Make Play-Doh dresses fit for a princess with this Design-a-Dress Boutique set. You get the tools you need to make Play-Doh dresses and then add beautiful ribbons and ruffles for them. Use the dress cutters and 3 beautiful colors of Play-Doh modeling compound to make dress after dress, then decorate them with ribbons and ruffles made out of softer, smoother Play-Doh Plus compound. Once they're ready, you've got 2 princess dolls to model your gorgeous gowns. Your every creation will feel like it's right out of a fairy tale.
- Design-a-Dress Boutique set lets you create dresses and decorations for your 2 princess figures
- Make beautiful ribbons and ruffles
- 1 can of Play-Doh Plus compound
- Includes 3 cans of Play-Doh modeling compound
- Comes with 2 figures, 2 bases, 2-piece extruder, 2 extruder tips, 2-piece gown attachment, 2 dress cutters, instructions
Rose really had fun with this Play-Doh set. She let the creative juices flow when creating the gowns for these two princesses. Her only complaint was that the tip that was supposed to create ruffles didn't really create ruffles as shown in the pictures. Other than that - she loved it and has pulled it out multiple times to play and create some more outfits!
The Play-Doh Design-a-Dress Boutique set is available from most major retailers such as Walmart, Toys 'R Us and even online at Amazon.com.
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