Clothes of the Eighties, Puff Paint
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Sex: both
Type of clothing: Accessory
When it was popular: late '80's, early '90's
Description: It came in little bottles, and you squeezed it out through a thin opening onto a shirt or whatever. The finished result was your cool, stand out-puffy design, in wild colors, of course!.
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Stacey - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Puff paint was excellent. Wonder if you can still get it?
Heather - December 20, 2007 - Report this comment
I remember all my friends and I puffy painted our Keds & pillowcases at our "end of school" slumber party in 6th grade~in neon colors, of course! I think they do still sell it at craft stores, like Michael's.
NiiNii - February 04, 2010 - Report this comment
omg I loved puffy paint thats what i called it i was still little(born in 82) but my mom would let me sit at the table and decorate my sweatshirts with hearts and sqiggly lines LOVED IT
Judy - February 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember the Puff Paint!! And it's still available in craft stores. Now I'm into scrapbooking and card making and the puff paint works great on paper. Adds dimension to those paper crafts! What fun and what memories!
Jill - March 04, 2010 - Report this comment
I was in 5th grade and my friends and I made BFF puff paint shirts, and tied neon mathcing shoe laces in our sleeves to make them sleeveless. We also donned the clips at the bottom of the t-shirt.You know kind of like a ponytail for your shirt and our hair in sideways ponytails with mini balloon hair clips. LMAO!

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