As promised, here are the favors I made for Savannah to take with her to preschool today. They didn't turn out exactly how I envisioned, but I think the kids with love them. In the October (I believe) issue of Papercrafts Magazine, I saw how one of the designers gave out a card for Halloween with a cookie cutter attached, and a play dough recipe on one side and sugar cookie recipe on the other. I thought it was an adorable idea. I decided to take it a step further. I made these 2-5-7-10 boxes and filled them with the dry ingredients to make the play dough. I wanted to put the recipe on the front, which is why I'm not so crazy with how they turned out. I couldn't really "decorate" the front of the box much because the recipe took up too much space. I tried to make it smaller, but I didn't want the parents to have to dig out a magnifying glass to read it! :) The stamps are from a Studio G $1 clear set that I found at Michael's. I thought it was perfect for kids. The colored cupcakes have "glitter frosting". . .don't know if the picture shows that. Hopefully the kids (and their parents) will love these. I tried the recipe beforehand and it DOES work! The original recipe called for double the amount of everything but the Kool Aid mix, but it made a HUGE batch of play dough, and I couldn't fit THAT much of the dry ingredients in the box so I had to cut the recipe in half. Thanks for visiting today! I'll let you know how the kids liked them! SUPPLIES USED: Stamps- Studio G clear stamp set; Paper- The Paper Company; Ink- VersaMagic in Pink Petunia, Tempting Turquoise, Yo Yo Yellow, Palette in Noir; Accessories- Regal Rose, Yo Yo Yellow, Tempting Turquoise and Barely Banana markers, organdy ribbon, Quickie Glue pen, glitter, hole punch, 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches.