Bubbles are always a fun way to pass the time and perfect for Spring as we are all itching to get outside and enjoy the weather as it continues to warm up. I love putting bubbles in my daughter's Easter basket as well as for my nieces and nephews because it is a fun activity to do with them and perfect for all ages!
With the release of the new Star Wars movie to home video in just a few weeks, these bubbles are perfect for any Star Wars fans' Easter basket!
Imperial Toys has a Star Wars 3D Bubble Tin which I am most excited to see Rose open on Easter morning. The set comes with a light saber wand and 3D glasses and when you put the glasses on, you can see 3D images appear in each bubble!
Imperial Toys also has bubbles with Figural toppers on them of your favorite Star Wars characters like R2D2 in addition to light saber shaped bubble containers that actually light up!
Looking for even more bubble-time fun? Check out Imperial Toys R2D2 Bubble Machine which blows tons of bubbles while R2D2 swivels it's head and lights up and makes noises! This is on my wish list!
Imperial Toys products are available able major retailers nationwide such as Walmart, Target, Toys R Us and more. They are also available on their website here where they are currently offering a 25% discount off all bubble products through March 31 - just use the code CELEBLITZ at checkout! Amazon online also sells the line of Imperial Toys as well, including all their bubble products.
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