It's Christmas Eve! Time to put out the Ceramic Christmas Trees!!
Sunday, December 23, 2012
In the 1970's, it was all about the colors and the lights! This gold star tree-topper flickered red, gold, and green from a revolving light behind a pebbled-glass lens.
As the light inside the faceted globe turned around, it made colorful shapes and patterns on the wall (similar to the last picture above).
It was like a 'disco-ball' for your Christmas Tree! And, of course, it topped the everlasting fake tree: After all, it was the era of plastic and polyester... Merry 70's Christmas!!
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Leaves Your Hair Lemony Fresh and Clean!
'Though the '70s may sadly be gone forever, the memories and great hair live on with LemonUp Shampoo and Conditioner, still made with the juice of one whole lemon.
Formulated for today's hair, LemonUp shampoo puts the squeeze on oily hair like no other, leaving your tresses squeaky clean, lemony fresh, and full of shine!'
Select either shampoo or conditioner (below). 13.5 oz. bottles.
Monday, April 23, 2012
KOOL-AID COMMERCIAL JINGLE FROM THE 1970'S!
"This is a job for Kool-Aid!
'Oh Yeah! Kool-Aid's here, bringin' ya fun, Kool-Aid's got thirst on the run, Get a big wide happy ear-to-ear Kool-Aid smi-i-ile...'
Our friend's cool - Our friend's Kool-Aid! Kool-Aid brand soft drink mix - Oh, Yeah!"
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Vintage Tooled Leather Bracelets from the '70's:
These floral leather bracelets with a snap in the back were all the rage in the early to mid-1970's.
Casual, fun and pretty, these were the perfect accessory with your tie-dye tee and blue jeans.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Lidsville was Sid and Marty Krofft's third television show following H.R. Pufnstuf (1969) and The Bugaloos (1970). As did its predecessors, the series combined two types of characters: conventional actors in makeup filmed alongside performers in full mascot costumes, whose voices were dubbed in post-production. Seventeen episodes aired on Saturday mornings for two seasons, 1971–1973.
Like predecessors H.R. Pufnstuf and The Bugaloos, Lidsville ran for only one season (1971–1972), with reruns airing the following year (1972–1973). Like most children's television shows of the era, Lidsville contained a laugh track. Music was also a part of the show, with songs being performed by the characters in several episodes.
The show involved a teenage boy named Mark (Butch Patrick, of Eddie Munster fame) who fell into the hat of Merlo the Magician (Charles Nelson Reilly) and arrived in Lidsville, a land of living hats. The hats on the show are depicted as having the same characteristics as the humans who would normally wear them. For example, a cowboy hat would act and speak like a cowboy. The characters' houses were also hat-shaped.
Many of the episodes were about Mark trying to get back home, but the evil HooDoo prevented him from leaving. In the show's final episode, scenes from some of the past episodes were featured, as HooDoo's mother paid a visit to find out what had been going on in Lidsville. Unfortunately for Mark, he did not return home at the end. But, maybe by then he had decided that he liked it there more than home after all.
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Kissing Potion is still carried by Maybelline and is available in flavors such as: Juicy Watermelon, Va Va Vanilla, and Cola Fizz. Super yummy - and super glossy!
Thursday, January 5, 2012
In the 1970's Clairol sold a fantastic, earthy, woodsy emerald green shampoo called Herbal Essence. This is in contrast to the shampoo line with a different formula and fragrance that they are currently selling as "Herbal Essences" (plural).
With its real, woodsy smell, Clairol Herbal Essence was a wonderful shampoo that made your hair smell like an Earth Goddess. This was the original green herbal essense bottle with the girl on the cover with blonde hair in a pool with flowers and herbs.