Painted chocolate party favors using Edible Art Paint make for a perfectly sweet edible party favor for events, weddings, celebrations or to use on place settings at Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving. The painted chocolate technique you'll learn in this post can be applied to a variety of chocolate shapes so you can adapt it to fit your event or season. Christie of Ritzy Parties is back to share how she took her gilded fall chocolates to the next level by painting a beautiful branch with flowers onto her acorn chocolates with edible art paint. They're almost to pretty to eat, almost.
Supply list for Painted Chocolate Party Favors Using Edible Art Paint:
White Chocolate Almond Bark or Ghiradeli White Candy Melts
To do the gold gilded part of the chocolate painting view our gilded fall chocolates using edible art paint post. You'll find tips on how to prep your chocolate for painting in that post too. Once you've read that then you are ready to add some extra painted details to your acorn chocolates. Follow the steps below to create a branch with flowers look.
To begin the detailed branch and flower painted design, a fine detail brush was dipped in brown edible paint, and branches were painted directly onto the chocolate, as thin as possible.
The same branch design is painted down the opposite side of the acorn chocolate, to create symmetry. The basic shape of a rose was then painted in multiple spots around the branch using Peach Edible Paint.
Allow your painted chocolates to dry then decide how you want to use them for your party favors. You can place one on a plate for a place setting for a dinner or celebration. These would be lovely for Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving. Wrap them up in cellophane bags and close with a bow and tag to place above the place. Write the name of the person you want to sit at that seat and you have an elegant edible name marker for your dinner.
We hope you've enjoyed learning how to make Christie's painted chocolate party favors using edible art paint. If this technique seems out of your comfort zone to try you can learn how to add gold accents in our gilded fall chocolate post. We'd love to see your candy making and if you give this a try. Tag us on social at "@bakerspartyshop #BPSsweetie" so we can see and share your sweet creations! Head to @bakerspartyshop on Instagram for videos and behind the scenes fun on our feed and in our stories.
Christie, Esther & Shauna
This post was written, styled and photographed by Christie Troxell of Ritzy Parties for Bakers Party Shop. Forward and photo editing by Esther. If you share a photo from our post a link must be displayed back to this post and credit given to Ritzy Parties and Bakers Party Shop. All photos in this post and content are copyright of Ritzy Parties - Bakers Party Shop, All rights reserved 2018.
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