Inflatable Easter Egg Decorations

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Inflatable Easter Egg Decorations
By Weekly newsletter of Andrew Paul • Issue #114 • View online

Inflatable Easter Egg are a great way to decorate your front yard for the holidays. These decorations are waterproof and ideal for outdoor display. Place them in the front yard for an eye-catching Easter decoration that is sure to get a lot of attention. They are easy to assemble and come with all of the necessary hardware to hang them up.
Several new designs for Easter this year include a 3.5-foot-tall Easter Bunny holding a pink egg. Another new design for this year’s holiday is a 7-foot-tall white bunny holding a colorful Easter Egg. This airblown bunny is ready to greet guests and visitors alike.
Another popular Easter inflatable is the 4ft-high Inflatable Easter Egg Stack. Designed to resemble an actual egg, this fun inflatable will make a statement in any space. These inflatable Easter decorations can be lit to add a show to your outside decorations. A light is included with each inflatable egg to give the egg extra glow.
The Easter Bunny is the conductor of this new, upgraded inflatable Easter Bunny. This inflatable Easter Bunny is a fun and adorable character who pushes an egg cart loaded with colorful Easter eggs. It is a great inflatable for a children’s Easter party and will provide hours of entertainment for children. A complete instruction manual is included.
The Easter Egg Trio inflatable is a perfect addition to any outdoor decor. It stands six feet tall when fully inflated. It is easy to set up and comes with stakes, tie-downs, and ropes. You can use this outdoor inflatable on your front yard, backyard, or at an indoor event. This Easter inflatable also comes with a built-in fan. It can be set up indoors or outdoors in just a few minutes.
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