Saturday, October 31, 2009

Spotted! Stay-at-home daughter delights in cottage works! She works willingly with her hands...

Ah, the Life.... Erin Elizabeth, a stay-at-home daughter, is home educated and lives with her parents in Connecticut where she enjoys working together with her 6 siblings to create beautiful and useful specialty goods like stationary, bags, doll gowns and jewelry all available at Rose Campbell's Cottageworks.

The name Rose Campbell was inspired by the heroine of one of Louisa May Alcott's fine books, Eight Cousins and Rose in Bloom. Who as an orphaned 13 year old girl, learns to stop pitying herself and start serving others, even in the smallest of ways, and in the most ignoble of places.

She stretcheth out her hand to the poor; yea, she reacheth forth her hands to the needy. Proverbs 31:20

A visit to Rose Campbell's Cottage Works provide you not only with delightful moderately priced gifts to peruse but the atmosphere Erin has created is excellent! There are quotes to muse upon, gracious customer service, and an over all air of delight. You'll enjoy your visit. I did.

Also, be sure to visit her blog to get to know her better and for some deeper richer thoughts.

Click over to Rose Campbell's Cottage Works to see for your self.

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