My little girl loves Hatchimals. They are great to play with, but even more fun to make necklaces with! You know those little holes in the top of almost all collEGGtible Hatchimals? You can take a really thin strand of string and create your own Hatchimal necklace with them!
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What is a Colleggtible hatchimal?
They are super cute and come in tons of different styles and colors. My daughter loves to collect them.
Side note; the Colleggtible Hatchimals are easily confused with Shopkins. Let me show you.
Before my daughter showed me the difference I thought they were the same type of toy too.
One main difference is that the Hatchimals come with a hole in the top while the Shopkins don’t. Also, the Shopkins are made to look like food packages while the Hatchimals are cute animals.
At first glance at the picture below they all look like Hatchimals don’t they? If you look hard enough you will see that there are Shopkins mixed in.
This crazy idea came to me while my daughter was playing with her Hatchimals with playdough. I love how easy it is to use these little figurines in all areas of her room. She plays with them in her Barbie playhouse and she uses them as “babies” for her LOL dolls. Oh the possibilities!
Every day she has a new way to play with these tiny figures and today I want to share a fun and creative for how to store or display them.
As I was playing around I noticed a hole on top of most of the Hatchimal collEGGtible heads. Could I thread a little string through the hole and create a necklace? YES!
I almost didn’t make a post about this it’s so simple, but I wanted to share the cute necklace we made!
How to make a Hatchimal CollEGGtible necklace
- Gather a handful of Hatchimal collEGGtibles
- Cut a long strand of thin string
- Start to string the Hatchimals together
- Tie a knot at one end and then tie both sides of the strings together to make a necklace
You can see where I’m threading a thin string through the top of the hole in the small figures.
Look how easy it was! Now to add more…
At the end of the string tie a knot so the Hatchimals don’t come off.
Then continue to string the figures!
This would be a great way to store them in a little girls room (also a great way to keep track of these tiny little toys). Speaking of toy storage, you can see how I previously stored them in a repurposed animal cracker bear jug.
Or you could always wear them proudly like my daughter is doing! LOL, she loves those things.
Or you could always display them on the wall somewhere like the picture below.
How easy was that? What creative things have you done with your collEGGtible Hatchimals? Seriously, I want to know!