I'm Remembering!
When I was in early-mid elementary school in the early 90s, I had these Disney playsets that consisted of a pop-up book that opened 360 degrees and stood on end, tying the covers back to back with a ribbon to hold it open. Each book came with one or two plastic figurines to play with, and the pop-ups in the book formed all kinds of balconies and nooks for surfaces to set them on. I had one Aladdin set and one Beauty and the Beast set for sure, but cannot find any evidence of their existence!
Anonymous

Anyone remember?

Hey everyone! Guess what? My friend Zeb made this amazing poster and I want you to know about it! He was also cool enough to offer one up for giveaway!
The first person to email imremembering@gmail.com with the subject title “Pete and Pete” gets this beauty. 
Details: 24x18. Signed and numbered edition of 60. Silkscreen print. 
GO HERE FOR MORE INFO
Only the winner will be notified. Good luck! 

Hey everyone! Guess what? My friend Zeb made this amazing poster and I want you to know about it! He was also cool enough to offer one up for giveaway!

The first person to email imremembering@gmail.com with the subject title “Pete and Pete” gets this beauty. 

Details: 24x18. Signed and numbered edition of 60. Silkscreen print. 

GO HERE FOR MORE INFO

Only the winner will be notified. Good luck! 

frickyeah1990s:

Meanwhile…on Saved By The Bell…

frickyeah1990s:

Meanwhile…on Saved By The Bell…

It’s not too late to buy a new Nosy Bear right? 
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It’s not too late to buy a new Nosy Bear right? 

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Charm Necklaces were the sh*t!
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Charm Necklaces were the sh*t!

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A Girl Called Al by Constance C. Greene

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dinosaurdracula:

Toys “R” Us used to give away these awesome cardboard lunchboxes full of samples during the ’90s. Here’s a look at the Jurassic Park version!

dinosaurdracula:

Toys “R” Us used to give away these awesome cardboard lunchboxes full of samples during the ’90s. Here’s a look at the Jurassic Park version!

via frickyeah1990s
From my friend, Jen M. 

From my friend, Jen M. 

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