Richard Scary’s Easter basket Stuffers Review & Giveaway

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Eater morning when the kids wake up I love watching their little faces in surprise as they go through all their goodies in their Easter Baskets. From Peeps, to coloring Easter eggs and my favorite reese’s peanut butter eggs. It’s always fun to mix up fun toys for Easter to offset the candy. Richard scary and Busytown has picked out their favorite products for Easter basket stuffers, including Town Vehicles, 2-Pack Figures, and Plush characters (all at low price points).

These adorable fun basket stuffers will offer hours of play Easter morning for Richard Scarry’s busy town fan’s after the Egg hunt is over. They are the perfect size for little hands to hold. The characters are fun adorable animal creatures that children will be delighted to engage in imaginative play in reenacting busy town adventures at home.  These fun characters are familiar characters that they know and  love and that they might see in their every day life. children to recognize  like a monkey or hippo or pig or cat.  Allowing children to give them an every day role such as driving a bus or a car around the busy town neighborhood.

Product Details

Since the 1960’s, boys and girls around the world have grown up with Richard Scarry’s best-selling books about his busy world of iconic animal characters and their whimsical vehicles. With over 300 titles in the Richard Scarry library and over 150 million books sold, Richard Scarry is one of the best-selling children’s authors of all time. In fact, he has five books in the Publishers Weekly’s Top 100 List of All-Time Bestselling Children’s Books. His popular stories follow the adventures of Huckle and Sally Cat, Lowly Worm, Hilda Hippo, Pig Will and Pig Won’t in a very busy town, leading very busy lives. His characters have become household names that parents fondly remember and kids adore.


Age Range: 3+

disclosure: Easter stuffers were provided for review. No other compensation was given. Prizing & samples courtesy of Cookie Jar Entertainment


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WIN IT: Enter for a chance to win the Busytown Easter Surprise prize pack.

One (1) winner will receive: An Easter Basket filled with surprise selection of 8 products from the Busytown Easter Gift Picks including:

  • Roadway Starter Kit
  • 1 Busytown Small Vehicle Pack
  • 1 Busytown 2-pack Figure
  • 1 Busytown Mini Plush

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disclosure: sample products were provided for review. Thought and honest opinion are 100% our own. no other compensation provided.


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121 Responses

  1. Jackie says:

    We color eggs every year.

  2. Natalie says:

    We go to the zoo every year love it!

  3. Pauline M says:

    Easter is alot of fun for my kids. Instead of giving them a bunch of candy, I will spend the night filling up balloons and throw them all over the floor. I also get one of those helium containers and tie a ton of balloons on my banister. My kids will play with these all day long!

  4. Debbie jackson says:

    an outside easter egg hunt

  5. AnnaZed says:

    We blow out some eggs and paint them gold and hide them the finder wins a prize!

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  6. scottsgal says:

    standard traditions – easter egg hunt and fancy dinner
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  7. lauren says:

    My son loves Busytown and finding toys in his basket!

  8. chrystal says:

    i am facebook fans of all, but i dont twitter. i did add to google+

  9. chrystal says:

    we get up on easter morning and search for eggs and the basket, then we go to church!

  10. Janet W. says:

    Our tradition is easter egg hunting, but instead of candy inside we put money (coins).

  11. Edward Pena says:

    Our tradition is that we all get together, have an Easter Egg hunt, exchange easter baskets, and have an easter meal.

  12. Claire says:

    we paint eggs together.

  13. Heidi Daily says:

    We always have a big Easter dinner with an egg hunt for the kids

  14. Donna O says:

    We do Easter Baskets

  15. Stephanie Grant says:

    We always do an egg hunt early Easter morning and my husband and I leave my sons Easter basket at the foot of our son’s bed for him to wake up to 🙂

  16. daisy says:

    Easter egg hunts

  17. Ashley Hatten says:

    we dye easter eggs!

  18. Tammy S says:

    Our traditions are to get all the kids together to color eggs before Easter. On Easter morning all the kids have a Easter Egg Hunt. all the kids join the hunt, no matter what the age. When all the eggs have been found they divide them up evenly. Then we all sit down to a Easter Brunch.

  19. Stevie M says:

    My kids are still young, but what I always did growing up was Easter egg hunts and my mom would leave “bunny prints” made out of flour leading to the Easter Baskets. I am definitely doing that this year!

  20. Tabitha Evans says:

    we just do the traditional easter bunny baskets and hiding eggs