We received some Bubber to review the other day. What is Bubber you ask? It’s kind of like modeling clay or play dough, but also a little different. You can sculpt it, cut it, squish it, and shape it like play dough, but it never dries out. It’s very light and airy on the inside.
The texture is a little different too, it feels soft and light like a marshmallow, but it’s not sticky at all. It doesn’t stick to surfaces or stain. My son tested this out as soon as he opened it up, all over the living room floor no less! He had Bubber everywhere, but it picked right up, and the little pieces left over vacuumed up without a trace.
My son made a ball, then decided to splat it on the kitchen floor, but it surprised him when it didn’t splat, but bounced back up at him! I got to have a chuckle over his foiled plan.
The only thing I wasn’t crazy about with Bubber was how difficult it is to create by adding more than one piece together. It’s super easy to mold one piece into whatever you want to create, but when you try to add one piece to another for your creation it’s difficult to make it stick. I found if I added a small piece in between that was loose and airy it stuck better. We used that trick to create this.
He’s kind of like a cross between a pig and an elephant, maybe something from a Dr. Seuss book? We also made a Bubber ducky.
We got to try out the blue Bubber, but it also comes in several other colors including white, yellow, red, purple or green. There are also tools and stamps you can use to make even more creations. You can find Bubber at many major retailers and online at Amazon here: Bubber
Disclosure: We received this product free of charge for review. All opinions are my own. Your experiences may be different.