Let’s have a pearl party! Join us for a shuckin’ good time as we chat about all things Lil’ Shuckies in our #ShuckIt Twitter Party, sponsored by WeCool Toys, on Friday, June 28 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m EDT. Join us for an hour full of fun, trivia, and awesome giveaways! During the party, you’ll learn all about WeCool’s slimy Lil’ Shuckies AND you’ll have multiple chances to win your own shucktacular prizes!  See the pearly prizes up for grabs below.

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Bring the popular Facebook “pearl parties” into your homes with Lil’ Shuckies from WeCool Toys. Lil’ Shuckies includes a line of colorful shells with a surprise pearl for kids to shuck and reveal the treasures inside. Kids will use the pink scaled shucking tool to open the shells and discover the stretchy Compound Kings glitzy slime and shiny pearls inside. Each Lil’ Shuckies package includes a set of small pearl beads and string for kids to create beaded bracelets starring the mystery collectible pearl they find inside each shell. There are 24 pearls to collect in all, including common, rare, and ultra rare colors to make bracelets, collect, or swap. The glittery, ombre shells come in teal, pink, purple, and coral colors and are available in single and triple packs for more shucking and beading fun.

Ages: 4+
MSRP: $4.99-$9.99

Four lucky winners will take home a Lil’ Shuckies, and one grand prize winner will win the massive Lil’ Shuckies prize pack, including two Lil’ Shuckies and two Fluffy Cloudz!

Be sure to follow @compoundkings and @thetoyinsider and tweet with #ShuckIt to learn about these pearly fun reveals from WeCool Toys!

Plus, don’t forget to follow our awesome panelists, @lifeshehas, @SahmReviews, @sarahbmock, @suburbanwifedp, and @doughmesstic.


*You MUST RSVP AND participate in the Twitter Party to be eligible to win! Open to U.S. residents only!*

About the author

Miranda Siwak

Miranda Siwak

Miranda Siwak is an assistant editor at Adventure Media & Events, where she writes for the Pop Insider and the Toy Insider, and also contributes to The Toy Book. When she’s not covering the latest news and trends, she can usually be found reading a good book, searching for her next DIY project, or keeping up with all of her favorite must-watch TV.