Holly Hobby ... a wonderful memory-I have about 5-6 of the dolls :) and book as well.

My daighter had a Holly Hobbie watch, Holly Hobbie Sheets and a Holly Hobby cloth doll! My mom loved Holly Hobbie

Spirograph - Toys from the 70's - Life was pretty good, free and easy!

Vintage Spirograph game 1968 No 401 Canadian by PourToujours - OMG I loved Spirograph when I was a kid - I spent hours and hours using it.

Used to love this stuff

I remember Gold Rocks Candy Bubble Gum. My daddy used to buy them for me every time we went to Cracker Barrel.

The Tufty Club

I was in The Tufty Club and had this badge. I also went to The Tufty Club Playgroup. Tufty taught us to cross the road safely - 'Look right, look left, look right again and if all's clear march straight across.

My Sindy bed, wardrobe and dressing table from late 1970s.

I had this Sindy bed, wardrobe and dressing table from late Loved Sindy.

Eerste computerspel pong, speelde je op de tv!

Pong Made in Germany 1977 - ok didn't know this was a German thing. I remember my parents and me playing this in the pre-computer games era.

Oh this was grown up choccy...

Old Jamaica chocolate bars launched in Dads favourite when I was a child, much better than the copies nowadays!

Childrens-vintage-Tricycle-made-by-Triang my 4th birthday present tho it had a black saddle

Childrens vintage Tricycle, made by Triang

Ahhhhh Nurse Nancy from the Twinkle Comic

Ahhhh, always wanted my own dolls hospital - Nurse Nancy of Twinkle annual

Post office set - every Christmas we were given one!!

Vintage Berwick Post Office Set 1968 Toy Town Bank with Original Boxed. had the weighing scales and the post box.

Playground rocking horse.

one in the inner courtyard playground of my dream house ---Playground rocking horse. They had one at Sanders Park (and that roundabout in the background)

Cadbury Wildlife Bar Wrappers

Cadbury Wildlife Bar Wrappers I loved these! I had completely forgotten about them until now as well! To think I was mocking people for keeping the crisp packets with spice girls on but you couldn't get me to part with one of these!

I think I had this exact one! I remember holding the microphone up to a transistor radio and taping (aka recording) American's Top 40.

Remember these and recording songs from the radio by holding it against the boom box speakers? And always wishing the DJ would shut up and quit ruining the beginning of the song? I still have one of these tape recorder.