Make these adorable apothecary-style candy jars for your next party. Or, heck, keep ’em around the house all the time! Just find some of those pedestal style candle holders, spray paint them a funky color and you’re on your way. Read more about this DIY project at thisoldchair.blogspot.com.
Check out these teeny tiny plastic sweets sold by Etsy seller misssapporo. And what are these little cuties for you ask? As far as I can tell they were designed to drive me insane with jeaolusy that I can’t own every single one of them. Ha! Seriously though. I believe they are from Japan and are used to make adorable kawaii “Fruits-style” jewelry, barrettes, etc.
Prepare to have your mind blown in a way that only wacky, ingenious Japanese toy makers can do. This toy/kit comes with different kinds of powders which you mix with water and then form into edible candy that looks like spaghetti and pizza. Insane!
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I love making edible goodies for holiday gifts. It’s a great thing for people on your list who either don’t need more stuff or for whom you just don’t know what to buy. These cherry mice look so easy too! All you need is: meltable chocolate, maraschino cherries, chocolate kisses, and almond slivers. Check out the awesome detailed step-by-step tutorial at omnomicon.com.
If you’ve been dreaming of gnawing on a gigundo 5 pound, 12,600 calorie gummi bear, dream no more. It can be yours for $29.95 at PepetualKid.com. (And it’s hand made in the good ol’ USA!)
These Sour Patch Kids commercials crack me up. Plus they do a great job of capturing the experience of eating this candy. haha!
Candy-themed barrettes. Handmade by Charcoal Designs.
It’s good to be a kid in Japan. This candy making toy is just one example. See more pictures at the manufacturer’s website megahouse.co.jp.
It’s just so itty bitty! And the “candy” is handmade from polymer clay. You can buy it at Girlzlyfe.com.
Old-fashioned, teeny, tiny, licorice pigs! Each tin contains a bag of black licorice pigs and a bag of red licorice pigs. Available at CandyWarehouse.com.