here though there were not hundreds as the boxes claimed only 56. I didn't print out any extra because I felt we had enough variety as it was.
Chocolate Picture Maker was more fun than the modeling chocolate several of our testers thought; they were about equally messy. This chocolate though was much better tasting since nothing had to be done to make it moldable only pourable and that only requires pure chocolate in all three varieties. However this kit was less creative on some levels because you had to either start with a stencil or pre-plan a shape out since you outline first but I think most of us added something onto the image for example this cat got a hat he didn't have in the original stencil while the moon and stars I made got some dark chocolate craters added to the lunar landscape so that I'd get more dark chocolate.
Here are our final results!
Have you use the Chocolate Picture Maker? If so please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought of it. We give this a Sacrament Status for fun and quality chocolate but it is expensive for anything beyond a very small party or family gift.