Congratulations! If you completed your wreath project, it should look something like the Play-Doh wreath to the left.
Below are a few additional ideas the ZURB crew made with their Play Doh. We'd love to see what you did with your doh. Send us a photo!
After a day of drying, Amanda's poor Frosty didn't melt... but he did get some devilish cracks.
Bryan's blatant rip off of the Starbucks Christmas ball wreath was full of spirit, but couldn't quite capture the same Christmas spirit.
Jeremy's not one to leave people out, so he added to the Christmas theme to include some more friends.
True to Junior's name (Jerome), he decided both sides of his personality should be captured in these two canes.
We're not sure what this little brown man is about, but it turns out Jonathan was right next to Mayumi when making his creation.
It's hibernation time for Mark, so he's captured a festive cave scene. Ask him if he is hangry.
Mayumi will let you know that hat's are important attire—even for Play-Doh sculptures that attempt to make fun of Mark.
Ryan's view of Christmas was so cold... even his snowman was bitter. Here's hoping his trip to Minnesota warms him up this holiday.
We all agree, Hunter's creation had us dancing around dreaming of sugarplums- that and hoping an iPhone was under the Christmas tree.
P.S. Don't have a place mat to make the Play-Doh wreath? Here are the quick instructions for making the wreath with two colors.