Turtle Lifecycle Dough Stamps

Beadie Bug Play


Using these handmade Dough Stamps, your little one can learn all about the turtle lifecycle through play! Featuring 5 stamps including a turtle hatching from an egg, baby turtles, parent turtles and seaweed.

Did you know:

  • Turtles have existed for approximately 215 million years.
  • Most turtles lay their eggs in the sand to hatch on their own and will lay between 50-100 in one clutch.
  • Hatchlings then make their way to the top of the sand nest and journey to the water en masse to confuse predators.

Handmade in Australia from sustainably-sourced pine. A variety of timber is used making each set unique. Stampers are 3.7cm tall and have a diameter of 3.5cm.

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.

Only 1 set left!

Turtle Cutter and wooden turtle sold separately. See more from Beadie Bug Play.

Photos by deerandfawns.

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