I have previously posted about Glo Friends here on AFA. In the box I found the top half of the card back to one of them. It shows off all the figures in the first wave of the line.
The box also contained several pieces of My Little Pony paperwork. These might have come with my sister's Pony Castle. She sold the Castle at a flea market when we were kids after she stopped playing with toys. Later I traded the box to it (which was in our attic) to a toy reseller for some store credit. His wife collected My Little Pony.
I have also posted about the Care Bear figures my sister and I had in the 80's. I think this little booklet came with the Cloud Mobile my sister got for her birthday one year. The booklet shows off all the figures. My little niece plays with our old Care Bears now.
Instructions on how to diaper your My Little Pony baby.
In a piece I re-posted here about Superman, from an older site I wrote for, I talked about a birthday card that contained little punch out finger puppets. I found the front of the card. It looks like it came from one of my aunts and uncles. I got this card when I was very young. I've had the finger puppets for years. I thought the card might have the Super Powers logo on it, but it doesn't.
Napkins from my Sister's Rainbow Brite Party and my Transformers Party. I was never a huge fan of this piece of artwork of Optimus Prime. It's just an odd rendering of him.
Here is the booklet that came with my Lurky doll from Rainbow Brite. I have to admit it, I love Rainbow Brite. It was a cool cartoon show and I had a several of the dolls. The bad guys were my favorite part though. My mom could not understand why I wanted this ugly doll as a kid.
The last item in the box, which was totally ruined from the box getting wet was a set of She-Ra paper dolls. (I stole the above image from an ebay auction to show you them) The paper from the dolls, costumes, and booklet were all stuck together and moldy so I didn't bring them home to photograph. I remember my sister getting these on the board walk at the beach one summer. The set included She-Ra, Swift Wind, and Angella. They all had their normal outfits and a bunch of weird ones they never wore as toys or in the cartoon. As a big MOTU fan I was a little sad to have throw them and the He-Man mini-comic away.
Always fun to find forgotten treasures like these.ReplyDelete
Yes it is fun to find forgotten treasures...ReplyDelete
I'm so glad I came across this. Even though I sold most of my 80s toys, I can't part with any of the papers. It's so cool to see what you found in your basement. Like a mini time capsule! Thanks for sharing!!!ReplyDelete
Yeah, I love the old paper work. Thanks for stopping by my blog.Delete