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On 3/16/2018 at 10:31 AM, Tracy boyette said:

Spring is in the air. Time to let the bunnies out

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How do you weigh down the eggs? So then they don’t blow away?

Edited by The Inflatable King Of Ohio

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Nice. Where have you guys found Easter blow molds? I’ve never seen them in stores

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Hi.. I got all my Easter blow molds from yard sales.. They are hard to find, that is for sure. 

The eggs are held down by a metal stake. There is a hole on the bottom. So I took a metal stake and used that and it worked. 

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3 hours ago, Tracy boyette said:

Hi.. I got all my Easter blow molds from yard sales.. They are hard to find, that is for sure. 

The eggs are held down by a metal stake. There is a hole on the bottom. So I took a metal stake and used that and it worked. 

My eggs are General Foam and they have no holes in them. I don’t want to drill holes because it will lower the value of them.

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On 3/23/2018 at 3:03 PM, The Inflatable King Of Ohio said:

How do you weigh down the eggs? So then they don’t blow away?

I use a steal stake. There is a hole on bottom of egg. 

On 3/22/2018 at 11:08 PM, uptownguy2000 said:

Cute little guys you have there; I like your gardening as well lol 

Thank you.. I love gardening.. 

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Below are Easter bunnies that Garden Ridge put out a few years ago in Georgia. The large ones I think was 29.99 or 39.99 and small bunny was 19.99.

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