Toys of the Seventies, Shaker Makers

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You poured this pink stuff into a mold and shook it for a few minutes and it made hippie guy or hippie girl. once it hardened you painted it.
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Greg - October 31, 2009 - Report this comment
I had these as a kid. You poured in the stuff and when it set, it came out all wobbly. You then let it harden and as it did it shrunk. You then painted it and put signs in there hands with silly hippie sayings. It smelt bad from memory. I belive someone makes it again.
Lisa - March 09, 2011 - Report this comment
I had this back in the early 70's. I never got to paint them though. My little brother discovered that once they were dry they worked like chalk. And used them to draw on our cement basement floor. Gotta love little brothers.
Rob Lambert - May 07, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: TV commercial for Ideal Toys' Shaker Maker, with molds for generic Hairy Ones monster-hippies. This aired on the "Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Hour" over CBS (9/19/70). The product expanded to include many licensed TV and movie characters, and was also marketed in Europe.

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