It became quite a combined effort....a disco ball from our neighbour, a lava lamp from DD1, Peace Medallion from another neighbour and Ken and Barbie dolls from a workmate of DD1.
Then we had a newspaper cutting from the 1960s. This one was about DH's big brother Keith and his then fiancée buying her wedding shoes. She paid with a champagne bottle full of silver coins...a Danish tradition apparently. ( don't think it would work paying for shoes with 5 cent coins these days! Lol) this article was in an old scrapbook of cuttings that I had made in my teens.
The James Bond book was borrowed from the Library and the Phantom comic was borrowed from my brother.
On the list were various records and we had them because DH kept a lot of his old vinyls! The cassette tape was accepted by the judge even though I know it was later than the 1960s.
Something we didn't have in the 1960s turned out to be so helpful in finding items...yep, the computer.
Because I'd just printed on paper, not card, Jay devised some structures to help the model stand up...
And we gave Jay the prize, so the family can enjoy a chocolate fondue dessert!
You will have to wait for a post about what we wore...it's coming soon!!!