If your children love unicorns and rainbows, then they’re in for a treat with Rainbocorns. Let me introduce you to a new collectible that’s full of surprises.
Georgie loves anything pink and sparkly at the moment, so it was no surprise that she squealed with delight when I presented her with this large pink egg!
Zuru have created a new line of collectible plush ‘born’ in a mystery egg. They feature a rainbow of exciting elements, from reversible sequins, to hair play, to enchanted creatures.
There are 12 eggs to collect and they come with different coloured horns and sequinned hearts, based on 6 cuddly animals and each animal comes in 2 fun designs.
Once the egg is open, the sequin heart clicks into place on the tummy off the Rainbocorn.
Georgie was excited to find that the sequins revealed an apple underneath, when you smoothed cheap tramadol sales them across.
The sequin attachment also comes with a clip on the back, so that it can be attached to favourite items – such as a bag.
Inside each egg is also a mini egg containing a Boo-Boocorn and there are 22 of them to collect as well, including the rare twin Boo-Boocorns.
Georgie’s Boo-Boocorn regularly comes out on trips in the car, so it’s a handy little pocket sized extension of the actual Rainbocorn and much more portable.
There is something for every child too – Puppycorns, Kittycorns, Hamstercorns, Bunnycorns, Unicorns and Monkeycorns along with their 12 unique sequin surprises.
Rainbocorns are priced at £24.99 and are available from Argos, Smyths, The Entertainer, Asda and B&M. Monkeycorns are sold exclusively in Argos.
Nb. We were sent a Rainbocorn for the purpose of this review, but all views and opinions remain our own.