I'm going to use cold porcelain, and I just round it into a rectangular ball - if that makes sense - or like a ball-shape. I take a little piece from it and lay it to the side. I stick a toothpick through the clay, and I try to mold it into a marshmallow shape (around the toothpick). Then, using the piece that I put aside, I'm going to roll that into a long line. This is going to be the long line on top of the chocolate, depending on what kind of chocolate you want to make and what decoration you want to make, because you could also just do something like this and paint it brown so it looks like lifted-up chocolate. I just put the line as a zig-zag - something like this (0:57) - and the chocolate has a hole in it. Then I just left the clay to dry overnight.
The next chocolate that I made was a chocolate bar. I used a certain tool, but you can use a toothpick, to dent the sides (of the bar). I also went across and down the bar with dents (tic-tac-toe style), creating a bunch of little rectangles, like that (1:20). In the center of each little rectangle, I pressed the tool to make a dent. After that, I'm going to make a bite mark...Actually, first, I'm going to go to the ends of each little dent line that I made (on the sides of the porcelain piece), and press the clay so that it looks like the chocolate bar segments are a little more separated. Now I'm going to make bite marks using this cookie-cutter tool (1:55) for clay. I'm just going to make 2 cuts in one corner. Now I'm going to mold the piece a little bit so that it looks better. After that, I use the (first) piercing tool to put a hole in another corner of the piece so that I can use the piece as a pendant.
Now you can see that these clay jewelry pieces are all painted (2:26). I just painted the chocolate brown and the top strips white, which was really easy. I had to mix up a couple of colors, and that's why my fingers are all colors. Then, for the hearts that I made, I just painted a peachy color...One of the pieces is just a rounded dark chocolate, so it's darker than the other ones. Some of these are actually the same (as the first piece previously described) but smaller, because they're going to be earrings. I made bite marks for one of the chocolate earrings, using the same peach color I used for the hearts; this one I love, especially because of the bite mark. I think it looks so funny...Here is the other earring (3:05). As for the chocolate bar, I used the same brown that I used for the dark chocolate on this one's dents and bite marks, so that the bar looks like it has different shadings.
So now that I've done that, I'm going to show you guys how I made the jewelry. For the earrings, this is how I did them (3:47)...The basic step that you need to learn is how to bend the wire. I don't really need to show you how I did it, but I'll show you anyway. I took a piece of wire (about 3 inches) and some pliers, and all I did was bend one end into a hook, like this (4:08). That's basically what you're going to do when repeating that. I made a (small) loop out of wire that I bent, and I put the heart piece on it. Then I placed the loop on the hook (and closed the hook). After I did that, I did the same step with a round chocolate piece, except that there are 2 loops for this one: there's one on the bottom, and there's one on the top. So now I can connect the next piece of wire (via the wire's hook onto the loop) - which has all the beads - and I'm just going to bend the opposite end of this new wire piece.
I did the same thing for the pendants (4:48): I just made 2 wire loops on each of the chocolate pieces - one on either end - and connected the pieces end to end by (temporarily) opening their loops then closing them. Hopefully, that made sense; hopefully the video helps you guys better, LOL. I've already finished both the chocolate earrings and the chocolate pendant (5:15). I just need to add in my stud earrings to complete the theme. You guys can connect the studs to the earring things that are supposed to be for earrings, LOL.
For fun, I just made a chocolate box out of paper and ribbons to put the little chocolate jewelry into, which I think is an idea you guys can do if you want to give it to somebody (*hint* *hint* for Valentine's Day)...