I used dark modeling chocolate to create the pupils in the eyes, but you can simply
color some white modeling chocolate with black food coloring instead.
modeling chocolate and color it red. Color some green too. Also
color a small amount of white modeling chocolate black (or use dark
For detailed coloring instructions, go here. This is where I wear those food handling gloves, otherwise my hands turn a rainbow of colors.
green, white, black (or dark) modeling chocolate to 1/16th of an
inch thickness. Use the egg shaped cookie cutter to cut out red and green light bulbs.
pastry tip to cut two small circles
for each of the eyes out of white modeling chocolate.
To do this you’ll want to press the pastry tip, tip side down, into
the modeling chocolate cutting a small circle, then turn it upside
down and tap on counter and the circles will drop out the larger end
of the tip. I usually cut a bunch of circles, before turning the tip
upside down. Use the same technique and the #10 tip to cut noses out of red and green. Then use the #4 tip to cut black circles for the pupils.
of paper, or hand cut your own templates. Set the template over
some white modeling chocolate and cut out around it. Use a knife and gently press it into the piece of modeling chocolate to create horizontal lines. Brush on silver luster dust, if you want your screw caps to look like metal. (I used a cotton ball to add the luster dust.)
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