Crazy Aaron’s is celebrating its 25th anniversary by offering parents and kids the chance to contribute their artwork, photographs, mementos, and other items to a time capsule. From now through May 10, fans can mail or drop off their contributions to be stowed away alongside Crazy Aaron’s very own keepsakes. 

Next month, select items will be buried at the Globe Knitting Mills in Norristown, Pennsylvania as part of an event to also celebrate the historic building’s 125th anniversary. Fans can expect to see the time capsule unearthed during Crazy Aaron’s 50th anniversary in 2048. 

Crazy Aaron’s has offered families endless hours of fun with lines of popular creative play products like Thinking Putty and Land of Dough. Families can show their love for the company’s 25 years of creative fun by mailing or dropping off their capsule items at The Shop @ Crazy Aaron’s in Norristown.

Thinking Putty gives kids ages 3 and up a fun, mess-free experience of stretching colorful globs of goo into creative shapes, while Land of Dough products put a exciting twist of fidget products with biodegradable glitter and pleasing color combinations. There are so many creative, engaging options to choose from like Thinking Putty Happy Earth, Unicnorn Horn, Dino-Dough, and Thinking Putty Spring Frog.

Parents can bring the fun of Crazy Aaron’s to their home just in time for the big anniversary by heading to or at any major retailer where products are sold.


These fidget-friendly Thinking Putties come in tins made of food-grade material that can be reused for crafts and projects or recycled with other metals like soup cans. When charged with the included rainbow magnet, Happy Earth Thinking Putty will move and kids can watch the sparkling mineral earth blue color shine. The Social Butterfly Thinking…

Product Facts

  • MSRP:
  • $15 each
  • Age:
  • 3+

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Omar Letson

Omar Letson

Omar is an editorial intern at Adventure Media & Events, writing content for The Pop Insider, The Toy Insider, and The Toy Book. Attending the Savannah College of Art and Design, he plans to pursue a career in magazine journalism. Previously, Omar interned for entertainment news website TV-Tea and for Spitfire Strategies, a public interest communications firm. His favorite TV shows are RuPaul’s Drag Race, Absolutely Fabulous, and WandaVision.