Beauty Poodle Pajama Bag Vintage Treasure

Hi Friends!

For those of you that are new to my site and getting to know a little more about me I will happily tell you that

Im a vintage collectable junkie!

I love all things made in “Japan” from the 1950’s.

I collect various things from Napco figurines, baby planters, vintage prom dresses, jewelry, to salt and pepper shakers.

My current favorite rave is 1950’s/1960’s Pajama bags.

Years ago when little girls use to have sleep overs they would unzip the back of their PJ bags and fill them with PJ’s, hair brushes, curlers, etc.

It was a cute little overnight bag they could carry to their girlfriends house.

My girlfriend Shelley Burgess Rogers surprised me with a gift one day.

This ADORABLE super cute poodle PJ bag!

I could not stop giggling when I took my first look at her.

White wild looking poodle hair with two pink curlers, and one glamour eye with super long lashes.

Such a pity she lost her other eye. hee! hee!

This sweet little jewel is a precious reminder of days gone by.

She fills my heart with warm fuzzy childhood memories.

I hopes she fills your heart too!

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She is so cute with her one long eyelash!! This reminds me of trying to wear those curlers to sleep on Saturday nights when I was a little girl. They are so hard! My grandmother would say “beauty is pain!”… Little doggie’s hair also reminds me my grandmother trying to comb out my long wet hair with a FINE tooth comb!! Owchhhh!!! Precious as always!! xoxo Jennifer

Hi………Just wanted to let you know that I’m having a giveaway hosted by Koralee of “Bluebird Notes” Blog for a gift certificate to my new Etsy Shop named: Daisy Pink Wish …..if you have time please check it out….would love to see you enter :)
Daisy~

Oh my gosh! I remember Pajama bags! My sis had a cat bag. I loved that thing. I think they must have stopped making them by the time it was my turn to have one. Thanks for the memory! ♥

crystal

Very beautiful stuff

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