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Just a couple of weeks ago we reviewed the Fuzzikins Fuzzi Babies and Erin had so much fun with them. Since then, we have washed and reused the figures so when we were asked to review the Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies I knew it would be something that Erin would enjoy and with Easter coming up, what better time to try it!
What’s in the box:
- 1 x large Fuzzikins bunny figure
- 1 x medium Fuzzikins bunny figure
- 1 x small Fuzzikins bunny figure
- 3 x Felt Tip Pens
- 3 x felt beds
- Felt accessories
The bunnies come packaged together but each of the bunny beds are bagged up separately and I thought this was a really great idea. By keeping the bed sets separate it means that smaller pieces don’t get lost and also, if you open it up and pop in a bunny and pens, you have a quick and easy activity to take on a day out with you.
Erin and her Dad sat down to play with this together. Erin actually didn’t need much help but the lids for the pens are really hard to get off so John had to do this bit. The felt bunny beds come already assembled but there are additional stickers you can use to personalise them. Each of the felt pieces stick to the bed really easily after you remove the backing paper. I love that you don’t need glue or anything extra and that you get everything you need all in the set.
After making the bunny bed pretty and with a heart for a pillow she added the carrots and the green tops. This part Erin needed a bit of help with but only because she didn’t realise what the green stickers were for.
Erin had a lot of fun colouring in the bunny. The set comes with 3 colouring pens and we got pink, brown and grey. Erin spent quite some time colouring in the ears grey, the face pink and then the body had to be brown. Being 3, Erin’s colouring isn’t neat but she knew what she wanted to do and she did it well!
Erin really loved that the bunnies came with things like sleeping masks. She didn’t really know what it was to start with but once we explained she thought it was a great idea and used the mask to tell us when the bunny was asleep and when it was time to wake up.
As there are 3 bunnies in the Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies set this is something that can take up as much time as your child wants it to. Older children will probably spend a bit more time colouring in the bunnies and could do something a bit more creative than Erin.
At £9.99, the Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies are a really well priced toy and something that would make a great alternative Easter gift this year.
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