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My First Candy Shop

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My First Candy Shop
Have you ever wanted to own your own candy shop? Imagine, gazing at the veritable rainbow of candies all around you, just waiting to be eaten. You could dole out candy into a little bag, weigh it, stick a bow on it and send it on its way to be enjoyed by a fellow Candy Addict. Or, you could hide behind the counter, secretly sampling your merchandise. For quality control purposes, of course.

Well, now that dream can become a reality (sort of) thanks to “My First Candy Shop!” Within a diminutive plastic carrying case you will find all the things you need to have your very own mini candy shop! The kit includes a tiny working scale, teensy scoop, little plastic bags, and a small container filled with multi-colored candies that look a lot like Tart-n-Tinys, though I suspect they taste much more generic, and not nearly as delicious.

My First Candy Shop Case
For me, the likelihood that I will enjoy something increases exponentially if it has been miniaturized to adorable proportions (this rule does not apply to mini candy bars, which are not so much adorable as they are infuriating). This is why I find the mini candy store especially appealing. If you had some tiny friends, like the Keebler Elves, you could invite them over for some candy. Maybe negotiate a trade for some of their cookies. Or, you could pretend you were a giant, dwarfing “My First Candy Shop” with your extreme size! Not that I have ever done anything like that. I certainly never terrorized my little sister’s Polly Pocket Village, Godzilla style. Ahem, moving on.

Even if the candy is not the tastiest, “My First Candy Shop” is really adorable and that’s enough for me. After all, can you really put a price on cute? Apparently you can, and that price is $2.99!

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6 Responses to “My First Candy Shop”

  1. 1
    Breanna says:

    I totally get miniature = somehow more delicious. Was anyone else angry when the mini tins of Altoids turned out to have regular-sized mints in them!!!

  2. 2
    Brian says:

    Breanna – have you tried the Altoids Smalls? they are mini mints. So cute.

  3. 3
    cds says:

    and i guess when you finish, you can replenish with “dark” m&ms and use snack size baggies!

  4. 4
    Rich says:

    Great piece, very colorful and displays very well. Every collector should have one.

  5. 5
    jay says:

    Hello people Does anyone own a candy store, whould be nice to pass some experience. where to buy candy and how much does it cost to open a store.etc thanks in advance

  6. 6
    kristen says:

    hey this was very intersting love the website!!!

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