Meet David. He’s not quite two years old, but he knows it’s important to take good care of your Blankie.
When David has a question about preserving family keepsakes he turns to How to Archive Family Keepsakes for straightforward advice on storage methods and techniques.
Some folks want to throw Blankie under his stroller, other people want to stuff him in the diaper bag (phewwww!). David learned that Blankie, like all textiles, is happiest when he’s put away nice and clean and stored in a cool place away from heat, light, and moisture.
Blankie isn’t very big, so it will be easy to roll him in a clean white sheet and let him take a long nap on the closet shelf. One day. But right now, David has decided it’s just fine to keep Blankie nearby. After all, Blankie IS a Family Keepsake.
In Every Family, Somone Inherits “The Stuff.”
Order your copy How to Archive Family Keepsakes today, and learn how to care for and preserve textiles like Blankie, and all kinds of keepsakes —
- antique and vintage photographs
- slides and negatives
- film and video
- photo albums
- diaries and journals
- Family Bibles
- genealogy research materials
- baby albums
- yearbooks and bound books
- china and glassware
- musical instruments
- quilts and samplers
- military insignia
- scouting memorabilia
- watches and jewelry
- metal tools
- toys, dolls, games
. . . including Hop Hop, David’s toy stuffed frog.