Asda Jewellery Laces *

Asda Jewellery Laces *

Prepare to release your inner child with the new Asda Jewellery Laces* because this is where playing with your food is encouraged! Recently released Asda Jewellery Laces are here to get your creativity juices flowing, and comprises of multicoloured laces and different shaped charms 

Although the ingredient list is never going to be perfect, these are sweets after all, they are however free from artificial colours and flavours, and are vegetarian friendly, which is a bonus. As you can see it is colour galore. With the laces long enough to make necklaces and bracelets, the multicoloured charms come in flower, star, heart and circle shapes. 

Asda Jewellery Laces and Charms“Sweet laces and charms perfect for creating your own collection of tasty accessories”

The flavour of each colour isn’t specified per say but each have a fruity flavour, some more so than others. My favourite by far is the dark cherry coloured laces, and I don’t even mind the yellow and orange, which are the ones I usually avoid. Looking at the ingredient list the flavourings come from Fruit and Vegetable Concentrates – Safflower, Spirulina, Sweet Potato, Apple, Carrot, Hibiscus, Radish, Cherry. 

Jewellery Laces

Fruity and chewy these Jewellery Laces are fun. Create anything you want, mix and match flavours the world is your oyster here. The little charms were bendy and flexible enough to thread through the laces, and most importantly were soft enough that you aren’t going to break a tooth. The laces were pretty stretchy; knot, braid, twist, they were stronger than I had anticipated.

Asda Jewellery Laces Sweets

If you are a fan of the traditional Lace sweets then I think you are going to love these Asda Jewellery Laces too. It’s nice to see something a little more creative, not only are they fun, you get multiple flavours and they taste good. 

Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x

*These were a sample in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own

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