Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps
Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps

Butterfly Lifecycle Playdough Stamps

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“In the light of the moon a little egg lay on a leaf...”*

And so begins the story of the very hungry caterpillar’s journey to becoming a beautiful butterfly. Using these handmade resources, your little one can learn all about the butterfly lifecycle through play.

We have 2 options to this set:

- The first option is a set of 5 handmade, wooden playdough stamps.

- The second option is the 5 stamps PLUS 3 beautiful, hand-painted story stones from 'Art from the heart by Jill'.  These hand-painted stones are so loved in our own home and we hope you enjoy them just as much as we do.

Stamps can also be used in kinetic sand, air dry clay, salt dough and for baking (with a gentle wipe and re-oil afterwards). They are handmade from sustainably sourced pine, well sanded and finished with tung oil. The toppers are laser-cut birch ply. Each set is unique, due to the varieties of timber used.

Playdough rollers, caterpillars and playdough can be purchased separately.

Recommended age 3+. Use under adult supervision. Not recommended for use as a teething or chew toy.  Please do not leave story stones immersed in water or playdough.  Whilst they are made for play and have been sealed to protect the paint, we recommend wiping them clean after play to prolong their life.

International customers: please check your country’s regulations with regards to importing wooden and stone products to avoid customs issues. All timber I use is untreated, clean, dry and sealed. 

Stamp and caterpillar designs © Beadie Bug Play 2019.

Story Stone designs © Art from the heart by Jill 2019.

*Eric Carle, ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’

Photos: @deerandfawns & @beadiebugplay