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SOLE SEARCHING (@jpstarr1313) Instagram Profile Photo jpstarr1313

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6. Hunter green platform day shoe. Loafer style vamp, peep toe and decorative detail along toe, vamp and edges . . . #1970'sshoes.

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 image by xX-Beatles.Fan-Xx (@funnymemez1992) with caption : "I was laughing for a solid five minutes at this😂😂
I found my crush's account yesterday and JAJDJS

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I was laughing for a solid five minutes at this😂😂 I found my crush's account yesterday and JAJDJS Also wtf is this? https://pin.it/yn3w5ut2zag3q2 • • #1970 I.S.A.R.I.P.

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Handmade in NorCal

 image by Handmade in NorCal (@indiana_wild) with caption : "***FLASH SALE***
Indiana is four years old today and you can use code STOPGROWING for 40% off. Limited amount of codes, " - 1915677690552234493
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***FLASH SALE*** Indiana is four years old today and you can use code STOPGROWING for 40% off. Limited amount of codes, expires at midnight. Also does someone have a time machine? Asking for a friend. 😭

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Day 13: "Going To The Country" by Steve Miller Band. . "Number 5", released in November 1970. . "Joining hands. Making plans. Come on down. Look around. . #1970

 image by @polohousestyle with caption : "Do you remember pinecone wreaths? Back in the 1970’s my mother made dozens of these for friends and clients with her tri"- 1915662175219016182
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Do you remember pinecone wreaths? Back in the 1970’s my mother made dozens of these for friends and clients with her trio of small minions (my sisters and me). First we had to pick and gather the cones. Then my dad drilled each with a hole. Then my sisters and I dipped white glue on the end of a pipe cleaner and we inserted them into the drilled holes. A day of two later, we dipped these into coffee cans of clear shellac to give them a shiny clear coat. They drip dried from clotheslines strung over newspaper. The fumes were very strong! I’m dating myself, but this was back in the PGGE (pre-glue gun era). 🌲🌲🌲. Once dry, my mom wired these into green wire wreath forms. It was quite the assembly line in our house! One of dozens of craft “projects” through the years. Don’t get me started on early American corn husk people, or gilded cardboard winged cone angels decked in Baroque lace then heavy starched and sprayed gold or silver! My mom is a gifted artist and I wouldn’t change a single second of my childhood, but my goodness she kept us busy!!! Were you a craft minion growing up too?! 😳 #1970’s 🌲❤️🌲