Monday, December 17, 2012

Annual Chocolate Making Day

It's time to take a break from paper crafting and have a little Christmas fun. I invited my friends over for our annual hand-painted chocolate making party and I thought I would share the experience. We started with 19 bags of chocolate and 6 hours later, had made multiple trays of hand-painted candy and still had 3 bags of candy left. Everyone was too tired to melt down the final bags!

 Hand-painting the chocolate molds takes a steady hand and lots of concentration.

Once the mold is filled, you have to check for bubbles! From left to right, Nevaeh, Grace, Morgan and Maranna.

 Nevaeh wound up making the most chocolates of anyone!

 Grace and Nevaeh pose with Grace's chocolates.

 Betsy's smile says it all!

Morgan's collection of chocolates ranged from cute little train pieces to beautifully marbled snowflakes.

Maranna had quite an assortment. The snow men and other big ones have Oreos in them and they are good!

Maranna shows of her chocoloates with one of the SVG Cuts boxes I made for the party.

Thanks for visiting, hope you had a great weekend!



Crafting Katie said...

What a fun day! It looks like everybody has a blast, and the candy ended up looking quite delicious! I love how it looks in your cute box!

Lady Fair said...

This looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing, Linda.

Linda Kaiser said...

A special thanks to all the candy artists! We had a great time!


Momof4inArlington said...

What a fun, (if not sticky), way to spend the day!

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