls, but most of their experience is with making there own. They would be positively enraptured with such fancy ones as these!

  18. laurainut says:

    I am excited to see LAF relaunched. I find a lot of encouragement! Thank you! Our family would love the paper dolls!

  19. iampneuma says:

    I think these are the most neatest dolls ever! I have a one year old who might just find them wonderful. Would love to have one for her. Thanks for your site, and this giveaway!


  20. Judi says:

    My daughter’s birthday is this month and I think she would be thrilled with these dolls. It is so refreshing to find sites like yours that have like-minded values. Thank you for this chance to win these in the giveaway, and thank you for your site. God bless.

  21. Lora says:

    Would love to win one of these for my girls. 🙂

  22. MamaMakingMemories says:

    Please enter me. I have an almost-2-year-old girl who would enjoy these dolls.

  23. birdie says:

    I have three little girls and I know these would be of great use and enjoyment!Please enter me in your contest!I love your site!

  24. blessedby6 says:

    I remember playing with these as child, I am sure my daughter would love these too.

  25. srkind says:

    I have two little ladies that would like these dolls…..thank-you for this website…it is great! Is there anyone that believes like this close to Muncie Indiana? If so, I’d love to know what church they go to, as I am looking for a church where others are teaching thier girls to become beautiful woman. Thank -you!

  26. mimsmommy says:

    I am in~ so glad you found time to get this running again! cheers and God bless.

  27. princessmommy2 says:

    I don’t know who will enjoy these more- my daughter or myself!

  28. Serenityel2 says:

    These would be wonderful!
    I love LAF! Thank you all for the work you do here.

  29. How exciting – I’m sure my teenage daughter and I would have so much fun with these!

  30. Emily says:

    I would love to win a set of these to put in my hope chest. I saw them recently in person at the Father/Daughter Retreat and they were fantastic!

  31. Kara Dekker says:

    Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks.

  32. Tammy says:

    My daughters love paper dolls! We’ll see if I can win these for them. :o)

  33. Dianne says:

    First things first…Please pray for a friend I will be mailing a copy of Passionate Housewives to. Her divorce is due to be finalized on April 21st. I don’t know a lot of the details, but there isn’t any “abuse” going on and she actually speaks fairly highly of him. From what I know so far, he seems to be a really great dad (they have one daughter) and his parents adore my friend and his tearful mom actually made her promise she would still come around to visit after the divorce.
    Anyway, I thought about reading your book some time ago, but didn’t for whatever reason. I’d also been on this website a few years back and have been thinking lately that I’d love to get back on since I really could use some encouragement in the homemaking arena. The other day as I was talking to a friend about what would be a good book to send this dear friend, she brought up your book. I read it and was pleasantly surprised to find out you were one of the authors. I knew as I read it for my friend that the Lord would also use it to help me, and let me tell you it did! The chapter about being a perfectionist really freed me (well sort of…I was up to my old antics again just a couple of hours after finishing the book, but my husband put a quick stop to it as I had confessed I to him I really struggled with that and he already knew that of course!) Anyway, I was brought to tears with your statement on page 153 where you talked about rejoicing when the laundry piles rise up and the dishes keep getting dirty. I feel so bad about the example of negativity I’ve set for my family. I don’t want them to feel unwelcome and on edge in their own home the way I feel when I visit my mom (I love her to death). Another thing that really impacted me was the poem to encourage you to “Do the Next Thing.” As a perfectionist, many times things pile up until I have a big block of time to work on it and I’ve accumulated so many of these projects, I haven’t known where to start. Finally, I never thought about the scripture where Jesus says that whenever we do something for the least of these little ones, we do it for Him! I always thought he meant “needy” people, but who could be needier than our own children? So, yesterday I walked around all day with newfound wonder that every meal I prepared and every mundane chore I accomplished I was actually doing for the Lord himself! And it really made me think that if Jesus had been born into my home and I knew he was God in the flesh, how would my attitude have been different about my housework? I think I would have gone about it much more reverently and yet Jesus is telling us that all that mundane stuff we do to serve our husbands and children, we’re actually doing for Him.
    As a final note, I’ve been looking for a nice paper doll set for my daughter (our first one after five sons). I would be honored to have this one!

  34. beth says:

    Love the new site. Hope I’m not to late on posting a comment. The 3 littlest of my 7 girls would love these.

  35. Love My Call says:

    Love it!! It’s about time…

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