1 toolbox mould
1 set of tools mould
250g milk or dark chocolate
1 small gold board for packaging
Clear cellophane for packaging
Fathers' Day stickers
Beige paper raffia
Cut the mould in half so that the lid and the box are separate. This prevents
the chocolate running out of the lid when poured because it can now stand flat.
Gently melt your chocolate in the microwave or in a double boiler. It is very
important that you do not overheat your chocolate particularly for this project
because box moulds will buckle if you pour into them chocolate that is too hot.
If your chocolate is a little too hot stir it till it cools down. Mix four
tablespoons of mint chips into your melted chocolate. Now pour the chocolate
into both the box and lid halves of the mould. Fill both to the top. Tap both
sides so that the chocolate runs smooth and the air bubbles are released. Place
them both in the freeze to set. The lid should set before the box so make sure
you remove it earlier. Now fill the set of tools mould with melted chocolate and
place that too into the freezer to set. When the box and lid have set remove
them from the mould and place the empty box onto the gold board. Also remove the
chocolate tools from the mould and place them into the empty chocolate toolbox
and then cover the toolbox with the chocolate lid. Now wrap up your box neatly
with cellophane and add a Fathers' Day sticker to finish it off.