In today’s post: Play-DOH makes a fun Valentine with free printable tags.
For our third DIY Valentine of the week, we’re heading back to childhood with a little Play-DOH! Frankly, I probably owe what sanity I still have to Play-DOH. Back when I had three toddlers, not much money, and only a couple VHS tapes of Barney to amuse them with, we spent lots of time playing with Play-DOH (pre-Netflix life was rough, lol). I still remember how excited everyone was to crack open a fresh new tub and get playing.
According to my 8-year-old, kids still LOVE Play-DOH. So I thought it would make a fun classroom Valentine gift.
I made tags that say: “DOHn’t go breaking my heart!” Bonus points if you can name the song…
You have two size options on these Play-DOH tags. The smaller size tags fit the Play-DOH party pack, which comes with 15 mini tubs of DOH. I found the party pack at Walmart for about $5, which means you can make enough for a whole classroom for around ten bucks.
The larger size tags fit the .3 oz tubs of Play-DOH, which Walmart carries in a pretty rainbow of colors, and which you can buy individually for 50 cents each. (Seriously, it’s cool that the colors are so pretty now! Back when I was buying Play-DOH for my toddlers you had to buy it in a 4-pack of boring primary colors. Someone in the Play-DOH marketing department finally realized moms like pretty colors in rainbow order!)
Printable Play-DOH Valentines
Print out the tag sheet on plain paper or cardstock at 100% or full size, then cut out the circles and adhere them inside the lids!
If you missed the other Valentines from this week, click on the links below: