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Japanese DIY Candy Kits!

Hello Lovelies! 

Today I wanted to talk about Japanese DIY candy kits! They are super fun and a great way to entertain yourself for a little while. I like them because when I complete one I feel like I really earned the sweet I am about to have! My favorite ones are the NeruNeruNeru and Dodotto Tsubupyon. NeruNeruNeru is fun because it has a fizzy element and a candy element! I really like candies that fizz in your mouth so it's really fun for me. I like to Dodotto Tsubupyon because it also has the fizzy element and it comes with a really cute toy sea creature dropper to make the candy with (⌒▽⌒)☆

Here is my video about Japanese DIY Candy Kits!


IF you have these candies at home but can't read Japanese don't worry! I made individual videos for all the candies that show you step by step how to make them! 


Dodotto Tsubupyon (どどっと つぶぴょん) Tutorial!


Nerunerunerune (ねるねるねるね) Tutorial!


Oekaki Gummy Land (おえかきグミランド) Tutorial!


Tanoshii Cake-Ya San (たのしい カーキやさん)Tutorial!


All in all I really love Japanese DIY candy kits except for some of the kracie poppin' cookin' ones. Sometimes they just taste like nothing or really bland and boring and sometimes their texture isn't good. They are still fun to make and it's stull funny to make things like candy sushi.

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