Feepy cracks open another Play-doh surprise egg. This one is filled with two Lego minifigure blind bags, a Kreo micro-changers, and a Sickbricks. He duplicated the Goblin from Series 13 Lego minifigures. This was the first time that we’d ordered Lego blind bags from Amazon and the percentage of duplicates seems much higher than when we’ve purchased them from Walgreens, or when Feepy has received them as gifts from family members. Where do you buy your Lego minifigures? Have you have completed your Series 13 collection? Which pieces are you missing to complete your set? Leave a comment and let us know!
While the boys did have fun behind the scenes of the Play-doh Disney Frozen Sparkle Snow Dome production, Feepy really was getting antsy for a chance to open another egg himself.
We had recently picked up some new surprises to review (some were awesome clearance finds!) so we loaded it with several things that we knew he’d love:
a Spider-man bobble-head, a Heroics minifigurine, a Kreo Transformers Micro-changer, a Hot Wheels blind bag, and a Lego minifigures Series 12 blind bag. We decorated the bright-orange play-doh covered egg with a light-up Olaf Yazzle and some play-doh snowflakes. We all thought it looked great. Feepy declared it “majestic!”
He did a great job reviewing the toys on our YouTube channel. We thought it was really cute that he converted the Olaf Yazzle from play-doh egg decoration to an official “Toy Reviewer Badge.”
The majestic light-up Olaf play-doh surprise egg was fairly inexpensive to create, especially for the amount of prizes. Including all items, the egg came in around $14. Now, mom tends to shy away from a lot of clutter, but the boys really do love trinkets. Feepy is working on a few small collections, and both boys always have a treasure in their hands. In fact, we kept the little one busy throughout the video shoot set-up with a small surprise egg filled with his two current favorite Sickbricks and the bouncy ball he had gotten from the dentist earlier in the day. He took the egg with him for bedtime.
It’s no surprise now that our boys love the egg fun. Since a $14 dollar surprise is not a practical everyday eggs-travaganza, we are incorporating surprise eggs in some other free to no-cost ways at home. We’ll be sharing those ideas with you soon!