It's interesting that there are two upcoming holidays that involve eggs. Tonight many people of the Jewish faith (myself included) will have a hard boiled egg on their Seder plate. Sure it's a cameo appearance for the egg, but it's still good egg-sposure (please excuse the awful pun- I couldn't help myself). In the store we've stocked up for the biggest of all egg holidays; of course I'm talking about Easter. Egg farmers must love Easter.
At Parcel we only use the fake stuff- only for treating, not for eating (unless you'd like some delish egg cream molded candies, candy-coated milky eggs, or violet mallows!) We've got many eggs- vintage West German, Japanese fun ones, some new, but mostly old-the way we like 'em. Plus, plenty o' other holiday-related figures and friends just waiting to brighten up your day.
If any of you know the origin of the Easter Bunny and egg relationship, please let us know. Sure I can Google it, but it's way more interesting hearing from y'all!