24+ Top Toys of the 1960s - Vintagetopia
There are several new, fun colors readily available, too. Up to now, 3D printing has turned out to be quite helpful, finding new and alternative tactics to produce once costly goods, although there's still a dark side to it
Oh my. Memories. .My great grandma gave us these and one of those giant pencils every year for Christmas... even when we were in college. I took notes in Big Chief tablets when I was in college in the early 1970s
Tart N Tinys Candy. The original ones were the best - tiny pastel cylinders that tasted kind of like SweeTarts. Our grocery store sold them in the bulk candy bins, and I'd eat them 'til I'd get a stomachache. The later version of the candy had a shiny candy coating (like Sprees) but they weren't as tasty, and you couldn't stack them.
Top of My 80s Toy List: My Barbie Styling Head
80s girls had to learn how to do that huge hair somewhere. Barbie styling head to the rescue! The 80s toy that taught us the joys of big hair.