It's a bit harder, but totally worth it!
A small rectangular blister box: like from a pill
Toothpick with flat end
Small piece of plastic sheet
Optional: Sticker of a chocolate company
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!
Step 2: Push the flat end of your toothpick onto the circle.
Step 3: Then press down on the toothpick, pushing the circle into the eraser.
Step 4: Pull the toothpick out. Your circle should have formed a cup shape. Do this for all your circles.
Step 5: Rip out a small piece of your gold foil
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.
Step 7: Place a tinsy drop of glue on your toothpick's end.
Step 8: Put this glue into your cup.
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.
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.
Step 11: Cut the plastic to size. It should be the size of the blister box.
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.
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!
Until next time!
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