3.Make Your Creations
Here are a few examples to consider:
1. Bring your creations to life
If you want your creations to grab children’s attention, it’s vital they seem to have a life of their own.
Feel free to give them facial expressions – pay particular attention to the eyes and mouth – and to create a character series using chocolates of different colors or with a range of expressions.
You also have the choice of either opting for a traditional mold or revisiting a classic such as an egg or bunny to transform it into a stylized character or alter its volume or shape.
Every Easter, you use a double-dose of creativity to create unique chocolates. From characters to molded items and desserts, chocolate has an endlessly versatile range of ways to not just taste delicious but look gorgeous too.
And while looks are certainly an important factor in winning over children, they’re no less so when it comes to grown-ups too! Here are a few tips to help you create original products which will dazzle your littlest customers.
2. Play with colors and shapes
Over the past few years, there has been a trend for playing with volumes by combining simple shapes with shimmering colors, and there are an infinite number of ways to do it.
You could add chocolate decorations such as butterflies, ribbons, flowers or transfers to suit your style. Your more gourmet customers will also appreciate dual-color creations that let them explore two new flavors in a single creation.