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  • Natasha Young

    Balloon Stress Ball/Toy For Kids (or adults)

  • Brooke mayne

    An easy stress reducing idea- fill balloons with play doh, then squeeze away to release tension. Great for kids and adults! Omg they still make play dough I'm so old

  • Marika Stewart

    Stress Management Balls - An easy stress reducing idea- fill balloons with play doh, then squeeze away to release tension.

  • Christy Lauren Coulson

    Balloon Stress Ball/Toy For Kids ....I NEVER THOUGHT TO USE PLAYDOH IN IT!!!

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