Carissa came over tonight and LOOK WHAT SHE BROUGHT ME! OMG OMG OMG! [So many thanks also to Carissa’s friend who dug these out of her attic and gave these to Carissa to give to me!]
Ok! If you know why I am excited about this gift, then you really understand me as a person!!!
I can’t wait to share the results with you all!!! Squeeee!!
If you haven’t checked out Carissa’s blog yet – she can be found at www.CreativeGreenLiving.com 🙂
Sarah Louderback says
I totally had that house as a kid!! Start with it!
At first pass it appears to be lead-free, but I will do a more thorough pass later.
Did you do another pass?
crystle jenson says
I want to say because they are all leaded and you can post about them on your blog? and have pictures?
YES! For my lead-museum collection!
Can you please comment on the levels for house with the brown roof? The one on the left in the picture. My daughter currently plays with it.
Michelle Goewey says
I was wondering if you had gotten to any of these circus & farm animals?
FARM: I have the white & the black sheep, the white, the brown & the black horse, the red & the white chicken, the brown dog, the pink, the white & the black pig as well as the brown, the white & the black cow.
CIRCUS: The elephant, the lion, the monkey & the bear.
All I believe are from the 1960’s to the 1970’s.
Hi, my children have the brown house at my home, the school house and bus at my parents as well as playground items and the dolls… Did you get around to testing these?
Did you test the brown house? I can’t find it on your site and my daughter loves it and I am worried to know!
Have you tested the house in the picture? We are wondering too! My kids play with it too…
None of these vintage toys should be played with by children. Even Fisher Price issued a gentle warning that they should not be played with by children today as they are not safe by modern standards.
Maybe I’m missing something but where are the results posted? Specifically asking because my littles have been playing with the brown house at grandma’s!