Fun Star Wars Play-Doh Sets for Creative Play!

Play-Doh, the beloved modeling compound that has captivated generations, has its roots in an unexpected origin: wallpaper cleaner! In the 1930s, the compound was first created by Noah McVicker and his nephew Joe McVicker for the Kutol Products Company as a wallpaper cleaner. By the mid-1950s, with the decline in coal-based home heating and the rise of vinyl-based wallpapers, the demand for wallpaper cleaner reduced. Cleo McVicker, Joe's brother and a part of the Kutol team, discovered that teachers were using the non-toxic cleaner as a modeling clay in classrooms. Seizing this opportunity, they rebranded, added colors, and in 1956, introduced Play-Doh to schools and department stores. The squishy, vibrant compound soon became a household name, offering a fun and creative outlet for children (and adults) worldwide.

Since its inception, Play-Doh has inspired creative play in all that use it. With the following products, Play-Doh joins forces with Star Wars for some intergalactic fun. Check out these unique mash-ups.

Play-Doh Star Wars Mission on Endor Can-Heads Playset

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This fun Star Wars Play-Doh set uses standard size cans to create character figures! This "Can-Heads" set comes with three pots of Play-Doh, each decorated to look like a character. You'll get Luke Skywalker, a Scout Trooper, and an Ewok. The characters come with vehicles that are covered with imprinted molds to make all kinds of cool shapes using Play-Doh!

BB-8 and R2-D2 Play-Doh Droid Set

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This fun set includes three pots of Play-Doh and two Star Wars droid figures: BB-8 and R2-D2. The droids are full of molds all around the outside to make different shapes. The R2 figure includes a removable mold to make your very own protocol droid: C-3PO!

Play-Doh Star Wars Chewbacca | Grow & Cut Hair!

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This is a fun Play-Doh set featuring a figure of the Wookiee Chewbacca. You'll get three pots of clay, Chewie figure with blaster, and Play-Doh scissors. Insert Play-Doh into the figure and press the arms down to grow Chewie's hair! Use the scissors to cut and style as desired. The back of the Chewbacca figure has a cute little Millennium Falcon mold.

Star Wars Micro Force Mini Toy Advent Calendar

Count down to Christmas with this super fun Star Wars advent calendar! Open a door for each day in December leading up to the 25th to reveal a tiny Star Wars toy. Micro Force toys are small and squishable.  Unfold part of the Star Wars advent calendar box...

Fun R2D2 Bop It Star Wars Game

Old-fashioned tabletop gaming gets a Star Wars upgrade with this droid version of Bop It! The fun memory game uses C-3PO's voice and R2D2's body in its unique gameplay.

List: Top 2018 Best-Selling Star Wars Merch

Over 40 years after the release of A New Hope, Star Wars remains popular. 2019 will see the release of still new material, including the series The Mandalorian and the final film in the Skywalker saga. Before looking ahead, here's a quick look back at our best-selling Star...

List: Awesome Star Wars Talking Masks

Remember Chewbacca mom? The social media sensation brought hyper-awareness to the awesomeness of the Chewbacca talking mask. But did you know there are other awesome talking Star Wars character masks out there for Star Wars moms and dads (and maybe kids too) to enjoy? Here you go. You're welcome.