This blog consist of items found through years of searching through newspaper archives and also paper items collected through-out the years.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
A Paper Tea Cart for a Paper Party
PEGGY PAPER'S PARTY Poem.
October 20, 1923. "GETTING READY FOR THE PARTY. Paste all of these patterns on heavy paper, color them and cut them out. Make the Tea Cart first, because that is the hardest. Fold on all the dotted lines and paste the parts that lap. You will find that your little Tea Cart has a top and a lower shelf, two legs, two wheels and two handles with which it is to be pushed from the kitchen to the dining room or the sun parlor. Make the dishes stand by folding the bottoms up and inside. Peggy Paper's arms are to be slipped through the slits cut just below the shoulders."