These days, I don't spend nearly as much time catching up on primetime television, so even though I still like to watch the awards show, I'm never anticipating it quite as much. Is it a sign that I'm getting old or getting uncool when the list of shows nominated is read and Never heard of it runs through my head for at least half of them?
This year, however, my interest in the Emmy Awards has risen once again thanks to the Play-Doh brand. Although this isn't one name that might typically be associated with The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, 2013 is a different story.
That's right! Today, September 16, 2013 is National Play-Doh Day!
The first thing you need to do is to grab a can or two of your favorite color Play-Doh and join in with their 1.1 million Facebook fans that are celebrating one of the most unique and creative holidays around!
Second, as National Play-Doh Day is so closely timed with the upcoming Emmy Awards (Sunday, September 22), the Play-Doh brand has already gotten in on the action by sculpting depictions of the six Drama Series nominees... made of 100% Play-Doh compound!
Think you know your dramas? See if you can match up the nominees (Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Homeland, House of Cards and Mad Men) with their Play-Doh symbols!
How adorably awesome are these? I always love the way that the Play-Doh brand comes up with creative, colorful, fun ways to tie in their classic product with so many other parts of our lives!
From the original canister of a single color to the many, many creative accessories, tools, toys, playsets and more that are now available, Play-Doh is one name that has a place in all of our lives... and now, all of our television sets as well!
And, thanks to their generosity and in honor of the many beautiful gowns that will be debuted on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards...
One lucky person will win a Play-Doh Design-A-Dress Boutique!
A big thank you to Hasbro for providing a Play-Doh Design-A-Dress Boutique for me as well as for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.