SPACEY Play Dough Colour Range by Dough Queen
Spacey are proud to stock the NZ made Dough Queen range of play dough, and have a gorgeous range of unique SPACEY colours for you. We love the SPACEY Nature Triple Pack: SPACEY Boulder Grey, SPACEY Kea Green and SPACEY Autumn Mustard. Another favourite is pairing up SPACEY Dusky Pink with SPACEY Boulder Grey.
SPACEY creative play tip: Send your kids out on a little nature walk around the garden to collect leaves, pebbles, flowers etc, and have them incorporate them into a play dough nature-scape! Use the leaves to press shapes into the dough, create a playdough flower then add some real leaves, or make your own play dough rock garden and add some pebbles to mix it up a bit!
Single Pack: $9.90 ea
Twin Pack: Pick any two colours for $18.00
Triple Pack: Select your own trio of colours, and receive a FREE sachet of bio glitter for $26.70
Made right here in NZ with food-grade ingredients just like you would at home, their dough is non-toxic and free of nasties, making it super safe for your little ones. These are made fresh, so we only stock limited quantities but if you need some in a hurry flick us an email at email@example.com and we'll do our best for you! Dough Queen play dough makes an amazing gift for any creative little person and let's face it who doesn't love a bit of play dough fun?
- Made in NZ
✓Gluten Free options
✓No irritating scents
✓Safe for all ages
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What do you mean your play dough is non-toxic?
That term is used a lot, so I’m going to outline what I mean. We use food grade ingredients, nothing that you wouldn’t find in most people’s kitchens. I’ve said our dough is non-toxic because if you (or our little customers) eat it you don’t need to call the Poisons Line or go to the Doctor. The only bad thing that might happen is that it will taste terrible – it’s not made to taste good!
Do you do gluten-free or other allergen free doughs?
The short answer is Yes. Gluten Free is available now. If you have requests about other allergy free play doughs please email firstname.lastname@example.org
My children have allergies – what doesn’t DQ’s original Play Dough contain?
It is dairy free, egg free and nut free.
Why 500g packs? Will you do smaller or larger packs?
When I first had my daughter I realised more was definitely better when it came to my toddler’s creativity. I know I like to get good handfuls when I am working on being creative. If you’d like custom size packs please email us and we’ll see what we can do.
I want a particular colour that you don’t have – will you do more colours on request?
Yes – we will. We have our stock standard colours, but we’ll also have special one-off colours that turn up from time to time. If you have a request just drop us a line and we will see what we can do!
Why does my dough have a Best Before date?
Our play dough is a fresh product. It was likely made shortly after or just before you ordered it. We don’t use commercial preservatives so just like anything you buy fresh it doesn’t last forever.
How do I store my play dough to make it last longer?
After being played with roll it all up in a big ball and put it back in its sealed pouch or an air tight container. Store it in the pantry or cupboard, NOT in the fridge (this will make it slimy).
Our play dough has been left out and has dried – what do I do?
This depends on how long you have left it out – more than an hour and in small pieces you may have to get a new pack. If it’s a big piece then you can cut off the dried areas (it will form a crust that isn’t too hard to remove) and store as recommended.
Do I store my play dough in the fridge?
NO! This will make your dough go all slimy – keep it in a sealed container in a cupboard or the pantry.
I’ve noticed some black and white specks in my dough – what are they?
Nothing to be concerned about. Those occasional specks come from the anti-caking ingredient in the salt we use.
Someone has walked the play dough into our carpet – how do I get it out?
Put a bowl or a colander over the affected area – this will stop people stepping on it and grinding it in further. While it is tempting to try and clean it straight away, leave it to dry, preferably overnight. Then take a blunt utensil (like a butter knife) and run it over the carpet. The dough should come free in pieces that you can vacuum. What you can’t remove gently sponge.
What should I do if my child decides to eat your play dough that has BioGlitter in it?
BioGlitter are tiny pieces of cellulose film and these are listed as non-toxic. However to be safe we recommend seeking medical advice. For this reason we recommend that BioGlitter is only for children over the age of 3 years.