It’s fluffy. It’s unicorn themed. It has sparkles.
It sounds like every little girl’s dream, right? With this in mind there was no doubt that Darcie would LOVE the new Rainbocorns Sequin Surprise from Zuru launching TODAY! Here’s a little sneak peek as to what you can expect to find inside a Rainbocorn egg…..
WHAT IS A ZURU RAINBOCORN?
Basically, they’re cute, they sparkle and they’re hatching this year. The new Rainbocorns Sequin Surprise which launch today are a supersized squishy, adorable soft toy with a bright unicorn mane, sparkly horn and butterfly hair. What’s not to love? Nothing according to Darcie as she LOVED the owl Rainbocorn that came inside her sequin surprise egg.
Each giant egg contains a Rainbocorn along with a reversable sequin heart that reveals a surprise when swiped. This heart can be clipped onto clothes, hair (or curtains in our instance) as well as slipped in to the Rainbocorns tummy.
The egg also contains a number of small goodies too including stickers, a surprise piece of jewellery, a cute little baby Boo-Boocorn in its own little egg and of course some rainbow poo!
Pretty much everything inside the egg ticked every box for this particular pre-schooler. Even the box itself is part of the fun as she loves hatching her Rainbocorn over, and over, (and over!) again. The sequin surprise on the heart has been a great source of fun and we’ve even spent a day or two with her wearing it as an oversized hair accessory!
There are 10 Sequin Surprise Rainbocorns to collect including Unicorns, Llamacorns, Pandacorns, Lioncorns and of course our Owlcorn too. Darcie already has a list ready of all the ones she wants to add to her collection. I have a feeling that these are going to be making an appearance on her birthday and Christmas lists.
Yes, I know it’s only June, but she’s already got her Christmas list on the go!
The Rainbocorn Sequin Surprise are available from TODAY at Argos and Smyths nationwide.
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