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Adorable Miniature DIY Chocolate's
Valentine's Day happened to sneak up on me this year. Only 3 more days! These great little chocolates are the perfect one–of–a–kind gift.
It's a bit harder, but totally worth it!


Materials:
A small rectangular blister box: like from a pill 
Foil
Cupcake cup
Glue
Toothpick with flat end
Hole punch
Eraser
Small piece of plastic sheet
Optional: Sticker of a chocolate company
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Picture from http://todominis.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/tutoriales-miniaturas.jpg


Instructions:

Step 1: Punch holes in your cupcake cup. Place them on your eraser. If your circle's are bigger than 1.5 - 1.75 cm, use a bigger round item, such as a blunt pencil. But always experiment!
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Step 2: Push the flat end of your toothpick onto the circle. 
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Step 3: Then press down on the toothpick, pushing the circle into the eraser.
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Step 4: Pull the toothpick out. Your circle should have formed a cup shape. Do this for all your circles.
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Step 5: Rip out a small piece of your gold foil
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Step 6: Roll this into a ball small enough to fit inside of your cup. Do this as many times as you need to fill all your cups.
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Step 7: Place a tinsy drop of glue on your toothpick's end.
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Step 8: Put this glue into your cup.
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Step 9: Carefully place your foil ball into the cup. Do with all of your cup's and foil's. I needed 40 chocolates, but you may not need that many.
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Step 10: Now that you are done with your chocolate, the easy part comes. Arrange the chocolates on your plastic sheet. They should be able to fit inside your blister box.
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Step 11: Cut the plastic to size. It should be the size of the blister box.
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Step 12: Spread glue (more than I did :) around the edge of your blister box and on the edges of your plastic sheet. I added my sticker during this step.
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Step 13:  Close it up and wait to dry. Trust me, it will take forever!!!!!

You are done with your totally awesome box of chocolate's!
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Original idea from: http://todominis.com/tutorial-ferrero-en-miniatura/
Until next time!
~Erin
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Comments

OMG
02/24/2014 6:47am

That's is the cutest thing I have ever seen in my life.....ferrero rocher ma fav

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Erin
02/24/2014 6:20pm

Thank you! Glad to know you like chocolates, mini or not! ;)

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Khadijah
11/04/2014 11:37am

How cute!

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Erin A
11/04/2014 12:57pm

Thanks! You're wishing there was a bigerator machine so you could eat those, right? :) :) :)

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Anya
04/07/2015 1:00pm

that is absolutely genious!!!!! :)

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07/25/2015 11:14am

Absolutely amazing,my wife's favorite chic so its only fitting I make this.thnx for tutorial

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Erin A
08/25/2015 1:39pm

Your welcome!

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