Flashback Friday #fbf: 1979 | With Dr. Ulrich Scheufelen´s entrance into the company as the debuty managing director, the fourth generation of the Scheufelen family comes to the fore. "Paper as an object of culture" is his particular interest, which reveals itself in his committed work for a number of cultural foundations as much as in the launch of a unique museum for the 'Art of Paper and Books' in the castle of Oberlenningen in 1992.
Variations on danish Christmas paper hearts. The paper hearts and cones were originally used to hold small round cinnamon cookies, referrred to as peppernuts (if translated directly) and raisins as treats on the Christmas tree.
Turning Dry Genealogical Facts into Interesting Family History
Early Chinese hemp fiber paper used for wrapping (not writing). Shaanxi History mMseum in Xi'An, China. It was excavated from the Han Tomb of Wu Di BC) at Baqiao, Xi'An. Photo by Yannick Trottier, 2007
DIY - Make a Cardboard Castle from Recyclable Materials: Build an impressive toy castle out of packing tubes, potato chips containers and paper towel rolls! Fun craft for kids who love knights and history.
Great article questions assumptions about home sewing versus ready-to-wear, back in the Some of these ideas sound very modern! Tilly and the Buttons: A Brief History of Paper Patterns and Home Dressmaking in the