80s girl toys

Take a trip down memory lane with these iconic 80s girl toys. Explore top ideas to relive the joy and excitement of your childhood and create new memories with your little ones.
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Our Childhood Nostalgia From '70s and '80s - MyThirtySpot

The other day, my girlfriend Kamie wrote on Facebook that Jem and the Holograms was on TV. I can’t believe they have that show on again. It is the old show, with the bad makeup and hair from the ’80s. Her daughter thought it was hilarious and cheesy. Apparently you can reminisce by watching the old episodes on YouTube. […]

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Teddy Ruxpin and 14 More Toys That Shaped Your Childhood

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Strawberry Shortcake | The 10 Absolute Best Girl Toy Lines Of The '80s- I'm willing to bet that I have every piece in this picture stored in my basement! 1980s Childhood, Strawberry Shortcake Doll, Vintage Strawberry Shortcake, 80s Toys, 80s Kids, Christmas Catalogs, Vintage Fisher Price, Vintage Memory, Barbie Dream

Strawberry Shortcake

What made this so great: Originally introduced in the late 1970s by American Greetings, Strawberry Shortcake was an unstoppable marketing machine. She had every area of merchandise covered: cereal, vitamins, clothes, lunch boxes, and, of course, cartoon series. But most kids will remember her dolls and their main appeal: that each doll smelled like her particular name.

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