Saturday, 7 April 2012

Hand-made chocolate egg

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You can find me in recipes...Turquoise chocolate egg

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11 comments:

  1. So very very pretty - I don't even like white chocolate but that beautiful shade of blue may have convinced me to give this a try. xx

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  2. This so amazing! It's like a classy kinder egg but even better. Your creations amaze me. :)

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  3. Absolutely stunning!!! You are so talented! Thank you for sharing all your lovely things with us!

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  4. That's gorgeous!
    It's so beautiful and pretty!
    I've never seen such a lovely Easter Egg, and you made it!!

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  5. Es una autentica preciosidad. Felicitaciones.

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  6. Hi Torie, this is my favourite colour and one of the prettiest things I think you have ever made! Loving your final shot featuring the carrots and the rabbit's buisy guarding your little ones blue egg. Happy Easter, which is my birthday this year, so I think I might get alot of easter eggs!! Sharon xx

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  7. Happy Easter!!!
    Great blog and photos! I love this post!
    I follow you and i would be happy if you could follow me back:-)
    Kisses
    Aga

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  8. How gorgeous, you make it seem so easy!

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  9. When I pour colouring to mz chocolate, it's consistence becomes weird, like if I over-heated it on the water bath :c It is not liquid at all

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    1. Hi, sorry to hear that, What did you use? the colouring should be powder colouring, if it is not, the chocolate will start to seize.

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