Let’s Have Fun With Play Doh

One thing we all remember when growing up is PlayDoh, although when I was growing up it was plasticine.  Yes I am showing my age now, although my Mum used to make homemade Play Doh,

Times have moved on, my kids used to love Play Doh when they were younger as do my grandchildren.  You can have so much fun with it.  Which is why today I am talking about two great PlayDoh kits and hosting two giveaways.

Buzz ‘n Cut Set

Quite topical for now, as everyone I know is desperate for the hairdressers and barbers to re-open. The Buzz n’ Cut Play Doh set is great fun for the budding hairdresser or barber.  Just sit your customer in the chair and turn the crank to grow their hair, which creates lots of fun and laughter.  You then use the electric buzzer (that makes a real buzz sound whenever it touches the Play Doh) and shave off the hair and beard.

Hours of great fun for pretend play.  The kit also comes with 5 different play doh colours so let their imaginations run wild with crazy hair colours, plastic scissors and a brush.  You will need 2 AAA batteries which are not included.

The Giveaway

One winner will win a Buzz ‘n Cut set to have hours of fun at home, see below on how to enter

Play Doh Buzz ‘n Cut

Tootie Ice Cream Set

Another great set for all the hot summer weather we are having right now, Tootie the Magical Ice Cream Maker. Put their imagination to the test as they make the wackiest ice cream combination.  When you lift and lower Tootie’s mane to make play ice cream, she also makes silly sounds and facial expressions.  She has nine so you never know what she is going to say or do.

With two Play Doh colours swirled together, you can make amazing rainbow creations.  You get 2 4oz cans of two colours swirled together and 2 standard 2oz cans. With so many possibilities to make, Tootie’s rail also has moulds to make toppings.  This will give hours of creative fun.

The Giveaway

If you would like to win Tootie and get creative with making fun ice cream, see below on how to enter

Play Doh Tootie Ice Cream Set

Good luck and why not check out my other great giveaways currently running

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222 comments

    1. My little boy loves play doh. He also HATES getting his hair cut so maybe the buzz n cut set would convince him it isn’t so bad after all!

  1. My twin grandsons are nearly 3 one likes construction and the other destruction! Play doh is ideal for both, they like cars and boats and planes to make.

  2. My twin grandsons are nearly 3 one likes construction and the other destruction! Play doh is ideal for both, they like cars and boats and planes to make. I confess never had playdoh as a child.

  3. We used to have the original barber shop PLayDoh – it came with a hat you clamped and made a perm….. used to keep us occupied for hours.

  4. I remember getting a barbers shop set for Christmas when I was little- I loved it! I didn’t realise you could still get them – would love to win this fir my little girl. Would definitely bring back some happy memories!

  5. I don’t think Playdoh was around when I was a child, we just had plasticine which was really hard to model with until it warmed up. I tend to make animals and food.

  6. When I was younger my mum used to enter myself & 4 brothers in all the galas in our area, she decorated my dolls pram& the boys bikes & scooters with crepe paper & I used to help her, I loved making the flowers

  7. Loved playdoh when I was younger….still secretly love it when I buy my little girl some….I used to also eat it secretly hahaha! I remember rolling playdoh up and making snakes

  8. I don’t think I used to make anything specific as a child but just enjoyed roling and cutting it as well as mixing up all the colours. Always liked the kits like this where the hair grows out and you do interesting things. Great to see it is still going strong.

  9. My daughter used to make lots of different animals and we had great fun doing it together, but it was modelling clay in my young days lol

  10. Unused to love playing with the hairdresser Play Doh set myself as a kid. When I wasn’t cutting Play Doh hair, I used to make Play Doh snails.

  11. My kids had some play doh hairstyling figures where the play doh hair pushed through small holes in the heads. They were good. I think my granddaughter would like them now.

  12. I used to make my family out of playdoh. They were never very complimentary about my efforts for some reason!

  13. I loved play doh, but I hated getting all the colours mixed up. I’d make things that were either all the same colour, or else the colours could be separated easily!

  14. I used to make all sorts of food and then because I loved the smell of Play Doh, I used to taste them and was always disappointed that they didn’t taste different

  15. I used to make animals and people. My daughter loves play dough now, it’s nice to have something that she can play with that brings back memories of when I was younger.

  16. I used to love the playdoh hairdresser set. My favourite creative thing to do was use my Fashion Wheel. Im showing my age now!

  17. I seem to remember having a plastic horse that came with shape cutters to put a play dog saddle and decorations onto – I loved it 🙂

  18. I had playdoh as a child and loved it! Such great imaginative play and such fun. Hair set looks amazing.

  19. I use to love making little animal with mine, I remember my mum kept this little tiny mouse I made in a pot for years and years!!

  20. Didn’t have any when I was little it was plasticine that stuff that sticks to everything I did have some I made little pots and dolls house things

  21. I used to love playing with my PlayDoh and would make the typical house with 4 windows, door, tree, flowers, white picket fence, sun, and my favourite, a couple of snails!

  22. I’m too old to have had play doh as a child, wasn’t around back then, but I do enjoy making play doh animals and biscuits with the children now

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