Thursday, July 19, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 200 - Scooby-Doo Snakes & Ladders Game

Day 200 - Scooby-Doo Snakes & Ladders Game


Do you remember the Scooby-Doo Snakes & Ladders game? It's a fun game! It's Chutes & Ladders, but with Scooby-Doo and the gang. You climb ladders and slide down snakes on the game board. The first one to the 100 square wins. 


The back of the box has a summary of the game play, a picture of the game board, the copyright info and a picture of Scooby with some food. The game is for ages 4 and up. 


The game board is purple and green and has snakes and ladders on it. The squares also contain villains, food, Scooby Snacks and the gang members. The only thing missing is the Mystery Machine! The game board is 14 3/4" x 14 3/4".


Here are the game pieces and the dice. I wish the game pieces were Scooby related. They could have made them look like Scooby in different poses or things related to Scooby-Doo like a box of Scooby Snacks, a magnifying glass, the Mystery machine, etc. 

The instructions for the game are pretty simple. Here are the instructions that came with the game.



The game is copyright 2010 by Pressman Toy Corporation and made in China. 

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 199 - Scuba Scooby Washcloth

Day 199 - Scuba Scooby Washcloth


This Scuba Scooby washcloth is part of a set. It came with a towel that has more detail on it than the washcloth does. The towel was posted on day 44. The washcloth has been used quite a few times! It is a bit worn and has a couple stains on it. The edges are no longer flat.


The washcloth is copyright 2001 by Cartoon Network & Hanna-Barbera.


It was made in China and is made of 100% cotton. This side of the tag also includes the care instructions.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 198 - Daphne Bass Magnet

Day 198 - Daphne Bass Magnet


This Daphne bass magnet is part of a set that I have. Daphne is playing a bass that is similar in color to the Mystery Machine. She is not wearing her iconic purple outfit, but her hair is the same.

The magnet is copyright 2005 and made in China. I tried to get a picture of that info on Daphne, but it's on the back of her legs and the picture didn't come out.

Check out the other magnets in this set:
Day 111 - Shaggy Bass Magnet
Day 42 - Scooby Guitar Magnet

Monday, July 16, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 197 - Scooby Postage Stamps

Day 197 - Scooby Postage Stamps


These Scooby-Doo stamps were released 2 days ago, on July 14th, by the United States Post Office. Each sheet contains 12 stamps and they are $6.00 per sheet. I bought 2 sheets, though when she brought out the stack and asked me how many I wanted, I told her I wanted them all! She laughed and said she wouldn't be able to sell me all of them anyway.


The stamps feature Scooby-Doo holding a watering can in his mouth and watering a flower. They are part of the Scooby-Doo Doo Good project, which helps fight hunger. They have a whole website devoted to this project and ways you can help the gang fight hunger. Check out DooGood.ScoobyDoo.com for more info.


Here is a close-up of the stamps. They are too cute! They are forever stamps, so no matter if the price of stamps rises above the $.50 they are today, you can still use just 1 Scooby stamp.


This is the Scooby they chose for the edge of the paper that holds the stamps. He's really cute! He looks like he is ready to help out any way he can. They should have made him a sticker.


The stamps are copyright 2018. Surprisingly, they did not mention Warner Brothers on the back of the stamp sheet.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 196 - Scooby & Shaggy Lollipop Holder

Day 196 - Scooby & Shaggy Lollipop Holder


When I first found this, I wasn't sure what it was. In doing some research online, I found that it is a party favor. This is a lollpop holder, which comes in both purple and orange. It features Scooby and Shaggy holding onto a log and measures just under 3" tall.

I don't have a box or any other info. I'm not even sure where I got this. The lollipop holder is copyright 2001 by Tapper and made in China. It goes with the Scooby Coffin Whistle I posted on day 191.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 195 - Scooby Hacky Sack

Day 195 - Scooby Hacky Sack


I have no idea where I got this Scooby-Doo hacky sack. Do you remember these? I remember years ago kids would stand in a circle and kick around the hacky sack. It's been a long time since I've seen that happen.


This side of the hacky sack says "OHHH Scooby!" I like the yellow and orange background behind the purple words.


There are 2 pictures of Scooby on the hacky sack. One of him being silly and this one where he is really happy.


This side says "Scooby-Doo!" You can see there is some wear and tear on the hacky sack.


The hacky sack is copyright 2002 and made in China. From what I found online, there is a set of 4 Scooby-Doo hacky sacks. As far as I know, I only have this one.

Friday, July 13, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 194 - Mystery Mansion Playset

Day 194 - Mystery Mansion Playset


The Character Options Ltd. Scooby-Doo Mystery Mansion playset works well with the Scooby Mystery Mate figures. They are the perfect size for the playset. Assembled, it measures 15.75" H x 13" L x 5.51" W. The playset opens up to make play easier. There are several traps set up in the mansion too.


You can see the crack on the side, which is where it opens and the other side has hinges. The side views aren't very exciting.


The back of the mansion is pretty plain too.


This is what the playset looks like while it's open. The inside of the mansion is very well decorated and has a bunch of traps.


Here is a closer look at the left side of the playset.


And a closer look at the right side of the playset.


The bookcase rotates so you see 2 different pictures. It's so very Scooby!


The stairs are a trap! If you step on the switch, the door under the stairs opens to show the Ghost Clown from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Bedlam in the Bigtop.


The chandelier is a trap too! It falls from the ceiling beam.


There is a trap door in the floor. Watch out for the creepy hands that are trying to grab you!


The couch is a trap too! Sit on it, and you're going to go flying!


Watch out for spiders! They fall from the ceiling on the front porch!


The Mystery Mansion is copyright 2007 and made in China.