Do you adore the natural beauty and scent of roses?

Do you sometimes find yourself with a supply of fresh (or dried) rose petals and aren't quite sure what to do with them?

If so, then my ebook, Things to Make With Roses, was written especially for you!

Within its pages, you'll find instructions for making scrumptious rosy-themed body care products and helpful herbal home remedies, along with a smattering of delightfully delicious sweet treats.

I'll teach you how to infuse and use those lovely rose petals in a variety of ways so you can enjoy them all year long!

Sound interesting?

Keep reading to learn more!

 

Inside Things to Make With Roses, you'll find 40 of my favorite rose-themed recipes such as Yellow Rose Body Butter, Peppermint Rose Lip Balm, Strawberry Rose Freezer Jam and more!

You'll also find:

  • a full color photo for each project so you know just what you're making
  • directions on infusing & preserving roses
  • a companion set of printable black & white recipe cards
  • plus a bonus set of pretty printable labels

Each purchase comes with a free set of ten printable labels & tags for those handmade creations you'll want to share with the ones you love!

For the one-time price of just $9.99 you'll get:

  • Things to Make With Roses Digital eBook
  • Companion Set of Printable Black & White Recipe Cards
  • Free Bonus Set of 10 Printable Rose-Themed Project Labels & Tags

Is this ebook available in print? No, this is a digital product only. The companion recipe cards have been specially formatted so you can print out the recipes in black & white, in order to save ink.

When will I get my download link? Immediately after purchase, a download link should appear on your screen. You'll also get a followup email from the shopping cart system (SendOwl) containing your download link. If you don't get this email (and it's not in your spam folder) within an hour or two - please contact me right away at hello @ thenerdyfarmwife.com so I can get your purchase to you in a timely manner. If you ever lose the download link or it expires, just let me know and I'm happy to send you a new one.

How can I read PDF files on my Kindle? You will need to email the PDF file to your Kindle device. Each Kindle has a unique email address associated with it. To know what yours is, go to Amazon.com --> Your Account --> Digital Content --> Manage Your Content & Devices. Next, click the "Your Devices" tab and you'll see all of the devices associated with your account. Each one will have a unique email. Send an email to your @kindle.com address with the PDF file as an attachment. It should soon after be available in your Kindle library.

How can I read PDF files on my iPad? PDF files can be opened with the free apps iBooks or Adobe Reader.

My download link won't open correctly. What should I do? Every so often a little hiccup in the system happens, especially with mobile devices. When all else fails, it usually works for me to send the files as email attachments. If you're having trouble with your download and would like to try this method, just shoot me an email to hello @ thenerdyfarmwife.com and I'm happy to help!

Please note that I'm not able to be on the computer 24/7 so thank you for understanding that it sometimes takes a few hours to answer your emails.

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