Edible Design by the Candy Converters

Candy Converters sells edible paper designs, which are glutenfree, vegetarian, sugar free and biodegradable (if you choose not to eat it)! it's healthy candy for you as well for the environment! Various products for a great party or just to decorate your interior without producing waste! The products range from edible coasters, edible table mats, edible flags, edible bunting, edible calender, edible confetti, edible hearts etc, all in lovely pastel colors, which dissolve when in contact with water. It is a totally natural product, so if you throw confetti outside, no worries, after one rainshower it will be gone! The products are designed by Barbara Vos and Ida van Esch. Order your edible products here! 

Candy Calendar

An edible weekly calendar (kalender in Dutch) in beautiful different pastel colours like pink, blue and green. One page contains 7 (one for each day)  little shapes to tear and eat.  Eat through the week and decorate your breakfasts, snacks end desserts. A healthy party every day!  

Finish Flags

Imagine you have a cake decorated with chocolate leaves, and everyone is fighting for those choco extras? With these flags (vlaggetjes in Dutch) this is no longer a problem. First, eat the chocolate yourself.  And then put a flag in each piece of pie. Solved! Piece of cake! Everybody happy! 

Delicate Dots

Delicate Dots, Big Confetti! Except, these you don’t throw on the floor, but on whipped cream, in your custard or as a cupcake decoration. By the way, if something still gets on the floor, then the dog has an after party! Or send a bag as a thank-you-gift!

Dutch Parties are called 'feestjes'

Dutch people always have a reason to celebrate, to have a 'feestje'. We celebrate holidays like Christmas, Carnival, Easter, but also birthdays, baptisms, getting your driving license, buying or selling a house or newborn kittens. If you really want to, there's a celebration opportunity every weekend, every day even!


Sometimes we celebrate at home with a gezellig (typical Dutch) bakkie coffee, or we celebrate with a bunch of wild women at the beach drinking champagne. But what's almost never missing is a pie or cake and decoration like candles, confetti and flags to have a great (kids) party, high tea or business lunch.


In order to get a better picture of our party traditions, we describe how a Dutch party could look like... Very often we hang ‘slingers’ (bunting). On the ceiling, in a tree or we lay them between the food on the table. We decorate the table with beautiful cloths, napkins & placemats. And if we hold our hands on top of our glasses, we love to throw confetti (and  we'll find them a few weeks later between the pillows of the couch).

We sell all of the above-mentioned ingredients to make a great party! And the fun of these party accessories is: You can eat them all! You never waste anything! (Just separating your packaging remains!). So, in the mood for something different? Let's party and eat this!