Monday, September 30, 2013

Pinterest Monday 9-30-13 Childhood Memories

I am a child of the late 60's early 70's. While perusing Pinterest recently I came across a bunch of things that I remember doing/playing with/listening to.

I wonder if you are familiar with any of them?  Thanks for looking!

WHITING CRAFTS: 1971 Dip-A-Flower Starter Kit #Vintage #Toys
This stuff smelled TERRIBLE, probably so TOXIC and....totally did not look the cover photo






come on get happy....
I bet I can still sing all these verbatim












 Love's Baby Soft....love this ad!  OMG one of my girlfriends back in the 70's LOVED this stuff so much I'd swear she'd take a bath in it every day if she could! Just seeing this ad makes me remember that smell all over again! LOLHASBRO: 1967 Lite-Brite Set #Vintage #Toys    Lite-Brite &  Operation -so FUNThe Vintage Toy Room , Specializing in Marx Toys, Marx Action Figures, Johnny West, Louis Marx Toys from the 1960's and 1970's




COLORFORMS: 1968 Liddle Kiddles Dress-Up Kit #Vintage #Toys               Liddle Kiddles lived in my desk in 5th grade. We were allowed to have them out at recess.          TOPPER: 1970 Dawn Doll #Vintage #Toys  Dawn was so GROOVYVintage Toy "Etch a Sketch"
Etch a Sketch and Spirograph would keep me busy for hours....KENNER: 1967 Spirograph Set #Vintage #ToysFrom the 1970s, Clackers were the rage in toys.These 'CLACKERS' were awesome, finally recalled because they would shatter..... mine were pink!

4 comments:

  1. WOW~ At one time or another, I had all of these. What a great trip down memory lane!!

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  2. WOW~ At one time or another, I had all of them except Liddle Kiddles. What a great trip down memory lane. I miss the spirograph. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Hahahaa! Oh, man! Lessee... we had the spirograph... and the litebright... my youngest aunt on my mom's side was the queen of the click-clacks (hers were pink).... etch-a-sketch, operation, the Partidge family... wow! I'm feelin' old :\

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  4. wow, what a flashback...thanks for the memories

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