Joyfulle has created a unique coloring book that shows how women all over the world dress up in their favorite floral dresses. Children can color the dresses however they want and explore their creativity.
More details can be found at https://joyfulle.com/collections/coloring-books/products/fashion-coloring-book-for-girls-who-love-floral-dresses-with-pretty-flower-designs-from-around-the-world-with-50-fun-facts-about-flowers?utm_source=ampifire&utm_medium=blogs&utm_campaign=flowerbook
The new coloring book is also a fun way to learn new things about flowers. Each page features a different floral dress design and one fact about different flowers around the world. Parents can buy the book for only $7.93.
Flowers generally symbolize femininity and beauty. Many cultures use flowers as signs of affection or devotion, often offering them to a loved one or during a faith ceremony. Still, experts say that certain flowers carry universal meanings that the public should remember when giving them to someone else.
For example, while carnations, in general, represent feminine love, red carnations express longing, white carnations mean innocence and purity, and pink carnations say that the giver can never forget the recipient. On the same note, heliotropes represent eternal love, while the gladiolus is given to those who are considered to be strong or full of integrity.
These flowers and a lot more have found their way into fashion. Many cultures embed different floral patterns into their national costumes to represent an idea.
This is reflected in the new international edition coloring book of Joyfulle. The 50-page book features different scenes to color from around the world, with single-sided coloring pages to avoid bleed-through. It is recommended for girls of all ages.
Joyfulle is a small online boutique whose mission is to spread the positive message of the Lord’s love through its fun and carefully made items.
A spokesperson for the store wrote, “At Joyfulle, it is our hope and desire to spread the positive message of God’s love toward all of mankind while presenting a positive message to each recipient of our product line. We strive to offer words of hope to others, with words that unify and lift the message of Jesus.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://joyfulle.com
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Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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