I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Hasbro. I received Play-Doh product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
I loved playing with Play-Doh as a kid, didn’t you? Even though I’m a grown-up, I have found that playing Play-Doh with my kids is still just as fun. Even though it can drive me nuts when they mix Play-Doh colors together! But I try to accept our creative differences.
We love the excitement of opening up fresh cans of Play-Doh and squishing it between our fingers, rolling it out, molding it into shapes, using tools to cut it into pieces…
World Play-Doh Day is a time for everyone around the globe to celebrate creativity and national pride. YOU ARE INVITED to join the fun. Grab your favorite Play-Doh colors and make a sculpt of a favorite landmark, cultural icon, or patriotic symbol for the #WorldPlayDohDay Facebook celebration “parade.”
The rules are simple:
- Sculpts must be shared directly to the official Play-Doh Facebook page wall between August 16th and September 14th.
- Sculpts cannot feature brand names, characters or pop-culture icons.
- Sculpts should be appropriate for a kid-friendly audience.
You can share as many sculpts to the Play-Doh Facebook page wall as you want. You’re encouraged to use your imagination and share your national pride with sculpts of landmarks, cultural icons, food, patriotic symbols, etc. Invited your family and friends to participate, too!
My kids and I have been brainstorming possible sculpt ideas for weeks! There are so many awesome American landmarks, it was hard to pick just one. But when the news recently reported that Alaska’s Mt. McKinley was getting its named changed back to Denali, we KNEW what to do. Yes, making the tallest mountain in North America out of Play-Doh wasn’t easy, but we tried our best.
The 4-year-old’s attempt at making a mountain…hey, at least it is colorful, right?! I’m pretty sure he managed to squish nearly every color from our Super Color Play-Doh Set in there. He is one of those creative color mixers I was talking about earlier.
The group effort…our Play-Doh Denali.
We love Alaska (3 of my 4 kids are Alaskans) and we are so excited that the tallest mountain in North America is officially going to be called by its original Native Alaskan (Athabascan) name, Denali, which means “great one.”
Don’t forget to share your sculpt on the Play-Doh Facebook page wall before September 14th. Then head back to the Play-Doh Facebook Page on September 16th for the World Play-Doh Day Facebook Parade.