Fantasy Chocolate…

chocolate.jpgI eventually used the bittersweet chocolate covered cherries with the holes in the middle farther up on the chocolate necklaces. The add-on beads were larger and feature a hole about two thirds of the way up and farther back. The faux  Heath Bar slices hit the trash can= not realistic enough and distracting from the flow of the necklace.

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3 Responses to “Fantasy Chocolate…”


  1. 1 Kristy November 13, 2007 at 6:15 pm

    I would love some tips on this as I have been interested in making poly chocolate for a long time. This looks divine!

  2. 2 lindly November 14, 2007 at 4:43 am

    Wearable Chocolate

    Saturday January 19th, 2008 1-4 Upper conference
    Annandale.VA
    $45 (includes supplies)
    RSVP Lindlyh@aol.com

    Wearable chocolate is no-carb, fat-free and delightful to the eye. Using custom made molds and specific sculpting techniques, you will explore strategies for making evocative replications of your favorite chocolate, Learn how to mix convincing versions of milk, bittersweet and dark chocolate using polymer clay and to capture the maker’s marks of world class chocolateurs. Then have fun designing a sampler necklace or bracelet while learning valuable polymer clay techniques, tricks and tips.

  3. 3 Varda November 15, 2007 at 5:37 am

    Hi Lindly
    That is a clever idea. I made some chocolate candy a while ago and finally decided to make a chocolate clock out of them check it out
    http://entertainment.webshots.com/photo/2582594320014871542JvRMrz
    Varda


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