Name of Product:
Easter Bunny and Boutique Butterfly Jewel Necklaces
The necklaces have high levels of cadmium. Cadmium is toxic if ingested by children and can cause adverse health effects.
April 27, 2023
This recall involves the Easter Bunny Necklace with model number 86140 and the Boutique Butterfly Jewel Necklace with model number 90422 printed on the back of the packaging. The recalled bunny necklaces have a white bunny holding an Easter egg and a gold-colored chain. The recalled butterfly necklaces have blue, pink or purple stones on the butterfly’s wings and a gold-colored chain. They were sold threaded through a white plastic backing. “Great Pretenders” is printed on the tag.
Consumers should immediately stop using the Easter Bunny and Boutique Butterfly Jewel Necklace and contact Creative Education of Canada for a full refund. Consumers should cut the recalled necklace chain in half (with scissors) and provide a photo to the firm as proof of destruction. The firm is contacting all known purchasers.
Toy and gift stores nationwide and online at greatpretenders.ca from January 2023 through March 2023 for about $2 (Easter Bunny necklace) and $4 (Boutique Butterfly Jewel necklace).
Creative Education of Canada Inc., of Canada
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