This is a delightful collection of “psychedelic” bake sale recipes from Kraft Foods! I love the groovy decorations and colors. You could make Guru Goodies, Kookie Pops, Pow Wow Cake and Tiffany Cheese Cake. Far out, man! Marilyn 🙂
Posts Tagged: 1969
Original 1969 Chex Party Mix Recipe – Pronto Spicy Version!.
Mix, Munch and be Merry with Chex Party Mix. It’s the snack you make up fresh! This is a fab recipe from the December 1969 issue of Ingenue magazine for that classic snack, Chex Party Mix. I checked online for “original” Chex Party Mix recipes, but they are different. The new recipes have slightly different… Read more »
Winter-eyes With Maybelline Frosty Whites 1969
This is a great December 1969 ad for Maybelline Frosty Whites eye shadow and eye liner. It has a sparkly, wintry feel to it, with the luminously pale model decked out in Frosty Whites makeup. White eye shadow was popular in the late ’60s. In reality, it made all but a few of us look… Read more »
Olivia Hussey and Next to Nothing Makeup by Yardley, 1969
Olivia Hussey, star of the Franco Zeffirelli production of Romeo and Juliet, was also a Yardley of London model in 1969. Her flawless English Rose beauty was a perfect fit for Yardley to advertise all the fab mod makeup products that they were producing at the time. It was an excellent opportunity to parlay her… Read more »
The Iconic 60s Campbell’s Soup Pop-Art Paper Souper Dress
If you are at all aware of vintage clothing collectibles, you will know that the ‘Souper Dress’ has reached cult status. Auctions on eBay have resulted in sales of this paper dress in the hundreds, even thousands, of dollars. It’s funny that a product that was intended to be disposable is so desired, but that… Read more »
Vogue Magazine 1969 – Mad Men Style!
I happen to have two issues of Vogue magazine from April and May of 1969. This is great because Mad Men. which I am an avid fan of, is currently set in 1969. Since Vogue was a much more ‘adult’ fashion magazine than the Seventeen magazine I usually read, it portrayed women who were actually… Read more »