How to Make Handmade Wire Jewelry For Custom Handcrafted Jewelry from pandahall.com

In this jewelry making tutorial, we will teach you how to handmade wire beads for customer jewelry. It is really a good idea of creating beautiful diy wire beads. Wanna have a try? Get wire with the.

Vintage 1970's toy Clackers Klik Klak Popper Knockers **that's what we called them :=) Quick Klack. I still have mine & they are glass!

Ohhhh, these were dangerous, but oh so fun.I remember getting bruises all over my wrists and arms, lol. Vintage toy Clackers Klik Klak Popper Knockers **that's what we called them :=) Quick Klack

1970's

Someone else loves vintage toys as much as I do! I loved the Ferris wheel.and dog on a string.

Avon lipstick samples. I loved these!

I used to sit for hours at my little vanity, trying on the little lipstick samples that my mother got from the Avon lady. Those were some of the best memories from my childhood and I am proud to be a Representative myself!

hopscotch, back when kids actually played outside instead of glued to electronics LOL

Memories of a kid. Rare to see this on sidewalks these days. As a kid, my friends and I would be outside playing hopscotch and using our Skip-Its!

Woolworth's

My Aunt Jane was a supervisor at Woolworth's. On some Saturdays, she would take me to the toy department and tell me to pick out whatever I want.

Trebor Fruit Salads & Black Jacks used to be 4 for a penny

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Trebor Fruit Salads & Black Jacks used to be 4 for a penny at Yellows sweet shop on the corner !

Spangles (1948) in flavours such as tangerine, butterscotch, 'Old English', cola and dozens more varieties, until their liquidation in 1984.

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Spangles - remember these? In 1974 they had fizzy flavours like Orangeade and Lemonade. Spangles are a good reminder of a time when, as Roald Dahl once said, "the sweetshop was the very centre of our lives"

Fry’s Chocolate Cream ad

Fry’s Chocolate Cream ad - 1955 - reminds me of my dad, every friday when he came home from work he had one of these, mum had a caramac, me and my sister had a turkish delight or a flake.

Ray Alan with his famous doll Lord Charles - I remember this but I didn't like that puppet!

Ray Alan, the ventriloquist voice behind Lord Charles, dies aged 79

Ventriloquist Ray Alan, famous for his act with monocled, upper-crust puppet Lord Charles

So true!

Funny motivational poster of a kid jumping an big wheel trike off a ramp. Major air, The No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer moms. It's just how we rolled. When it was fun to be a child.

Sindy

Sindy, loved Sindy - I got this exact Sindy doll Christmas

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