Doh Vinci, can be used on their templates or on wood, metal, cardboard, glass, paper and duct tape.
You create your master piece by using the different deco pop coloured tubes along with the sculpting tool. Squeeze the sculpting tool for the colour to come out and start creating your piece.
You then leave your newly created design out overnight to dry.
It was fun to use, but at first I found it very frustrating as the doh was hard to get out and tricky to use. Because it is soft doh and not paint, it's hard to get the doh on the lines and follow the patterns how I want.
The more times I used it, the easier it seems to place the doh where you want it.
It is easy to swap the colours and pop them into the sculpting tool.
Even after a few days the doh doesn't seem to completely set and when you touch it, it does still move around and is not set hard.
At first it was very frustrating for my 8 year old as the doh just wouldn't go in the places she wanted it or too much doh came out or just made blobs. It does seem to get easier after several uses, but looking at the ads and then your product it would be very hard to replicate.
If your kids are interested I would suggest buying only 1 as after they complete that project I don't think they will be in a hurry to do another one.
Great concept but it's really not as quick and easy as it looks.
-Doh Vinci is recommended for ages 6+.
-You can buy separate coloured refills for your creations.
-There are many different types of creations to buy, eg: Flower Tower, Memory Masterpiece to name a couple or you can use it on other materials.
-You can buy it from Uncle Pete's and Target.
-For further information you can visit the official Doh Vinci Play-Doh site