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Girl Gourmet Candy Jewel Factory Oven
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- Make Your Own Hard Candy Jewelry
- Eat it or Wear It
- Make Sweet Gifts for your friends
- Make Rings, Lockets and Charms
- Includes Oven, molds, hard candy pellets, sprinkle packets. Plastic ring bases and covers, and a plastic locket
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Add your favorite candy sprinkle/pellet combination into the mold.
Use the oven tool to insert the mold into the oven.
And in 45 minutes you'll have delicious hard-candy jewelry!
Make it, Wear it, Eat it
The Candy Jewel Factory Oven includes packets of colored candy sprinkles, pellets, and string, along with a plastic locket and ring cover. The options for kinds of jewelry your child can make are numerous -- whether it's a necklace, bracelet, ring, or even a headband!
To make the jewelry, simply add your favorite candy sprinkle/pellet combination into the mold of your choice, and use the oven tool to insert the mold into the oven. Once your hard candy is formed, the oven will finish baking and go into its cooling process before allowing the oven door to open. The entire process takes up to 45 minutes at the most.
Please note: The oven only uses a 40-Watt 120V Small Base Candelabra Blunt Tip Light Bulb, which is not included.
Smart Safety Features and Cool Jewelry
To avoid any burns or misuse, the oven will reopen only after it has finished its entire cooling process -- an excellent safety precaution. Also, if the oven's button is turned to "on," even while unplugged, the oven door will not open. Though adult supervision is always required, the extra safety features will help make parents comfortable with their child using it.
Your child will enjoy making their own edible hard candy jewelry. The oven allows your child to show off their creativity, wear their cool and "sweet" designs for the world to see, and then eat them as a special snack. And with all the included candy packets along with the ring and locket accessories, the options for imaginative play are endless.
What's in the Box
Oven, candy molds, plastic ring base, plastic ring cover, plastic heart-shaped locket, two packets of candy pellets, packet of star sprinkles, packet of rainbow sprinkles, packet of pearl sprinkles, packet of candy string, and instructions.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
We searched all our light fixtures in the house to "borrow" one; however this one uses a special small based blunt tip 40W chandelier bulb.
Once we found this specialty bulb at a large retail hardware store, she filled her little mold tray. It took about 1 1/2 hours to make 4 tiny pieces of candy and about 4 minutes for her to string it through a licorice rope and eat it. The refill kits are expensive. You're better off getting a roll of Lifesavers and stringing them on licorice ropes or yarn because that's basically what this is!
Make sure you have a 40-watt blunt end small lightbulb (like old christmas lights).
This requires high dexterity for kids. The candy pieces are very small and will make a mess. It does come with 2 molds, but the molds are small so be aware that getting the candy inside the mold, vs on the mold/table/floor/everywhere is quite difficult even for me as an adult. My kids were already frustrated at this point.
The "oven" doesn't heat evenly and some candy melts while others just sit there.
My kids basically spent about 2 hours to get 3 small pieces of candy. I paid $[...] plus tax at Wal-Mart. $[...] can buy a lot of candy and I wouldn't have a plastic piece of junk laying around.
Take your kid to a local candy store and have them show them how they make the candy. Then buy some candy. Much better experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was Bought for our Grand Daughter for Christmas 2012. Now the Candy is no longer available due to this product being discontinued.Published on September 25, 2013 by Beth
It was a gift for my granddaughter. She really loves it and has a lot of fun playing with it.Published on August 25, 2013 by Bonnie W.
My Daughter received this new candy maker for her 10th B-day(ordered online)from her Aunt. She LOVES it! And yes-it REALLY DOES work in creating real candy jewelry. Read morePublished on November 5, 2011 by Tabs
Our daughter wanted this so badly for Christmas - when she saw it, she jumped up and down and waved her arms around - it didn't work. Read morePublished on October 23, 2011 by Sandra Reay
My daughter got this as a birthday gift- and it didn't work. We tried it three different times and each one was a failure. Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by A. Gurowitz
The Jewel Candy Factory is not worth the money. My daughter became frustrated with it very quickly. The little candies kept falling off and were messy. Read morePublished on May 19, 2011 by VLB
I am shocked that there are reviewers who gave this product anything more than 1 star. If I could give it zero stars, I would! Read morePublished on March 23, 2011 by Maria L.
My 11 year old cousin got this for Christmas.She loves it because she loves to cook and she cooks for her brothers. Read morePublished on March 14, 2011 by teraze
My daughter who is now 6yr has been using this little oven for over a year now. She loves it and so do her friends! It it very easy for her to use on her own. Read morePublished on December 19, 2010 by hm