Thursday, November 4, 2010

My stationery from Jr. High - the 60's!

This is my One Hundredth Post! And its been about a year.
Here is some stationery that I have left from Jr. High ahd younger when I used to write a lot of letters. I'm not much for anniversaries really, but I'll celebrate this one by looking back in time with Coloradolady at Vintage Thingys Thursday. Check out the other vintage delights too!
Thank you to all my followers and friends for spending the time with me in blogland this past year! Its been a lot of fun.

 

 

 

 
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Kathy

10 comments:

  1. Those really look like the 1960s!

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  2. Oh, I love the owls, and remember back in the 60's when they were all the rage!!! Happy VTT!

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  3. Happy 100, I love the owls, and since everyone else does too, I love the purple flowers as well.

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  4. Those owls are so 60's. My love for stationary started in the 60's.

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  5. That is some fun stationery. It takes me back to my last year at summer camp when playing 21 for stationery was the thing. It was pretty cool; you'd end up with a little of everyone's by the end of the month. Then I came home and was addicted to stationery for the rest of the summer. Thanks for the memories!

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  6. WOW! I think I had a daisy pad of paper.... What a memory boost! Great
    post... thanks for sharing. Happy VTT!

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  7. Oh wow, that's so cool that you still have those. I unfortunatly don't have anything saved from my childhood. Must bring back so many memories. Also congrats on your 100 that's great & I truley enjoy your blog =)
    Take Care!
    Chris

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  8. Love the owls. I may have had some like that too. thanks for the memories

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  9. Groovy man! LOL, I remember having some of that Daisy paper in the second picture! It sat on my shelf right next to one of those Pepsi bottles with the stretched out neck!

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