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Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
Sensory Dough Eggs
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Sensory Dough Eggs

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The PERFECT addition to your Easter baskets! These multi-colored sensory dough eggs provide hours of entertainment (and help withs with your child's development!) Each colored carton of half a dozen sensory dough eggs comes with a bunny shaped cookie cutter and is tied with a cute Easter ribbon. Choose from the following colors of egg cartons: Pink, Blue, Green, Purple, Yellow or Orange. All eggs will be wrapped in plastic to keep them fresh.

All colors of sensory dough are the same among the different colors of cartons. Colors of dough may vary slightly from picture. 

PLEASE NOTE: To preserve your sensory dough as long as possible, all Easter orders will ship out AFTER March 15th. If you need your order sooner, please let us know.

Our sensory dough is non-toxic and made with lots of love. We make it in small batches using natural, edible (though we don't recommend it!) ingredients. We use salt to help keep your dough fresh. After sitting for a while you may notice salt crystals on top of your dough. This is completely normal and natural, just knead the dough and they'll disappear.

How to keep your dough fresh:

  • Store it in an air tight, sealed container (we like to use ziploc bags)
  • If dough is left out and gets a little dry, add a touch of water and knead it
  • If you add too much water and dough gets too sticky, add a touch of flour