Amazon: 30% Off Crayola Dough Containers & Kits

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Move over Play-Doh! 👋🏻

Today only, October 25th, head over to and score 30% off select Crayola Dough products with prices starting as low as $6.99. Crayola Dough is a soft and non-toxic modeling compound designed to be easy for kiddos to mold into any shape they can imagine. Plus, it washes easily from most surfaces.

Grab These Deals While You Can:

Crayola Dough 12 pack of 2 oz Containers
ONLY $6.99 (regularly $9.99)

Crayola Dough 12 pack of 5 oz Containers
ONLY $12.49 (regularly $16.99)

Crayola Modeling Dough Ice Cream Parlor Kit
ONLY $8.89 (regularly $13.82)

Crayola Hair Stylist Playset Modeling Dough Kit
ONLY $12.49 (regularly $19.99)

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Comments 10

  1. Becca

    How is this compared to Play-Doh?

    • Robyn

      We just purchased some on clearance at Target a couple weeks ago, and the red and blue stained our hands! The side of the container has a staining warning on it. Unfortunately I do not recommend – but I do suggest making homemade dough, my mother in law did for our daughter and it is still keeping well in little glad containers. No staining also 🙂

    • Amanda

      Wondering the same thing! I’m going to give it a try…..donating to my daughter’s classroom and will put it to the true test….the kids!

    • Jen

      Wondering the same thing!

  2. Julia

    States that it washes off of “most” surfaces. Umm…No Thanks

  3. Nina

    I guess this is a nice attempt on Crayolas part, being that Play Doh has no real competition out there, which is strange considering ‘colored dough’ is so non propitiatory n anyone can basically make it.. but that it stains? How could they put that out to market? Don’t they do test to market. I for one would love a Play Doh alternative with natural coloring etc. that I don’t need to make.

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