Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The Bunny in the Basket Review and QUICK Giveaway! (U.S.) Ends 3/24 (Rafflecopter)


We opened the Bunny in the Basket today. I know, it's late. Only a week and a half left to Easter. But I kept forgetting to do it. We have been sick, busy, and down right, stressed out. But, both my three and a half daughter and five and a half year old son ate it up! You HAVE to get one of these for your children for next year for Easter! I would buy it now so that you will have it for next year!

The book that goes along with the Bunny in the Basket is great! It explains how he likes to be up high, watching over the kids, and that every night the bunny goes back to tell Peter Cottontail if the kids that he's watching have been bad or good! My daughter wanted to look at the book by herself when I was done.

We did the elf on the shelf thing from Thanksgiving until Christmas, and that loved that. I hope that our Bunny will leave them some little gifts and play some little tricks on them. I still have some ideas left over from Christmas!

About The Bunny in the Basket creators:
KACD, LLC is a Family owned and operated business located in Sparta, NJ. They pride themselfs on only using materials made in the USA for their Bunnies in the Baskets!

Order Yours TODAY online from The Bunny in the Basket website for only $24.99 plus shipping! They currently take paypal!

Enter below using the Rafflecopter form. Open to Residents of the 48 continental United States only. This giveaway will end on Sunday night, 3/24. So that I can get your info to the sponsor and hopefully get your bunny in the basket to you before Easter!

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Disclosure: I received a Bunny in the Basket in exchange for my review and giveaway post. No other compensation was exchanged or received. The above opinions are mine and mine alone.

1 comment:

  1. cute giveaway, my daughter loves stuffed animals and recently lost her favorite at church

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