sweet candy box


A box full of Russian candy! (from eBay)

What’s in the box:

- 1 Alyonka chocolate bar (divided into separate mini-bars, each foil-wrapped)
- 1 packet of chocolate-covered caramelized nuts
- 2 Russian marshmallows
- 1 box of traditional khalva
- 1 bar of sunflower seeds brittle, 1 bar of peanut brittle
- 11 different candy bars
- 2 mini-bars of Alyonka milk chocolate
- 6 invidual candies (2 of each: Korovka - milk fudge, Batonchik - praline, chocolate-covered khalva)
- 1 tiny box of honey (1-2 teaspoon of honey)

Total 27 pcs, total weight 1.6 kg (3.5 pounds)

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  • Stephanie: ...And so the Serial Romantic was taken care of.
  • Tim: You beat him over the head with a Valentine's Day chocolate box.
  • Stephanie: And?
  • Tim: And at least use the candy hearts, they're disgusting. Chocolate boxes have raspberry creme.
  • Stephanie: THOSE ARE MINE.

My first sweet box was sold within minutes after I posted it on eBay (yay!) So here’s my second box. It’s a smaller one and has different types of sweet things: chocolate, cookies, wafers, brittle. 

What’s in the box:

- 1 Vdokhnoveniye Creamy Liquor chocolate bar (divided into separate mini-bars, each foil-wrapped)
- 1 aerated chocolate bar
- 1 large bar of sunflower seeds brittle
- 1 pack of sandwich cookies with a milk filling
- 1 pack of wafers
- 4 different candy bars
- 2 invidually wrapped pieces of chocolate-covered khalva, 1 Korovka - sugar fudge, 1 batonchik - praline
- 2 packets of instant cocoa

Total 15 pcs, total weight 1 kg (2.2 lbs)

Get it on eBay here → http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/252547940153


Tonight I tried the Poppin’ Cookin bento set. It’s a DIY candyby Kracie meant to look like a Japanese bento lunch.
As is pretty common with these, there’s a bit of work that goes into it. This kit had seven coloured powders that you mix with water to make the parts, then assembly. It actually took about 15 minutes not including putting together the display that’s assembled from the wrapper (*´∇`*). It was a labor of love though since I really enjoy putting them together.
It turned out pretty cute too (even though it’s not exactly like the picture)
Now the taste. It’s bad. The noodles were my favorite since they were peach, but they had unusual texture that was weird to me. The rice balls were bland and only got taste from the black ‘nori’ which wasn’t enough to make them good. The meatballs were the same, bland. And the broccoli, egg and octopus hot dog all had a good flavour, but they were slimy and weird (the little octopus was cute though)
Still, that being said, I would totally reccomend this kit. The DIY candies aren’t about taste, they’re about the fun of making it yourself and this certainly delivered on that front. It was a joy to put together and even without English instructions I was able to do it. Give it a try if you get the chance!♪(๑ᴖ◡ᴖ๑)♪
Have you tried any DIY candy kits? Any requests for future ones?

anonymous asked:

my mum just out of the blue bought me the sweet like candy box with the perfume, lotion and a washbag like omg she's so sweet! i hadn't gotten any of ariana's perfume stuff yet and it was just such a lovely gesture and it smells SO GOOD the bottle is adorable

that’s so sweet!!!

her perfumes are perfect!

Jonghyun/Taemin; Toaster; PG

the one were nothin rly happens but its cute uwu

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