Tuesday, 15 November 2011

The amazing DIY sushi candy set !

The box and its contents
Water is added to the sweet powder to form a paste

Squeezing the spaghetti out of the piper bag


For Valentine's day this year I received a cute little sweetie set instead of the conventional chocolates, I really can't believe I've waited this long to open it though!
My boyfriend had bought it from Cybercandy along with some other really cute biscuits and sweeties!

The box along is sweet enough to eat! It's so colourful and it also has all the instructions on the back of the box. The set is for making a set lunch of rice balls, spaghetti and mushroom etc but all made from sweet powders!
Each piece of 'food' is made from different sachets of powder which smells incredibly sweet. They are all colour coded so it's not a problem even though I cannot ready the Japanese text!

I had so much fun making it for roughly 30 minutes but only took me a minute or two to eat the whole thing! lol! I've taking some photos to illustrate the steps it took to be completed!


  1. These really do look like so much fun! I have seen a couple of "tutorials" on youtube making these awesome sweets and i got so excited and intrigued with these sweets i got my husband to watch the vids too! hehe lol!! I will have to check out the website your boyfriend got them from :)

    By the way I have just found your site and your jewellery creations are amazing, you are so talented :) I am going to start making jewellery this year, i have got 2 illnesses so i am unable to do alot of things but i love jewellery so i thought it would be lovely hobby for me start and do at my own pace. I hope i can succeed my new mission of 2012 :) xxx

  2. Thank you BabyNat for your kind words ;) I hope you'll enjoy making jewellery as much as I do! It's definitely a fun hobby to start, there are so many different styles/ designs you can come up with and it's great when you get loads of compliments! Good luck with your new mission! xx