National Play-Doh Day
Play-Doh Day offers everyone the chance to honor this iconic modelling clay, no matter their age. Play-Doh was initially developed as a cleaning product and not as a toy in the 1930s. It wasn’t until the 1950s that Play-Doh was made into a toy. The trademark bright colours of yellow, red, and white were used.
The enchanting putty has been sold in two billion containers. It would be as heavy as 2000 Statues of Liberty if all the Play-Doh was rolled into one giant ball. There are now three colours available: Paradise Purple and silver, as well as gold. While some people prefer to keep the colours apart, others may be more creative and end up with Play Doh that is the colour of mud.
Play-Doh Day – Let your inner child out, pick your favorite colours, and let your imagination run wild!