We have been Poundland Ambassadors for well over 2 years now and I am still amazed at all of the goodies they bring out each year and how good value for money they are! Thankfully now you can order online too which means you can avoid the hustle and bustle of the town centre and have everything delivered to your door, I also noticed that there were a few internet exclusive items too so well worth checking it out before popping to town to do your Easter shop!
Each year we are asked to do a post showcasing the fabulous selection of products they release based around Easter! Click here for our 2014 for our Poundland egg hunt! Everyone knows how much we love to decorate and create a fuss around all the holiday seasons so we jumped at the chance to get crafty and covered in chocolate in the name of research again! Having consulted the girls on what they would like to do this year we chose a few different crafts including a beaded egg (quite like the Hamma beads), paint your own egg, stained window decorations and polystyrene eggs which we are going to cover in pretty napkins (another blog post!)
After waiting for Evie to return home from school before we opened the parcel we couldn’t wait to dive in and see what everything was like … we weren’t disappointed! Everything has a pretty theme of pastel colours, bunnies and chicks, so the packaging looks very bright and spring like.
We popped an apron on Amelia and Evie donned her bunny ears and glasses and we were ready to go! (BTW how cute are those glasses!!) Remember – everything shown here was only £1 and it kept the girls occupied for ages! Its always great to see them play nice together and I love that they both seem to have a huge creative side that means they enjoy making, baking and generally messing around with me!
The paint your own egg comes in the cutest little egg box and contains a plain white wooden egg, a sachet of sequins, 2 little pots of pink and blue paint, paintbrush, bunny ears and feet and some sticky pads. Evie loved painting the bunny face and we plan on hard boiling some eggs to fill the rest of the box. I’m sure the girls will love to paint and decorate more and we may even make some of the dyed eggs like a couple of years ago.
We have a couple more Easter Poundland posts coming up which include decorating those polystyrene eggs, what the girls have in their goodie bags and also one about our Easter egg hunt and decor.
I was sent Poundland vouchers as part of their ambassador scheme. All views, opinions and photographs are my own.