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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Doodling - Our Childhood Companions (SG50)

How would you describe your childhood? What are the toys or games that kept you company through your growing years? In celebration of SG50, I decided to doodle down my memories of our childhood toys and share it with our children.


There are definitely more to the list.. but for now, this is what I can pin down on paper. :) Before Iphones, handhelds, computer games, Xbox, Playstation started to influx into our lives, these were our companions. Back then, there were more outdoor activities and interaction with other children than hogging onto the screen. Creative games were created out of bottle caps, erasers, strings, rubber bands and more!


Which one is your favourite?

Let us not forget and treasure what has accompany us through our childhood years.

"The most simple things can bring the most happiness"
~ Izabella Scorupco

~ SG50 - Celebrating Singapore's 50th Birthday ~

12 comments:

  1. Many thanks for the compliment Ai :)

    Cheers,
    BPDGTravels

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  2. You doodle really well! Also, life was simpler yet no less creative, right? It's funny to think that all our make-shift play materials are now being advocated as "learning manipulatives"

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  3. Hi finallymama,

    How true.. old time games are so creative yet fun. We created our own games and rules and it is a shame that such initiatives are lost.

    BPDGtravels

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  4. Hi finallymama,

    How true.. old time games are so creative yet fun. We created our own games and rules and it is a shame that such initiatives are lost.

    BPDGtravels

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  5. very nice doodling! you should print it out or make it as a tote etc.

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  6. So cute! Your doodles are very nice. I could remember most of these childhood activities. Those days we were really creative.

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  7. Your doodles are so cute! I think I know how to play most of the games that you have drawn hehe!

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  8. I've mentioned to you before and I will say it again, I love your doodles! :D You should print them into postcards or into those fun pack designs.

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  9. Love your idea and your doodles! So cute and yes, I was reminded a lot about my own childhood with your cool doodles! Thanks for the visual walk down memory lane indeed! haha.. a picture does paint a thousand words and way more too!

    Cheers!

    ~ Audrey @ SAys! Happy Mums

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  10. I love your doodles. I've played with almost everything you have drawn there.

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