Electrical Drawing Set. (1963/1965/1967). Released by Lakeside Toys of Minnesota, this set consisted of an electrical drawing surface (lit up by a 15 watt bulb), portfolio, stencil pattern sheets and directions. One other set was released in 1965 for Barbie and Skipper and one in 1967 for Francie and Barbie. Wow. All I can say is wow. It is a implausible hub, and brings back nice recollections. I had a friend in high school who had the original dream house (the cardboard one), so although my house was bigger, she had me beat.
They’re lovable, they’re huggable, and now they’re headed in your laptop display! Crisp ‘n Cool (#1604, 1964-1965); a sleeveless white high with purple trim stitching, three crimson buttons and an attached red-dotted scarf match over a slim red sheath skirt. Short white tricot gloves, white open-toed shoes and a white cloth bag with purple handles completed the set.
Bloom Bursts (#1778, 1967); sleeveless floral print costume in green, aqua, white, yellow, pink and orange — it had a dropped waist, high collar and full skirt. A pink bonnet with yellow ties matched the costume. With the magic” resolution, the dark green changed to blue, yellow to red, and light-weight green turned purple. Busy Gal (#981, 1960-1961); vertical crimson and white pin striped bodysuit blouse, red linen two-piece go well with with a thin navy blue belt, navy blue open-crown hat, navy open-toed shoes and accessories of black sun shades and a Barbie, Fashion Designer portfolio full with sketches.
I simply played Alice the Madness Returns and it was so much fun. I’m 21 and a woman. Little women begin to imagine they must appear like her to have what she has. Nevertheless most women don’t look like her and can never seem like her. Golden Evening (#1610, 1964); a darkish-yellow gold-knit shirt with a horizontal neckline that match into a long skirt. The yellow-gold skirt had glitter sprinkled on it. A shiny gold belt, yellow-gold open-toed footwear and a charm bracelet accomplished the outfit.