Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
A tisket, a tasket, what to put in a child’s Easter basket this year? Hallmark has the answer with great ideas that are sure to be a hit and treasured long after all the eggs have been found.
Easter Kids cards ─ Kids will delight in Hallmark’s Easter Kids cards which feature bright colors and whimsical designs. Or keep the kids entertained with one of several interactive cards that include games and activities. Hallmark has more than 650 Easter card designs, with prices starting below $1, to cover a wide range of family relationships.
Interactive Story Buddy® Tigger and Winnie the Pooh ─ Tigger is the newest Disney character to join the Hallmark interactive Story Buddy family. Little ones will be mesmerized hearing how he responds when his story is read to him or when he listens to his read-along CD. Tigger gets an added spring in his step because he can also interact with the Winnie the Pooh Story Buddy (sold separately). Each interactive Story Buddy bundle includes a story buddy, storybook, and a read-along audio CD. Other storybooks for Tigger and Winnie the Pooh are available, as well as activity books and puzzles. Several other Story Buddy characters and their coordinating books also are sold in Hallmark Gold Crown® stores. Each bundle is $34.95.
itty bittys® plush ─ Sized just right for an Easter basket, itty bittys® plush are perfect for collecting. Look for new Limited Edition Springtime Mickey and Minnie itty bittys, as well as a variety of Disney friends, Warner Bros. super heroes and Wizard of Oz™ characters. These iconic characters are available only at Hallmark Gold Crown stores for $6.95 each. Special offer through April 20: Buy three itty bittys and get one free, plus get a free four-pack itty bittys carrier, while supplies last.
Sweet Dancin' Bunny ─ A lean, mean, dancing machine, the Sweet Dancin’ Bunny sways, bops and flaps his ears in time to the music as he sings a parody of “Macarena” (“Hey, Jelly Beana!”). Available for $15.95 at Hallmark Gold Crown stores with each purchase of three Hallmark cards (regularly $29.95).
Tip ’n’ Fall Tweety ─ Children will be able to tell Tweety is as eggs-cited for Easter as they are as he walks along singing a happy song. The only problem is he tends to tip over. Every time he falls down, he asks for help in a way that’s adorably Tweety. He is available for $15.95 exclusively at Hallmark Gold Crown stores with each purchase of three Hallmark cards (regularly $29.95).
Sweet Treats from Hallmark Confections ─ No Easter basket is complete without candy. Hallmark Confections features a selection of festively decorated tins and boxes with chocolate goodies, candy bars, flower-shaped lollipops, and bagged candy with a variety of sweet treats. It’s the perfect touch for an Easter basket surprise. Available exclusively at Hallmark Gold Crown stores.
All things Easter can be found at Hallmark Gold Crown® stores and other participating Hallmark retailers nationwide. Use the store locator on Hallmark.com to find the nearest Hallmark Gold Crown store.
And for unexpected ideas for celebrating Easter, visit the Explore section on Hallmark.com.
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Hallmark makes the world a more caring place by helping people express what’s in their hearts and connect in emotional ways with others. In the U.S., innovative Hallmark greeting cards and gifts are sold through the network of Hallmark Gold Crown® specialty stores, leading mass retailers and online. Worldwide, Hallmark offers products in more than 30 languages available in 100 countries. Millions of households enjoy family friendly television programming offered by cable's top-rated Hallmark Channel and fast-growing Hallmark Movie Channel. Hallmark's Crayola subsidiary inspires artistic creativity in children through Crayola® crayons and markers as well as other innovative art tools, crafting activities and creative toys. Privately held Hallmark is based in Kansas City, Mo., and continues to be led by members of the founding Hall family. Visit http://corporate.hallmark.com for more details.