If your little ones and not-so-little ones love Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty, then stay tuned. The creator of the best putty on earth has done it again. Land of Dough play dough is sustainably crafted with natural colorants, organic essential oils and eco-friendly glitter and packaging.

Founder and Executive Chairman, Aaron Muderick said, “From our natural colorants and compostable glitters to our paper packaging, we strive to minimize the environmental impact of our product.” In addition to the natural product ingredients, the manufacturing process was also designed to leave as small a carbon footprint as possible. Land of Dough is made in the USA in our own wind-powered facility using reclaimed landfill gas as a heat source. Each batch is carefully handcrafted with the finest natural ingredients and our signature wood play tools are sourced using sustainable forestry practices.”

It was a natural step for Crazy Aaron’s to expand into the play dough category. Compounds such as this offer incredible benefits. Children will delight in the whimsical designs, soft hand feel, and calming scent while also benefiting from sensory play.

“Land of Dough is a treat for the senses and offers a fun, tactile sensory experience like none other,” Muderick adds. “With Land of Dough children can stay focused, engage in independent play and develop fine motor skills.”

All Land of Dough products are handmade by a small dedicated team who carefully craft and design each item before they are shipped in compostable packaging. Each cup features multi-layered designs, so children can dig their way through layers of fun surprises. Children can select from fun assortments and themes including, Planet Earth, Space Galaxy, My Treasure Island, Over the Rainbow and more. Additionally, kids can continue the fun with Land of Dough kits, including the new Rolling Patterns Kit and Learning Numbers Kit. Each includes themed dough rolls, wooden patterns or numbers, Land of Dough dough and so much more.

Muderick concludes, “You’ll feel good knowing that beautiful, quality play dough doesn’t have to be make-believe anymore.”