In one of my previous posts about Korea’s toy stores, I told you guys about the awesome food kits they sold. Well, I loved the kits so much (might’ve been the cute packaging too by the way…), that I actually got myself a couple of kits. Just so I could try them out at home (a.k.a. play with clay 😀 ) and ofcourse, to share the experience with you guys. (Yes, I’m aware of my age hehe…) Because I wanted to prevent photo-overload in the toy store-blog (which still ended up to be photo-overloaded hehe.. ^^”), I’m sharing the pictures of my little haul in this post today 😀
Sushi kit. Includes: 5 colors clay, 2 sushi molds, 2 clay shaping tools
I coudn’t wait and already tried the sushi kit (shown in picture above) in Korea. You guys, it was so much fun! (I’m like a 10 year old sometimes…) I added faces and stuff to the sushies and they look sooo adorable! (If I may say so myself.) It would be cool if I could put these on keychains and stuff like IcePandora does with her crafts. (I love her blog by the way, check it out ♥_♥) It took about 5 days for the clay to completely harden (it’s not the kind of clay you bake).
Pastry (Dounts :’) ) and sandwich kit. Includes: clay, 2 molds, 2 shaping tools
Ice cream (sandwich) kit. Includes: 5 colors clay, 3 molds, 2 shaping tools, cardboard ice cream parlor
Donut kit. Includes: 6 colors clay, 1 donut tutorial card, 2 shaping tools, cardboard donut box
Chocolates kit. Includes: 7 colors clay, 1 mold, 2 shaping tools, 1 set chocolate wrappers, 1 cardboard chocolate box
Besides these kits I got some extra boxes of plain white clay and an icing-set too 😛 The white clay can be colored using water based markers (which I also got). Okay, so I might’ve overdone it a teenie-tiny-bit, but it’s not like I get to go to Korea that often, right? 😉 Anyway, it’s definitely a good thing I don’t live in Korea, because I would probably become broke on toys (and food) after a while hehe… I will be making some more miniature clay food when I get the time and I can’t wait to share some video’s on these boxes with you guys. To be continued… 😉