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Just had to repin this View-Master, this used to be one of our favourite toys.


Oh yes, my viewmaster -- LOVED IT! I actually still have my viewmaster and many of my original reels. One of the few things I have from my childhood. Comment if you had a viewmaster too!

Did you have one of these toys when you were a child?

Loved pressing the little button that shot the drawer out of the till :) hours of fun playing shops :-)

I think I have figured out when my interest (obsession?) in fashion and clothes started. It was way before my parents could afford to buy me Barbie dolls.  Rather, it had to do with paper dolls, ye…

Of Paper Dolls and Cute Rabbits

Not politically correct now, but i loved my golly, i own a small modern one bought before the last uproar about them being sold in the queen's giftshop,     Dean's Childsplay Toys Golly, British, 1970S

Dean's Childsplay Toys Golly, British, Every British kid had a golly and I wanted one too - mine was like this with striped blue pants and I loved him. I had no idea where the Golliwog came from…

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/205631186/stuffed-animal-bat-sewing-pattern-plush

Stuffed Animal Bat Sewing Pattern, Plush Toy Pattern, PDF

(Would be cute on a purple and black wreath for October) Stuffed Animal Bat Sewing Pattern Plush Toy Pattern by BeeZeeArt

ART YOU CAN EAT is such fun! Check out our easy EDIBLE PAINT RECIPE and get the kids busy creating their own RAINBOW BREAD MASTERPIECES.


ART YOU CAN EAT is such fun! Check out our easy EDIBLE PAINT recipe and get the kids busy creating their own rainbow bread masterpieces!

REMCO: 1968 TIPPY TUMBLES Remote Control Doll....  Always wanted one as a child...never got her though...  :(

LOVED this doll! She is one of my youngest doll memories, besides my own doll that I named after myself because my brother was a Junior and I was not!