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my grandmother had a whole set of dishes with this design when I was growing up.
1970s Corelle dishes. My sisters got them as wedding shower presents. Nothing is more 70s than that.
Grandma Joan's Teacup Pattern
Remember this pattern? Mommy had blue and Auntie Joan had the gold.
Corelle. We had these when I was a kid (different pattern), & Corelle was my first set of day-to-day dinnerware as an adult. Mine had an outline of tiny green flowers -- ugly as sin but almost completely shatter proof! Although I've moved WAY past this, I do still have some of my ugly Corelle plates because (1) They have tons of memories attached from my childhood & my own children, who all ate off of them. (2) They're great for heating things up in the microwave (saves the good plates). ~DLP
Mom went through a LOT of this, untangling my hair sunday nights after a bath, while watching Ed Sullivan!
pyrex butter dishes - we keep it out so the butter would be soft & easy to spread
Growing up in the '60's
Hobnail Lamps. Pretty sure I saw something like this at my grandparents.
This was definitely my room growing up! Aqua walls and all! lol
My grandmother's cookie cutters - still have them and use them.
croquet in the backyard... Growing up in the 70's
the merry mushroom collection-my mom had them all in her kitchen to match the yellow countertop...and peg being peg-she still has the whole collection up in the attic
whose mom didn't have one of these? mine did!
On our kitchen wall when I was growing up in the 60's.
Vintage Aluminum Measuring Spoon ...I still have my mother's set ... love them
Cuckoo Clock - Black Forest - Just like the one we had except for the 'X's around the clock face.