Scooby Doo Lite-Brite

Scooby Doo Lite-Brite Share your own memories of this toy



This memory was added on: June 5, 2007

Never had Scooby Doo, did not know that had character themed ones. I remember a contruction paper like background with little marks that cooresponded with peg colors. Always had pleant of pegs so much that hey would get lost and still have enough. Haha to the person that dropped.


Nicolas
1975


This memory was added on: October 21, 2006

Well we had the regular lite-brite, scooby wasn't a part of it. It was kinda fun, but yeah--there never WERE enough pegs, were there??? This was a neat toy.


Grulg
1966


This memory was added on: February 3, 2006

I can even remember lite brite and I'm 15! The peg thing is true. There was never enough! It was my older sister who had it in our family, and she only let me and my other sister make clown faces because thats what was on the box. I couldn't make clown faces though cause I was only about 3 or 4 or something. I've never seen the scooby-doo version. Bet I couldn't make that one either!


Tammy
1990


This memory was added on: September 22, 2005

OMG... I remember Lite-Brite like yesterday... but I was never aware of a Scooby-Doo version... I do remember having certain backgrounds that made certain pictures... I am guessing the Scooby-Doo tie-in was just because Scooby-Doo was so popular at the time...


Ducky
1964


This memory was added on: July 22, 2005

Lori Kanary is an artist who built the world's biggest Lite-Brite picture, It's totally cool, I found it on her website, www.kanaryart.com. It is in the Guinness Book of World Records!


nikki
1971


This memory was added on: March 9, 2005

remember the song? "Lite Brite, makin' things with light. Outtasite, makin' things with Lite Brite" Catchy jingle, but suprisingly uninformative in retrospect...


David
1966


This memory was added on: January 28, 2005

My mom even bought us replacement packs. It was tedious sticking the pegs in but when you turned it on when you were done it was really rewarding. I loved the way the light bulb made the pegs warm.


Andrea
1971


This memory was added on: January 28, 2005

Never had my own but loved playing with the neighbors'...hundreds of tiny Lite Brite pegs + seventies mega-shag carpet = bad craziness.


Michelle
1968


This memory was added on: October 4, 2004

I never had enough pegs for anything... once I actually made a picture of a boat and when I went to show mother, I fell and it ruined. I was not happy.

Although those years are way behind me, I feel like I've lived through them. I know everything about them anyway... Child of the Sixties... that's what mother calls me!


Mary
1990


This memory was added on: August 2, 2004



Must be something wrong with me. I never understood the great fascination of sticking those little pegs in.


Kate
1965


This memory was added on: April 15, 2004

I loved this thing! I played for hours in the dark. Never enough of one color to make a decent picture, though. They used to sell replacement packages of the colors, but my parents wouldn't buy them for me. One of my favorites of all time!


Thomas T.


This memory was added on: March 30, 2004

..that is, play with my Lite Brite . . with myself . . in my teepee.


Jim


This memory was added on: March 28, 2004

I had a lite brite as a kid. In our house we had a downstairs bedroom devoted to my toys (i guess i was sort of spoiled), and i had an "indian teepee" set up. I would turn out the lights and play with myself in my teepee. It made me the man I am today.


joe
1967


This memory was added on: June 6, 2003

lite-brite is fun but you never have the right amount of pegs to do the REALLY GOOD pictures!


milner
1937