Tuesday, November 12, 2013

tea party and magic dough.

I got the opportunity last week to review rose art magic dough, and throw a tea party while doing it.

We are all about the tea parties at our house. We had dress up costumes, star shaped sandwiches, chocolate covered pretzels, yarn flowers, pink feather boas,  and of course rose art magic dough // fairy tea party.  No tea party in our house would be complete with "Bun-Bun", Emily, and friends.

My favorite part, and Elisabeth's too, is the transfer press. They are similar to stick on tattoos.  Elisabeth was thrilled about this, because she has super sensitive skin and can't use temporary tattoos. She was soooooooooo excited to be able to use the whole water, press, and stick process for the dough.
Magic fun dough is available at Target, Walmart, and Amazon. Note: make sure you look in the craft isle for these goodies. Ideal for ages 3-7. 

Magic Dough is  NON-TOXIC ... you know in case your youngest child likes to try and taste magic dough. Rose Art Magic dough is corn-based, wheat-free, and gluten-free. Oh and it is battery free!

p.s. You can enter to win a $1,000 visa card HERE ///

Thanks to rose art for sponsoring this post!


Leah said...

so fun! my kids would looooove this. and i love it doesn't require batteries. seems like every toy out there needs them! lol

17 Perth said...

Now this looks like a fun party!

Bekah @Lemons & Snickers said...

Who's a rad mom? YOUR a rad mom!

Erica said...

Looks like such a fun and colourful party!! :D

Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon Designs said...

What a beautiful tea party! ;)

Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon Designs said...

What a beautiful tea party! ;)