these are sooo divine! swoon!!!
I had the first one when I was a kid/teenager and used to drool over it. These are lovely magazines and very nice of your Nanna to share. Cherrie
i have one similar to that...and a load of old knitting patterns which ive some how aquired.i never use them...if you can find a use for them i dont mind poster them over seas to you. hope thats not weird or anything!
Oh, this is a real treasure trove. You're gonna have a lot of fun with these, for sure.
Whaou!!!it's wonderfull...I'm so happy to have discover your blog!!Thank you Cantona the Cat!!A little travel in Australia before sleeping..See you soon!
Such lovely things. I also inherited my Grandmothers knitting and crochet booklets. She is 97 and unable to use them. They are beautifully made, from the 40'2 and 50's, and one day I will really really try to learn to knit properly so that I can make up some of the patterns. Can't wait to see what you will make. I quite like the orange doll with the yellow hat on the Toy Bonanza pull out. :)
What a bunch of treasures!! Although I'm sorry about your nana, I hope her passing wasn't recent.
I almost bought a box of plastic tube craft books and tubing from a craft shop yesterday simply for the books. They were typed pages with cute little drawings and photos and the most fabulous retro covers. Hmmm, still thinking I should have got them.
oh how sweet they are! You will treasure them! Is it just me or are some of those softies from Toy Bonanza a little left of centre? I'm thinking the little lady with black eyes and lips and giant pink hands coming out of her shoulders? The one right in front of the girl is also looking a little possessed! Eek! That's one of the greatest things about vintage stuff like this - sometimes it is just so out there!
What treasures! I inherited some crafty books and things from some elderly friends. THey are lovely to have and use.
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