A rather contemporary and silly collection today. Just what I need after last week's weather. These are Basic Fun keychains. All mini versions of popular games and vintage toys.
Each is really a mini game you can play. I didn't put Don't Break The Ice together because it is a royal pain with those teensy ice cubes, but I have done it a few times.
The original Colorforms were shapes to piece together. I never took mine apart.
A mini Barbie case with, what else, a mini Barbie inside!
The Cootie game does come apart. The tiny die and instructions are housed in the bodies.
The Candyland board flips open, and there is a drawer for the pieces. Pretty clever.
So who knows what these are? Wizzer tops came out in the early 70s. They spin for quite a long time and occasionally make a weird sound when you wind them up, so to speak, by running the pointed end quickly over a hard surface. The two on the left I've had since then. The pink and yellow one was an anniversary reissue a few years back. This is a collection within a collection! The mini keychain version actually spins too. And, incidentally, dogs find these most interesting.
I display these on my back porch on a key rack. There is also a mini harmonic I got from a gumball machine waaaay back in the day.