Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Sweets 'n Treats

AUD $49.99

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Item: E2412

Ages: 3 YEARS+

It's time for some silly sweets and Play-Doh treats! Kids love making Play-Doh versions of their favorite desserts, and now they can make pretty much any pretend frozen treat they can imagine. With over 40 pieces, this set lets kids create crazy ice cream cones, silly sundaes, imaginary ice pops, and of course all the toppings! It's also a great set for kids to share during a party or play date, and they're sure to love rolling their own wacky waffle cones with the waffle maker. The 10 large 3-ounce cans of Play-Doh compound help make sure there's enough colorful creativity to go around for everyone. Check out the creation cards for step-by-steps on how to make even more Play-Doh treats!

• Includes waffle cone maker, ice pop mold with stick, 1 parfait glass, 1 sundae glass, 2 sundae bowls, stand, 5 stampers, serving tool, 11 cutters, 2-sided spoon, decorating tool with 3 rails, 2 pop sticks, 2 cones, scoop, 2 plates, cone tool, roller, 2 spoons, 2 forks, 1 knife, 2 creation cards, and 10 cans of Play-Doh Brand Modeling Compound (net weight 30 ounces/840 grams).

• Make Play-Doh versions of kids' favorite frozen treats with this 40-piece set
• Waffle maker is a fun way to make wacky waffle cones
• Multiple ways to make silly sundaes and imaginary ice pops with all the toppings
• 10 large 3-ounce cans of Play-Doh compound for lots of hands-on play
• Great set for parties, play dates, or playing with siblings and friends

• Ages 3 years and up
• Product and colors will vary.
• Compound not intended to be eaten.
• Notice to Parents: Contains Wheat.
• Non-Toxic. Conforms to: ASTM D-4236.
• To clean, allow to dry, then scrape or vacuum.
• Molded results vary depending on child’s age and level of skill.

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