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Ah, to be a kid in the 70’s where playing with toys might be dangerous but thrilling! Here we have ‘Super-Elastic-Bubble-Plastic!’ Very simp...

Ah, to be a kid in the 70’s where playing with toys might be dangerous but thrilling! Here we have ‘Super-Elastic-Bubble-Plastic!’ Very simp...

Jello Pudding Pops

Surfing the boards the other day, I came across an idea for making Jello Pudding Pops. The concept of the pudding pop was developed and marketed by the General Foods company in the in …

I Had A Vinyl Barbie Case Just Like That! I Sure Do Wish I had Saved It Along With All My Barbies & The Outfits!

My Mom would send me to my room if I got in trouble. When my time was up, I stayed in there playing with my Barbie and Ken and my Barbie house.

Baby Crissy!  Oh wow - I have two of them now that I won on Ebay!  She was my favorite!  Such a big doll!

My favorite baby doll was Baby Crissy - pull the string on her back to make her hair short! She could wear real baby clothes and I loved going to yardsales to buy my baby something "new" to wear!

Slinky 1945 Display

It’s Slinky. It’s Slinky. For Fun It’s A Wonderful Toy. It’s Slinky. It’s Slinky. It’s Fun For A Girl Or A Boy. Launched in November 1945 at Gimbels department store in Philadelphia, the Slinky is a kickass toy.

I had this as a child and still have some of the components. ❤️

Vintage 1971 Barbie Country Camper RV Play Set by Mattel with Accessories for their crazy on the road antics.

Jimmy Nelson 1964 Danny O’Day Ventriloquist Dummy: My family had one of these. As a toddler, I was terrified of it!

1964 Danny O’Day Ventriloquist Dummy: I just got this for my birthday and I need to figure out how to put his head back on!

Remember "Colorforms" - I loved them.  There were all kinds.  I used to get these for my birthday.

I had this Raggedy Ann Colorform set. I loved Colorforms! --colorforms from

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"Archie," created by Bob Montana (1920-1975). This postage stamp is 1 of 5 in the USPS Sunday Funnies series of 2010.

I remember loving Archie, Betty, and Veronica comics. I always wanted Archie to like Betty because she was so sweet while Veronica acted kind of snobbish.

candy lipstick

I loved candy lipstick! Even though it didn't even taste all that good - it was just cool. I remember being devastated when I left my candy lipstick at the city pool when I was little.

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