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Wee Can Too Veggie Sculpting Dough
Wee Can Too Veggie Sculpting Dough
Wee Can Too Veggie Sculpting Dough

Wee Can Too Veggie Sculpting Dough

Regular price $16.99 Sale

Our Veggie Sculpting Dough is turning heads, with the new concept of mixing the dough yourself! What a great fun project for little ones even before you start by having them help you add the water.

No need to worry about all the chemicals, artificial dyes and lead, because our products don't have them, so it's safe for their skin and you don't need to worry about kids tasting it, because it's made from edible ingredients and contains herbs and veggies!

Safe enough to eat, our Veggie Dough come in 4 colors! Purple/Blue, Orange, Yellow and Green.  VEGAN, no dairy, no sugar and no preservatives, does contain gluten. Veggie dough powders come in 4 jars, tucked into a grab n' go convenient tote.

DIRECTIONS:

In a separate container mix one sculpting dough color with three teaspoons water (15 ML).  Purple requires three and half teaspoons.  It will at first appear dry, but using your fingers continue to press and move dough until water is absorbed and dough becomes pliable.  You can now roll in the palm of your hand to make a small ball.  

. To be safe, refrigerate up to two months in refrigerator after mixing.

CPSIA Compliant. Made from Organic Herb & Vegetable powders, recommended for ages 2 and up.

Contains Gluten, Does not contain: Soy, Dairy.

Developmental Aspects for your Wee One's:

Veggie Sculpting Dough will have your little one's playing, rolling, shaping, and using their hands to create masterpieces. Our Veggie Dough helps with tactile stimulation, hand strength, dexterity, motor skills, and helps children to develop shapes and hand eye coordination. Veggie Dough can also help little ones with stress relief and be therapeutic in some situations, while allowing children to express emotions. Veggie Dough can have a calm and soothing effect when they roll in their hands. Children get to see and experience the creative process of 'making something' by helping add the water and mixing the dough.