Sunday, July 22, 2012

what are they called?

#2 spent ages making this house as a gift for me.  It sat in the hall on display for a while (which created the "window") and then I photographed it so that he could push out all of the pegs. As a girl I loved playing with my Nana and Grandpa's set of these when we visited for Sunday tea.  Maybe I should hold onto them for our grand kids to play with one day.  Do you know what they're called?

  


8 comments:

  1. They are so cool! I know them as peg boards. I have an old playschool one that I got at the Salvation Army :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I have a vintage one at home (it used to be my husbands when he was a kiddo) and I have a new set at work (kinder) I can have a look at the brand etc for you?

    They ARE great fun.

    maybe a mosaic peg board...?

    ReplyDelete
  3. Anonymous6:28 AM

    In Germany we call it Ministeck. It is a Registered Trademark. Greetings from Germany Dani

    ReplyDelete
  4. I have no idea what they are called - but they sure look cool :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. Anonymous10:17 AM

    Craig & Amelia loved it also, I'll see what I can find out. Love to you all Dianne

    ReplyDelete
  6. No idea what they are called but I remember loving them too. Where did you find it? xxxx

    ReplyDelete
  7. Anonymous3:03 PM

    I have got it at home and the girls like it too. The name Colorado comes to mind, but not sure. Will try and find out and let you know.
    Amelia

    ReplyDelete
  8. Anonymous6:31 PM

    With that experience, you have a better chance in landing a permanent job in a bigger hospital.
    ll understand what you have to do in order to solve your basic problems.
    Physical therapist or physiotherapist is a really captivating career
    in the field of medicine.
    Feel free to visit my web blog - depression fact sheet australia

    ReplyDelete

so lovely to hear from you xx