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Growing up in the 70's and 80's

Growing up in the 70's and 80's

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Sunshine Family baby Sweets doll. Also the baby for 1970's era Barbie Babysits. Probably the cutest of all the Mattel babies, and only 3 inches tall!

Sunshine Family Baby Sweets in Original Yellow Jumper EX

Flickriver: Photoset 'VINTAGE TOYS & GAMES & OTHER ITEMS' by Christian Montone

Google Image Result for *Had her. Luved her. But she didn't have much clothing either. Bigger than Barbie.

Vintage Tupperware Plastic Kitchen Accessories, via Etsy.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at

Who's the Boss

Eight Is Enough First episode: March 15, 1977 Final episode: August 29, 1981

Paper Doll Holly Hobby from gift wrapping paper. I was so excited when my birthday gift was wrapped in this and the "card " was the paper doll. The gift was the Sunshine Family grandparents.

Studio poppy blog » Het kledingkastje van Studio POPPY

typing class

Birthday parties were just like this...

Set Design Thinking: Vintage Birthday Party Pictures

1970s Calgon "Ancient Chinese Secret" Commercial I remember this commercial well.

1970s Calgon "Ancient Chinese Secret" Commercial

Post Alpha-Bits (early 70s single-serve box)

"8 Reasons Children of the 70s Should All Be Dead" // According to today's ridiculous safety standards...yeah, we should all be dead

8 Reasons Children of the 1970s Should All Be Dead

"Richard Scarry's Best Story Book Ever: 82 Wonderful Round-the-Year Stories and Poems" - illustrations by Richard Scarry

"Katy's First Day", Whitman Tell-A-Tale Book, 1962 (1972 Edition). Originally published under the title "Katy Did" Story by Jean Conder Soule Illustrations by Aliki

(⑅ ॣ•͈ᴗ•͈ ॣ)♡ ✄Walt Disney's Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs

1972 Vintage Snow White Seven Dwarfs Paper Dolls by EvelynnsAlcove

1972 Vintage Snow White Seven Dwarfs Paper Dolls Walt Disney Whitman Book

Never could find shoes to fit this one. Her feet were so much bigger that my other Barbies.

Charlie's Angels' trading cards Boys had baseball cards, but girls fell for "Charlie's Angels" trading cards, issued in 1978 to capitalize on the hit show. The packs included stickers and that horrible dusty gum, and you were encouraged to collect them all and flip them over to assemble an enormous puzzle. No one ever did that.

'Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops?'

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Three of my favorite childhood breakfast items! Freakies, Sugar Pops, and Toaster Pastries!

Flickriver: Most interesting photos from MAD About Vintage pool

Jayne Modean was my favorite catalogue model when I cut out paper dolls

Moppets Secret Doll House | Holly's Vintage

Moppets Secret Doll House

Colorforms/Oh, the memories of these!

Antique Dollhouse of Patterns

Cinderalla, Gyo Fujikawa