Toys of the Seventies, Dippity Glass

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You formed the wire into shapes such as flowers, bugs, etc., and dipped it into various colors of liquid plastic film which when dried looked kind of like stained glass.
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cindy - October 12, 2007 - Report this comment
where can I find this - I used this in the 70's and I would like to get more.
sue - July 24, 2008 - Report this comment
does anyone remember playing with a water color set called dipping dots??? i am searching to find a photo or information to prove they did exist and are not ice cream lol
VAL - March 20, 2009 - Report this comment
I have been trying to find a "new" way to make these flowers, since the old products are no longer available in this country due to toxicity. I think I have finally succeeded using materials now available in the USA. I am using wire and Crystal Lacquer. You can email me if interested at FREE general instructions. Hope this helps, Val
Tay - February 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember this! Oh those fumes were strong. I loved playing with that kit. Sue, I remember coloring books that contained tiny dots that when you brushed water over them you were coloring. If that is what you are referring to?
Deb - February 27, 2013 - Report this comment
I rember the water colour books with the dots and dippity glass. I so wanted dippity glass but wasn't allowed it. :(
Angi - September 02, 2013 - Report this comment
Oh! I've tried to figure out what that was for decades! We kids weren't allowed to do it, but I remember my mom going to parties with other housewives where that was what they did. And sold each other Sarah Coventry jewelry. I only remembered the blue, but as a preschooler I thought they were the most beautiful things in the world.

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