But here’s the thing about 30+ year plastic toys, they get dry and break.
And that’s what happened with a “vintage” Fisher Price stacking ring toy.
So once I started having children, all sorts of stuff has made its way from her garage to my home, including old toys.
I mean, we are going back 30-something years for some of these classics!
The rings were splitting and the cone got a chunk broken off during a wild boy play date! But I just couldn’t toss it out, given its history. This is a very quick project and could easily be created with any old, broken or outgrown toys that you don’t want to part with for whatever the sentimental reason.
What’s the proper term for that — retro, vintage, antique?!Regardless, some oldie but goodies have been played with by my kiddos.