If you’re a fan of fake food crafts, then chances are you probably already know about Whipple kits. If not, then you’re in for a real treat! Whipple kits make it very easy to decorate and enjoy cute food accessories like keychains and jewelry, especially if you’re not into creating your own parts with clay. Each kit comes with at least one bag of fake whipped cream (the “Whipple”) and a myriad of decorations to customize each piece. Here are a few of my favorites!
The Premiere Accessories set is one of the newest releases. The set includes supplies to turn your creations into things like a necklace, ring, and keychains. The metallic embellishments remind me of the Q-pot style!
If you’re a fan of the cute Sylvanian Families/Calico Critters toys, the Sylvanian Families set might be right up your alley. Just look at that bunny macaron!
Speaking of macarons, Whipple also makes an entire animal macaron set. It offers 4 cute critter cookies for you to decorate and turn into keychains. Can you tell I have a thing for animal-themed food?
The colorful deco sweets set includes a ton of different sweets and decorations to use, such as a 3D cookies and several cakes. What I really like about the larger Whipple sets is that they always come with so many things to assemble and decorate!
You can watch many of the Whipple kits being made on the HMS2 YouTube channel. My favorite thing to do with my completed Whipple pieces is to make them into keychain and bag charms. When the pieces are larger I always use them as cute decorative trinkets. They also make great props for larger dolls or plushes!
If you’d like to buy, Amazon Japan has a wide range of Whipple kits or you can find some on Hobby Link Japan. Both sites can ship internationally.
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.