— Charles Roeper, Cathedral Wood Shop
Charles Roeper has worked with his hands for as long as he can remember. Early in his career, he made a living painting houses and hanging wallpaper. Later, he crafted wooden frames. Charles eventually opened his own shop in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, where he expanded his craft, building and restoring heirloom furniture.
With decades of experience working with his hands, Charles decided to use his carpentry skills to create beautiful replicas of America’s founding documents to preserve and promote the principles of liberty found therein.
A self-described “rookie” in computer technology, Charles successfully transferred his brick-and-mortar business to the online realm. Here, Charles has continued to provide beautiful hardwood framed parchment prints designed to help Americans remember the source of the liberty they enjoy.
To build his community and the nation’s economy, Charles ensures all of the materials he uses are made in America.
“I want customers to put these prints in their home and office to remind them to protect and obey our great U.S. Constitution,” Charles says.
To learn more, visit Cathedral Wood Shop at The Marketplace by TheBlaze.