This post was sponsored by Hatchimals as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Hatchimals have some exciting new creations this Easter. The Hatchimals Spring Bouquet, Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Pet Obsessed, and Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Limmy Edish Glamfetti let you hatch like you never have before! You can now hatch not only eggs but flowers and hearts too! All of these products are available at Walmart, Target and Amazon!
We have been playing this week with the Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Spring Bouquet. This toy is not only fun but it is super cute too! Each of the little “eggs” look like perfect little flowers. Each one sits on its own stem and can be displayed in the full bouquet or taken out on its own. The Hatchimals Spring Bouquet includes six exclusive characters – five hidden insides flowers and one cutie out and ready to play!
To play with your Spring Bouquet Hatchimals, remove each stem from the bouquet, rub the flower design, and then gently crack open each flower to review a new springtime friend. Each flower has a brightly-colored character with golden glittery wings. My absolute favorite part? The stems are made to hold the Hatchimals once they have been hatched, so you can put the stems back in the bouquet and the Hatchimals on top of the stems for the best bunch of flowers!
This unicorn owl has to be one of my favorite Hatchimals we have ever hatched! So cute. Time to make some places for these cuties to live.
DIY Hatchimal Habitats
- fabric scissors
- felt in various colors
- hot glue
- a marker
Step 1: Trace the top and bottom of your tin on a piece of felt.
Step 2: Cut out the felt and then glue into your tin.
Step 3: Cut out small pieces of felt to embellish your background.
- Short straight line of brown for the tree trunk
- Wavy piece of green for grass
- Larger wavy green circle for the foliage on the tree
- Wavy blue circle for a pond
- small slightly wavy grey circles for rocks
- Three pieces of felt for the roof (cut each piece slightly skinnier than the last one)
- Square for the door
- Small lines for the window panes
To make the roof, cut three pieces of felt, each one slightly skinnier than the last one. Cut fringe into each piece.
Hot glue them down on the edge of the bigger piece you cut to cover the tin.
- Two pieces of wavy tan felt for the island
- Two rectangles of dark brown for tree trunks
- flower-like green pieces for palm fronds
Don’t forget to decorate the front outside of your tin too! We did a house on one and another island on the other.
Insider tip: If you cut the felt that lines your lid a little bit short, your lid will close easier.
Hatchimals are the perfect size to fit inside the tins and shut the lid! I love this because I can keep a habitat in my purse at all times. It makes the perfect busy toy when we get stuck somewhere and my daughter needs something to do.
You can make a beach and woods habitat for all your characters or wait to hatch them first and make them together on Easter day.
With the Spring Bouquet, you will hatch a whole family to play with!
What habitats would you make for your Hatchimals?