In case you've been living under a rock these last few weeks, allow me to inform you: it's still National Ice Cream Month. We've been celebrating since the first of July with peachy-keen homemade ice-cream recipes and adorably easy DIY projects. (We also have a ridiculously awesome ice-cream birthday party happening in real life and on the blog next week—stay tuned.) But, today, we're getting our frozen fix with this adorable Play-Doh Town set.
Do you hear that iconic music? Guess who's rounding the neighborhood corner... It's the ice-cream man!
Nothing keeps my little guy entertained like Play-Doh. He remains quiet, engaged, and entertained for hours when I whip out some new color containers. (Look at that tongue—that's some serious concentration happening right there.) And this ice-cream truck set is maybe his favorite ever. I mean, who doesn't love ice-cream and Popsicles?! You can create your own "soft serve," and top it with the perfect twist and swirl.
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There's also an ice-pop mold. Because, your neighborhood ice-cream man is never short on cherry Popsicles.
There's only one problem with this Play-Doh set: you can't eat the ice cream! (Good thing, we're always up for a real cup or cone around here!)
This is not a sponsored post. We were given samples for review. All opinions are our own.