Candy-Filled Camouflage Eggs
The best item Item purchase ever!!
I got camoflouge eggs because it hid in the woods really good and this easter hunt was for the adults and they had a blast. So if you are loo9king for a easter egg to buy that would give a chanlange then this is the one.
March 21, 2011
Very poor quality
Not impressed with candy - most of the Jolly Ranchers were melted & stuck to inside of egg, Tootsie Rolls looked old & wrappers were oily. Camouflage design on outside of eggs was not good quality at all.
March 21, 2012
Not quite as good as expected
We bought these for 5th grade recognition day to put in the kids' goody bags. We wanted something camo and this was basically all we coul find. it was kind of disappointing, some had 2 pcs of candy in them, others only one. The price and quantity were perfect for us, but it would've been nice if each one had the same number of pcs in it, it would cut down on alot of unhappiness for the kiddos.
June 3, 2011
Geat eggs! The apple flavor bubble gum was a hit with kids & adults. Had a great variety in candy that was not chocolate.
April 26, 2011
Gross cheap melted yuck!
August 24, 2010
Not as attractive as it is in the photo
The colors of the shell are not as colorful as it is shown in the photo. Also, the eggs keeps on opening that's why the cadies don't stay inside.
August 16, 2010
Scratched off paint
I got these for a bday party, but when they arrived all of the painting on the eggs were scratched. They are good enough for the party, but you want perfection don't buy these eggs.
August 8, 2010
Pleased with sale price. Find this much more appropriate for item and contents.
July 25, 2010
I got these for the egg hunt in my daughter's preschool class Easter party. What a huge disappointment! First some came broken in the package, but I had to use them because I bought them too close to the party. The eggs popped open on their own and the paint rubbed off in your hands! Do not buy these!
June 19, 2010
Rations & MREs for Leadership Bootcamp
Our team was presenting at a leadership conference for Toastmasters, and our session was near the end of the day when people would need a boost to keep their energy going. Since our theme was a leadership bootcamp, providing these camoflauge eggs with a little candy surprise was perfect. Attendees thought it was creative, and kept with our overall marketing for the bootcamp to provide "rations" during our session. It is true that the camoflauge paint on the egg is not extremely high quality, but the price is right and I heard no complaints from our attendees. At 25 cents each, it was an inexpensive way to add some fun to the day and provide a mini-sugar boost.
May 13, 2010