Rainbocorns Big Bow Surprise | Review

I hate to say it, but have you started to do your Christmas shopping yet? I like to get as much done as I can in the run-up to it all, and get it all done in October and November, so that I can enjoy the month of December as much as I can. I personally do find the overwhelm of the festive season a real thing, and like to enjoy it as much as I can. So getting my shopping in right about now is what I prefer.

I have been asking my daughter about a few things that she wants to put on here list, and anything unicorn, glitter, and rainbows is a must from her. So the new Rainbocorns Big Bow Surprise is something that will fit the bill well. So we have been sent one to try out and see if it will work as a great gift this Christmas.

This World Egg Day, we have hatched open the giant golden egg and found the biggest Rainbocorn yet, and ours was a flamingocorn!

Plus, there are over 25 layers of Rainbocorn surprises as well! You can even wear the sparkly Big Bow from the egg, and add it to your hair accessories as it comes with a clip. There is a smaller hair bow surprise in there too, as well as a unicorn headband, stickers, bracelet, fluffy unicorn snap band, glitter, glitter pens, and three little collectible Bow-Bowcorns that come with rings and changing accessories so you can add sparked to any outfit. They also double up as pencil toppers, so for what you can do with it all, then there is so much. So for that reason, I think it will make a really great gift for your little ones and love of sparkles this Christmas.

The Big Bow Surprise is priced at £49.99, which is not exactly cheap. But for what you get, the size of the plush toy, and all of the smaller surprises that come with it, really make it value for money. If you price up the individual hair bows, headbands, smaller eggs, rings, stickers, glitter tattoos, etc, then it can really make it more value for money. It is something that will last for a long time, and on Christmas morning, it will keep going and going, which to me, makes it worth the price.

We have also been trying out the smaller Sparkle Heart Rainbocorn, which is really cute, and would be a great stocking filler if your budget is a little lower. Born from sugar and spice and everything nice, these sparkle heart Rainbocorns hatch and have sparkly bellies that can be ‘swiped’ to reveal a surprise. There are a few different ones to collect, so they can be great for Christmas, as you don’t know which you’re going to get. These vary in price depending on where you shop, but at around £10, they are a great stocking filler and a good choice for children’s friends, nieces, nephews, and so on.

I have been really impressed with the contents of the eggs, and my daughter has absolutely loved what came in the eggs too. She has been wearing the things that came in the egg for days. If your little one loves all things sparkly, unicorn, and glittery, then a Rainbocorn is a must.

Rainbocorns are available from the following retailers: Smyths, Argos, the Entertainer, and it is suitable for children aged three and over.

Have you heard of Rainbocorns before? It would be great to hear what you think!

*the items were gifted in exchange for this post – all words and opinions are my own.

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