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Saving the Bank with Homemade Playdoh

Like most three year olds, Jack is crazy about Play-Doh. He absolutely loves it and since he’s so engaged, Play-Doh gives me at least 30 minutes to either pick up the house a bit or mindlessly browse Pinterest (take a wild guess at which one of those I usually choose!) Lately, Jack’s big thing is......
  • Colleen Campbell

    Homemade Playdoh - in Gerber baby food containers.

  • Kendra Childress

    homemadeplaydoh @ tried & true... I like the storage idea of the plastic baby food containters.

  • Emily Ann Lalka

    Saving the bank with homemade playdoh (recipe included) triedandtrueblog.com -- Great repurpose of the baby food containers!

  • emily u

    home made play doh

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