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I am planning to make a pirate ship cake for my DS's birthday and have been searching for some fish shape sweets to use in the decoration. Have tried Asda, Morrisons and Tesco with no luck. Any ideas?
M&S do fizzy fishwww.britishsupermarketworldwide.com/acatalog/info_34649.html
Thanks, no time to order online as party on Sunday but will try M&S on Friday. Thanks again.
And I think the Natural Confectionery Company (yummy!) do some fish ones.
ikea do "swedish fish" sweets
If you can find a traditional sweet shop you should be able to get some of those chewy pink shrimp sweets
Katjes salty fish (strong licorice) are black and would look good on a pirate ship.
prob not right for the cake - but Ikea do fish shaped icecube makers which are v cute!I put orange juice in so they look like goldfish - tis v cute.
oo repetition.Minus 3 points for poor composition style.
Can you get hold of Yorkshire Mixture? hard boiled sweets, they have fishes in! I live in Yorkshire so not to sure if it is just a local product, but they sell them in asda and tesco, about 80 pence a bag!
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