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Hatchimals Spring Bouquet & CollEGGtibles Pet-Obsessed Hatchimals Review

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years you’ll no doubt know that Hatchimals have been one of the hottest collectibles series for kids.

Joshua loves them. Everyone loves them. And they’re back with a whole new series, featuring a range of pet-obsessed Hatchimals complete with their own little cute Hatchipets and a lovely Spring Bouquet. We were lucky enough to have some to test out.

Pet-obsessed Hatchimals

The Pet-obsessed Hatchimals and their Hatchipets come in their own cute little heart-shaped homes which can be used to house or display your new friends afterwards.

Home is where the heart is

There are over sixty to collect so plenty to keep you going, including a few rare ones that your kids will no doubt be obsessed with. Nearly as much as the Hatchimals are obsessed with their Hatchipets!

True love between five Hatchimals & their Hatchipets

You can continue your Hatchimals collection by buying a two pack for £4.99, which contains one heart plus a bonus character and pet, or a triple pack for £7.99 which contains two hearts and a bonus character, as well as three pet accessories. Some affiliate links are below:

You can have even more fun by popping along to their very own Hatchimals App which you can get for FREE through the Appstore.

Hatchimals Spring Bouquet

What really caught our eye though was the brilliant Spring Bouquet, which we thought was excellent and a little bit different. Perfect for this time of year when the flowers are blooming and love is in the air, the Spring Bouquet comes with six Hatchimals in total, five of which are cleverly hidden within the beautiful blooms.

Who couldn’t love that smile, even without the flowers?!

Once you ‘hatch’ the flowers – do you hatch flowers?! – you will find five happy Hatchimals inside, which you can then display on their stems afterwards if you so desire. Like so:

The Hatchimals are fairly easy to hatch out of their blooms. It just takes a firm grip with your thumbs on the heart logo on each bloom to crack them open.

I really liked the Spring Bouquet, nearly as much as Joshua did. Obviously I’m a romantic at heart, although on a practical level I also like the fact you can keep the bouquet to display your Hatchimals on.

There are 12 Hatchimals to collect in this collection, and you can pick up one of these cracking bouquets for around the £15 mark.

The great thing about the Hatchimals collection is that it keeps growing and changing, so there’s always something new and fun to collect. These are both great additions to the Hatchimals world so make sure you check them out. An affiliate link is below:

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