Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Pin It Weekly #145

Fisher Price School Days Desk: Just looking at the picture, I shiver because I remember how it felt to scratch my nails on the chalkboard.With internet service out (and I do mean completely out) thanks to the weather and the modem, I haven't been able to do any pinning. I plan to fix that in the next couple of days but, since it's time for PIW, I'll just share something fun and catch up later.

popular 1960's toys | 1960 Vintage Toys From The Sixties

Mr. Potato Head, When you supplied the Potato! Mama used to get upset when all the potatoes had holes in them!!

My. Favorite. Toy. Ever! 3rd Christmas present, in mom's attic.

Etch A Sketch | 24 Toys '90s Girls Who Weren't Into Barbie Played With

Vintage 1960s Viewmaster Toy with Reels by YouandIvintage on Etsy, $12.00

Toys From The 1960S | Vintage Lucite 1960s Toy Klackers Clackers...I had a set of they would be considered lethal weapons...jmw
Remember Clackers?
Pogo Stick Super High Rise 1960 Toy. $80

Vintage Jacko The Monkey Toy 1960s my neighbours had this both of them

And a few pillows to make your home soft and comfy.
Beach Pillow from Old Jeans

Here are 17 cutest and creative DIY pillow ideas for you. They all look so cute and comfortable. They are perfect to cuddle, play or decorate your home.:

Decorative Pillow Covers, Teen Throw Pillows for Boys, Blankets and Throws, Bed Blankets & Bedd | PBteen

18" Burlap Pillow Cover! 6 Options! | Jane

FOLK Art PrimiTive Fall ALLEY CAT Pillow Bowl Basket Fillers Buttons DecoraTion in Antiques, Primitives | eBay

Country Christmas pillow. Country cottage pillow cover. Red Ticking. 18x18. Handmade Holiday pillow. Farmhouse decor. Cotton. Throw pillow.

Have a great week and happy quilting!


Kaja said...

I love the old-fashioned radios! Hope your internet gets sorted soon.

Mary Marcotte said...

The internet problem is resolved. The modem was just worn out, so we ordered another and I set it up last night. It's so very nice to have high-speed internet and not have to wait for it to work.