Pastel Easter Eggs
Pastel Easter Eggs
Very nice plastic pastel eggs that can be filled with candy for Easter breakfast favors or Sunday School treats for students at a very low price.
March 21, 2010
A word of caution...
I bought these and the bright eggs, needing exactly 24 of each color. Unfortunately, quality control wasn't good and I was missing an egg in each of two colors, and in another, I had two tops which of course didn't fit together to make the last egg. A couple of eggs would not stay closed, so I had to use tape. All in all, a good product, but not if you need exact numbers or perfect quality.
April 16, 2012
too many don't close well
While these eggs are a good price, there are more than a few in each bag that do not close well.
April 11, 2012
I purchased the 3 bags of the pastel eggs for a black light Easter Egg hunt. I ended up having to throw away a majority of the blue eggs because they would not close. The other eggs seemed more difficult to close compared to other stores' eggs. I would recommend this product, just beware of the blue eggs.
April 9, 2012
Difficult to close compared to plastic eggs I have bought at the store. More than 2 dozen were unusable since they would not close.
April 5, 2012
Price is good, Quality not so good
Our church purchased over 30,000 eggs for our Easter Outreach. Most of the pastel eggs closed fairly well but the bright colored eggs, especially the green and blue did not. We many that were cracked or did not close at all. The new packages is good but the egg quality was much better when they came already assembled
March 30, 2012
Purchased ten packages of this item (1440 eggs) for our community Easter Egg Hunt. Quality was good but not excellent. Many had to be taped shut as the closure was not secure. Otherwise, I would purchase again for next years Egg Hunt.
March 21, 2012
We purchased these eggs, along with the bright colored ones for a church Easter Hunt. After stuffing 12,000 eggs total, we determined that the pastel eggs would actually stay closed once stuffed while the bright eggs repeated popped open and spilled out their contents. In the future we will stick with these. The lip at the closing connection for these eggs is about 1 cm in width which allows it to clamp together. Eggs that stay closed is a MUST when filling and hiding them. We will either purchase these or go with higher quality eggs in general in the future.
April 26, 2011