Our children’s craft supplies remain on clearance sale as we make room for more playdough accessories instead. Newly listed items include A5 black paper pads, A6 white paper pads, A2 craft paper rolls, ribbon faces, felt squares, felt gingerbread men, paper cups and Elmers School Glue.
New this week! When searching for wooden playdough tools, we found these lovely smooth geometric solids. They have all sorts of uses and are a popular Montessori tool. Why not try copying these shapes and making them out of playdough? 12 different shapes available.
Some new little wooden rolling pins have arrived. They look like they’ll make great patterns in playdough very easily. Introductory offer: get a set of 6 of these new rollers for half price. The popular mini rolling pins without patterns are also back in stock today.
New in stock today are sets of clay tools handmade from fine-quality boxwood with a beautiful polished finish. Suitable for children or for professional use!
These new dinosaur cutters have a big rectangular edge making them really easy for small hands to pick up and press into playdough.
Do your kids love veggies? I wish my daughter would eat them! Maybe playing with these 6 bright vegetable-shaped playdough cutters will help. New in stock today.
Two new products arrived this week and some old favourites are back in stock.
These Playdough Mallets will sell out fast, so get a set of them today. Available individually or as a set of 4. The heads are weighted for easy impressions.
We have more of your favourite cutters available again including animal cookie cutters and an alphabet pack with letters and numbers. In our craft section we have more googly eyes and some new pipe cleaners which are half the length of normal ones, making them ideal for supporting structures built with dough and clay.
Watch this blog for updates as we have more new stock arriving on Monday!
We have three specials this month!
If your kids love playing with dough, try Aromatherapy FunDough. It smells amazing as it is infused with organic essential oils. Different varieties invoke different emotions so try the Happy Red with lime and mandarin after nap time or Calm Blue with lavender before bed.
In April, Aromatherapy FunDough is half price! Try one out for just $1.95 or buy a beautiful set of five tubs for $9.75.
Our second April Special is $5 off the all-natural Eco-Dough, a long-lasting environmentally-friendly dough.
Buy ten bars of Ivory Soap and you not only save 20% but you also get free shipping. That’s less than $4 a bar with nothing more to pay!
There are now even more ways to have fun with your playdough. Check out our new playdough accessories that arrived in store today.
We also have four new wooden rolling pins which roll out smooth, stripy, bumpy or gridded patterns in the dough.
This new 20-piece accessory kit will keep children entertained for a long time with 16 different cutters and four rolling pins.
Something new to try are these playdough waffle makers. Great for pretend cooking play and easy to use.
This new collection of 12 cookie cutters includes a car, butterfly, Christmas tree, star, train, heart, fish, pig, teddy bear, girl, boy and boat.
Finally, an alternative to playdough is EE-zy Mayze which sticks together with water for easy crafting fun. We have a bulk pack of 1500 corn noodles suitable for group or class use.
Another new product announced at this week’s American International Toy Fair is Crayola’s Create 2 Destroy series which includes a new dough called Morphix. Crayola say it’s easy to shape and handle and not messy or crumbly. Fortress Invasion and Dino Destruction include play surfaces that encourage kids to build, launch, and then smash! Use the moulds to create bricks and build elaborate fortresses. Catapults are included to smash the creations with dough boulders.
With the Dino Destruction kits, the dinosaur’s tail is the catapult. Choose from Wreckzilla, Destructodon, and Crushosaurus!
Play-Doh books are launching in March!
There will be books illustrated with handmade Play-Doh creations as well as novelty books that include the Play-Doh modelling compound.
One of the first to be released is Counting Bunnies by Michele Boyd and Kara Kenna. From one bunny sitting all alone to ten tired bunnies being tucked into bed, this will be a creative way to learn numbers.
Available in Australia from March 12th, 2013.
Available from August will be a new series called Play-Doh “Let’s Create”. The example above shows Let’s Create: Shapes by Susan Amerikaner and Kara Kenna. This set includes an 11-page book, six cans of Play-Doh, six plastic shapes, a two-sided play mat, a plastic knife, and a roller.