How to make Oekaki Gummy Land Kracie Poppin Cookin DIY Candy Kit
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Here are the steps on how to make Gummy Land Kracie Poppin Cookin DIY Candy Kit:
- First, we get water just up to the half of the dropper. Looks like just the below pic. take note of this as it will be use on the next steps.
2. Next is to squeeze the water from the dropper to the first slot with “1” on the mixing pallete.3. Then, we open one of the flavor packets. We choose the Lemon packet, that’s the yellow one.This is how it looks like the inside of the yellow packet. Fine yellow, sugar-looking powder. 4. Next is to pour all of it out on the palette where we put the water into. Mix well. 5. We will do steps 1-4 with the other two packets left, the Blue (Soda) and Red (Grape) packets.6. What we do next is to fill each slot we made earlier with another half dropper of water. And then mix it all well again. We think it is too thick if its just the half dropper of water. It is suprisingly fill up the slot when we put another half dropper of water in it, so we think it is just fine! What could go wrong? if its too sweet or sour, water could dilute the flavor, and it’s a favor to us because we really don’t like too sweet or too sour on a gummy candy.7. Next, is to open the pack of the Gummy powder, the Green packet. The powder in this packet is the same texture and look as the flavor packets, only this one is white in color. Looks like a really fine sugar. After opening, pour the powder directly onto the biggest portion of the mixing palette.
8. At this point, we are almost done with the half of the process. Distribute the Gummy powder evenly on the palette. We also have 3 colors that we can use as is or mixed to make new colors.
9. This step is so much fun. We will going to mix the flavors to make another color. These are some of the colors that we made. As for the “how much” we put in it, we just take what we think is enough, and make sure, the two colors are equal and will not spill on each of the little round slots in the palette. You can make as many colors as possible you want.
- Yellow + Blue = Green
- Blue + Red = Purple
- Yellow + Red = Orange
- Green + Blue + Red = Brown
10. We are now going to use these colors to make our actual Gummy Candy. We use the flower cookie cutter for our first gummy candy. Press it down the middle of the Gummy powder. This time it’s my daughter’s turn to fill it in with the colors she likes. I think this is the part where the term Oekaki fits in because you have to use your drawing skills and creativity to imagine how to you want the colors to look like and form on the gummy.
For this sample, my daughter picks yellow and drops a few in the middle of the flower cookie cutter mold. And then, she fills in the rest of it with the red mix solution.
To remove the gummy from the cookie cutter mold, simple use the fork that comes with the pack and push down the gummy to whichever container or plate you want. We use tissue on this because I assume there would be any residue from the drops or wetness and the tissue will absorb it off. Luckily there is none, only the back is a little sugary. Which means we only put enough liquid to form the gummy. But please NOTE! Do not use tissue as we did, because later as we did, the gummy when still wet is very sticky, and you don’t wanna stick them on the tissue. So, no, no, no, on the tissue.
Here are the other shapes that we made.
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