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Think Outside the Basket with Hasbro!




Can you believe that April is almost here? Oh man, these months are going by super fast!  Easter is coming up very soon and Hasbro has some great gift giving ideas.

Like many kids, my kids love play dough. Hasbro has got some great Easter themed Play-Doh items that are just perfect for kids.



PLAY-DOH Character 2 packs come with a bunny & chick filled with play dough. You can make play dough stamps with them by using their feet.  Once kids are done playing with them they can just place the Play-Doh inside the bunny & chick for easy storage. These were a huge hit with my kids! They had loads of fun making play dough stamps and they also had lots of fun pretend playing with the bunny and chick.


The PLAY-DOH Box of Eggs come in a cute box of 10 and the PLAY-DOH pack of Eggs comes with 4. These Play-Doh filled eggs would be perfect for Easter egg hunts. My kids really enjoyed taking turns pretending that they were the Easter bunny & hid them around the house taking turns searching for them.  

Hasbro PLAY-DOH Character 2 packs, PLAY-DOH Box of Eggs and PLAY-DOH pack of Eggs are a great alternative and/or addition to traditional sweet Easter treats. Why not switch things up this year and include these? Kids will still have lots of fun without the sugar high.  If your kids love playing with playing with Play-Doh, then they’ll really love these!


In addition to Easter themed Play-Doh toys, Hasbro also has a MR. POTATO HEADSpud Bunny. This comes with 1 pair of eyes, 1 nose, 1 mouth, 1 pair of bunny ears, 2 arms, 1 pair of pants with feet and basket of eggs. It also contains a storage compartment at the back. I think this is super cute! My kids were filled with loads of laughter while they rearranged the pieces making MR. POTATO HEAD Spud Bunny look goofy.

So, go ahead and Think Outside the Basket this Easter with these sugar-free Hasbro treats. Kids will love them! 


Disclaimer: I was provided with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.