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Make Your Chocolate Butterflies

admin November 26, 2012 How To 6 Comments




Decorate your cupcakes, cakes and much more! You want to keep your tiny artwork inside the freezer before you will need to use them, and try no to handle them any more than necessary. They crack without difficulty, particularly if they’re thin or large.

Press all the chocolate into the corner of the bag and draw your butterfly on the parchment paper, with the crease as a guide for the centre of the butterfly’s body. Begin with drawing a stick in that crease, adding wings on either side. Try for symmetry, do not worry a lot. You need to maintain your hand moving in a steady, flowing motion so you do not get any lumps or thin spots.

Carefully lift your parchment and set up it in your folded card stock, lining up the crease in the paper with the fold in the card stock. This folding lifts the wings of the butterflies.

Set the butterflies inside the freezer to harden. Keep them a minimum three minutes – or even longer in case you have time. You will know your butterflies are ready when their wings peel easily out of the parchment paper.

Photo source:  welivedhappilyeverafter.blogspot.com




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  2. Urban Gardening November 27, 2012 at 4:58 pm

    It was amazing idea to create this kinds of work!

  3. Samuel Jeffery November 28, 2012 at 10:15 am

    These almost look too lovely to eat :)

  4. Katie December 12, 2012 at 10:09 pm

    Such an adorable idea! :) I love it. Using the open book to form them was super clever.

  5. northierthanthou December 21, 2012 at 8:55 am

    Super cool concept.

  6. Elmo January 13, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    If you leave the chocolate to dry naturally without aid of fridge it will maintain its shine. Fridge setting gives it the frosty look

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