March 25, 2013

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Easter Fun - Hide 'em & Hatch 'em Eggs

Hide 'em & Hatch 'em Eggs  - The Latest in Easter Egg Fun

Each year parents struggle with the same question...what should I put in the Easter basket. That bunny needs to be cute, clever and (hopefully) wallet friendly.  I know as a mom, I am not a huge fan of all the candy and always looking for a cute alternative!  

These pastel colored eggs are great for hiding or filling the Easter basket...but here's the twist: simply soak them in water overnight and out will hatch some new friends...a duck, chick or bunny!  The instructions are simple:
  1. Place the eggs in room temperature water. The water level should touch the uppermost section of egg. 
  2. The eggshell will slowly break in 6 – 12 hours you will see small cracks in the shell. Over the next day, the pet will begin to grow and hatch out of its shell.  You can help remove the shell at this point.  
  3. After the eggshell is broken entirely, empty and change the water.
  4. Continue to change the water daily until your animal hatches on its own or until the animal is done growing. 
  5. Remove and play with your new friend. 

Kids will be amazed and parents will delight in the fact that there's no candy involved.  We tried ours out prior to Easter and the kids were delighted to watch their new little pets hatch!

Hatch 'ems are currently the #1 Easter product on and everyone is going to want them!  Order for $9.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25.

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