McDonald's - McDonaldland Cookie boxes 1975 and 1972 side-by-side comparison
Here's a couple photos of a classic 1975 McDonaldland cookie box next to an unopened 1972 box. The 1972 McDonaldland cookies were not a full national roll-out, as far as I can tell. My guess is that they may have been regional, or perhaps a test-market or limited time item. But early on, the size of the box was set, and it's the size the McDonald's cookies would be for decades.
18 Effortless Ways to Style Bookshelf Decor
Bookshelves pull double duty as storage for novels and display space for accessories. Learn how to decorate bookshelves so they are both functional and pleasing to the eye. These bookshelf decor ideas will help you turn an empty set of shelves into a carefully curated arrangement.
Old Lowneys Cracker Jack Pop Corn Confection Advertising Premium Alice in Candyland Booklet - TPNC
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DoYouRemember on Instagram: “Did you love Animal Crackers growing up?⠀ #DoYouRemember #Nostalgia #Memories”
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Back in the day: Farewell to summer
With summer drawing to a close (and my having to take time our of my busy redecorating schedule to do some work for the school district...hmmmph!), I was reminded of my own first day of school. When I started first grade 58 years ago, outfitting a child for school was much simpler than it is today. My mother made me a few cotton dresses and bought me a pair of saddle oxfords and socks, and my wardrobe was complete. Mary Janes, saddle oxfords and cotton dresses…
14 Things That Will Forever Remind You Of Your Canadian Childhood
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