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this makes remember the many years my sister spent embroidering..... she was a Holly Hobby fan!!

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

I had one of these in the playpen or at least it was dang close to this one! How do I remember that?? Must have seen it in a photo

Vintage - Fisher Price Activity center This little device allowed me to get extra "winks" when my son was small and still in his crib. Nothing beats a "busy box"!

I called them "Pebblers" for some reason :) I had all sizes & colors. My favorite were the  lime green BIG glow in the dark ones.

Twin Bead Ponytail Holders - wore these in my long hair through third grade

Ponch & Jon From The 70's TV Show 'CHiPs'

CHIPS ~ Eric Estrada and Larry Wilcox. Ponch and John. Loved this as a kid!

Hanna Barbera 70's & 80's cartoons - How many can you name?  I'm struggling!!  LOL Can't forget Jabber Jaw and Magilla Gorilla!!

Plastic charms of the Hanna Barbera cartoon characters Fisher Price vintage A-frame doll house Back to the Future Timeline Saturday Mor.

that's the way we becameeeeeeeeeee the....

The Brady Bunch- a favorite from my childhood and still love it. The kids and I watch it all the time.

Love's Baby Soft, was there any girl in the 70's that didn't smell like this stuff.

Love's Baby Soft, was there any girl in the that didn't smell like this stuff. my mom used 2 buy this 4 me in middle school

. I'm so happy that some of the coolest toys that aren't reliant on batteries and lcd screens still exist.

I’m so happy that some of the coolest toys that aren’t reliant on batteries and lcd screens still exist.

Pot holders... We used to make these at my great aunt's house all the time...loved staying with her

28 Radical Toys From the 70s & 80s

I remember making pot holders with this type of loom! (and the loom was metal, not plastic like they sell today and cotton strips not nylon)

Barrettes - My hair was thick and curly (frizzy) and needed all the help it could get.  I lost them, broke them, and traded them with my friends.

My daughter had these exact barrettes almost 30 years ago! I still have one of the pink flowered ones in my jewelry box!

I remember rolling this stuff on

21 Things I Miss About From My Adolescence in the 70's

viewmaster!  Takes me back to when grandma and grandpa had their house across the street.  (bittersweet sigh)

The View Master.one of my very favorite toys as a kid. I could sit and look at the pictures for a long time! Everything from scenery to Disney caracters, and everything in between.

toys from the 70's - Bing Images

toys from the We loved this snotty green stuff and well, so did the carpet. Which meant, mom hated it and it was short lived in our house. The best fun about it was jamming your entire hand in the can to hear it fart.