Hobby Lobby is recalling about 13 thousand Easter egg toys. The toys in question are camouflage eggs and eggs with spinning tops. The paint on the toys is said to have excessive amounts of lead, which can be toxic if ingested.
The camouflage egg set contains eggs painted in a white, brown and green camouflage pattern. The eggs with the spinning tops include a single egg with a rip cord. The toys were sold at Hobby Lobby stores nationwide between January and March of 2008.
The Camouflage Easter Egg Treat Containers have Item #1031 printed on the front of the packaging and are white, brown and green camouflage colors, sold in a package of eight eggs. “Made in China for Tony Development and Mfg Ltd; TST, Kin, HK” and UPC code number 43078 01031 are printed on the back of the packing.
The Easter Spinning Egg Tops have Item # 1054 printed on the front of the packaging and are multi-colored and come in packages of a single egg and a rip cord. “Made in China for Tony Development and Mfg Ltd. TST, Kin, HK" and UPC code number 43078 01054 are printed on the back of the packaging.
You can find more information on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website.