Tuesday, November 11, 2008

down on the fisher price farm






I thrifted these last weekend at an estate sale & couldn't wait to get them home so I could photograph them...if that's wrong, I don't want to be right.

18 comments:

erinberry said...

Awesome photos - They would look wonderful in a little kid's room!

g said...

thanks erinberry...I am thinking about offering some of my photos in my etsy shop, thanks for the encouragement!

sally said...

those are great. I love how they are in such good condition.

Lorilee said...

Great photos! I love the OLD Fisher Price stuff. We had quite a collection when we were kids. I think most of it is still at my Dad's.
Blessiings,
Lorilee

Anonymous said...

baaa! the sheep pic is my favorite but I love them all Fisher Price people were my favorite toy ;)- rectangel

Alli said...

Oh my gosh - these pictures bring back so many memories! You should definitely list them in the shop; I agree that they would be perfect for a nursery or young child's bedroom.

Swell Stitches said...

hehe.. such a cute post. The photos look amazing!

bettyninja said...

love these happy photos!

La MaƱosa said...

So cute! I used to have these toys. I also had a barn for them (Fisher Price) and when you opened the door, it made a moo sound. I see it sometimes at antique shops and it makes me wonder where mine went.

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

I *LOVE* these! I had them all! The sheep was my fav!

ZenCrafter said...

You are so right!!

SKA said...

Nice photos!!! Saludos desde Argentina...

http://elnegroentanga.blogspot.com/

Brook said...

oh my gosh I had these!!! Their legs were so weird!

elizabeth said...

I remember all those little guys! adorable!!!

Trina said...

I love the pics!
I just got the barn that goes with it at a yard sale a few weeks ago.
They were my favorite toy as a kid.

sara said...

Oh what a treat! Those bring back so many memories. Do you remember the barn door that makes a slightly strained "moo" sound when opened? I haven't thought about that in decades. Thanks for the photos!

Martha said...

Gina -- these are so great. Any chance they might be added to the shop? I would love to purchase prints.

Collene said...

I still have the farm that my kids played with but the cow disappeared years ago. Would you be interested in selling the cow?
collenemiller@earthlink.net