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To save yourself and the kids from chocolate overload (OK maybe just the kids, chocolate overload isn’t a thing for adults), there’s a lot going round about alternative easter gifts. This isn’t new of course and there’s part of me that thinks Easter is getting more and more commercialised, encouraging people to spend money they don’t have. Now you’re supposed to have an Easter egg hunt, an easter basket, easter clothes, easter decorations and easter toys. There’s also another part of me that loves it all.
The purpose of this post is to tell you about the new Fuzzikins bedtime bunnies set for children. They’re the sort of thing 8 year old girls love, so Phoebe is a willing tester. They’d be great for an Easter gift or any time of year.
The set comes with three bunnies like a little family – Mum, Dad, Baby. Then 3 coloured felt tips in grey, brown and pink. The idea is that you can draw on the bunnies and wash it off and start again. I thought the colours were a little limited and it would be better to come with more pens, but it didn’t stop play. You also get felt stickers, eye masks, a cape and three little beds. There is a colouring sheet within the packaging to practice on. There is some plastic packaging but not as much as some.
The bunnies are very cute and it was heartwarming to come home from work and find Phoebe had laid them all out in their beds with the pleasing pastel colours. There are little bits and pieces so it’s probably best for over 5s, which is recommended. There are other sets too like cozy cats and dozy dogs to suit all tastes. The Fuzzikins bedtime bunnies set currently retails at £7.99 and is available from Amazon, Hobbycraft and John Lewis. I’ve included the links to all three sets you can get from Amazon below if you’d like to check them out. It’s the sort of gift that is good to stock up on for birthday parties. Which one is your favourite?
Products from Amazon.co.uk