Growing up in the ’90 was absolutely amazing. You would write a list of everything you wished for and hoped that Santa would make your dreams come true. The ’90s were the time when Santa’s workshop was overwhelmed with orders for Barbie dream houses and fuzzy marabou pens.
Keep scrolling to see what ’90s girls wanted to find under the Christmas tree on Christmas morning, in this list compiled by Diply.
It’s time for some childhood nostalgia.
1. Barbie dream house
Three floors, seven rooms, and a working elevator is what kid’s dreams are made of. Plus, you can have tea parties and sleepovers with all your Barbies.
Photobucket | CCS_KC
2. Lisa Frank stickers
Children in the ’90’s grew up with Lisa Frank and they used to put these stickers on their planners, diaries or backpacks just to create a little whimsy and joy.
Etsy | CutieMart
3. Caboodle makeup storage
It was the perfect place to store your butterfly clips, lip smackers, and scrunchies!
Etsy | KLendoVintage
4. Stick-on gem earrings
When piercing were not allowed the next best things were fly stick-on earrings. They came in multiple colors and shapes.
Amazon | OTC
5. Skip it
You could see all ’90 kid skipping their days away with this toy that was designed to be affixed to the child’s ankle via a plastic hoop and it would cycle around in a 360-degree rotation.
7. Butterfly clips
Fashion in the ’90s was hardcore. What were you even doing if your hair wasn’t full of colorful butterfly clips?
Etsy | ChromaticWit
8. Inflatable blow-up chair
There was a purple Britney Spears blow up chair that was the number one item on a lot of children’s Christmas wish lists.
Amazon | Cornucopia Brands
9. Lip smacker variety pack
I have to admit I still use this even today. The flavors are irresistible and bring back memories.
Amazon | Rhode Island Novelty
10. Book fair mini erasers
All the shapes and all the colors – perfect for status elevating and swapping!
11. Beanie babies
These toys were stuffed with plastic pellets (“beans”) and had an amazing flexible feel. Beanie Babies were one of the most valuable toys of the 90s.
12. Fuzzy marabou pens
With the invention of these, writing homework became so much more fun.
13. Troll dolls
As a kid growing up in the ’90s you would have probably found a troll doll hanging out of your Christmas stocking on Christmas morning.
Tom Isaksen | Character Ink
14. My little pony
This unicorn with colorful, silky smooth mane is still popular even nowadays.
15. Easy bake oven
This was the perfect toy for kids who loved to bake but, of course, were not allowed in a real kitchen. It’s time to make scrumptious treats for your family and friends.
Hasbro | Complex| The Pizzle
16. What’s her face dolls
This doll was invented for kids who were creative. The results were not always pleasing.