Max Factor Roll-On Lip Shine. I loved this stuff!

Two Vtg Roll On Glosses Max Factor Lip Potion Kissing Gloss Strawberry Cinnamon

Max Factor Roll-On Lip Shine. This stuff was almost as sticky as glue but boy were our lips shiny!

carbon paper anyone?

Carbon Paper? What’s That?

Carbon Copy Paper - Thank God for my mother's story of incorrectly placing the carbon paper between the two sheets of typing paper.

The School Recorder Book 1

Coaster Hyde Rectangular Casual Dining Leg Table in Cappuccino (Table Only

The School Recorder Book 1 Revised Edition 1962 by E.Priestley & F.Fowler - we've still got this book knocking about somewhere!

Crepe paper crackers decorated with a paper scrap.

Sterling Silver Quartz Pear Dangle Earrings

Fruit People Pencil Toppers

Remember these? → Fruit People Pencil Toppers- Can still smell 'em!

Don't forget the Fruit Gums Mum

Don't forget the Fruit Gums Mum. Loved the black ones and hated the green ones.

Lucozade in orange film wrapping. Strictly only allowed if you were genuinely ill.

Lucozade - by hospital beds everywhere in the Remember getting this when i was in hospital. I hated it, only thing i liked was the orange cellophane.

Pom poms defined 1970's we made and decorated everything with them

How to make rainbow pom poms (tutorial) i have no idea how they stick together? ahhh i found a new hobby making pom poms!

Ker-Knockers, a variation of Klackers, early 70s. These things hurt if you didn't get it right.

Ker-knockers loved playing with these when I was a kid.didn't love when they cracked against your wrist bone, ouch :)

© Shirley Baker Carrying in the Coal - Salford, Manchester, 1964

Shirley Baker - Coalman making a delivery. Salford, Manchester, Notice the manhole cover removed ready for the bag of coal to be tipped into the cellar. Notice also the gas mantle in the street lamp.

the days before playgrounds became plastic

We had a wooden merry go round like this on our playground in grade school. It was fun to sit on the middle part also.