Easy Chocolate Bouquet! :) (2024)

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Everyone loves chocolates!! Lets make a bouquet of one today :)

You can either make just one chocolate flower or a complete bouquet!

Step 1: What You Need ...


  • Assorted colors rice papers (recommended: White, green, yellow, pink). You can get either sheets or get ready cut squares of about 6 inch size. If you find it difficult to find rice paper, you can use kite paper or any paper translucent enough to give that "flowery" look :)
  • Wrapping transparent plastic sheet
  • Plain skewer stick - 12 inch, about 20 pieces
  • Decorative satin ribbon
  • Quilling paper strips, about 2 to 3 strips
  • ... and of course, chocolate! Shown here is Ferrero Rocher Dark Chocolates.


  • Transparent sticking tape
  • White PVA glue (not shown in the photo)
  • Steel ruler
  • Paper cutter*
  • Scissors*

*Note: Please use sharp tools carefully. They can cause injury if not used properly!

Step 2: Making the Squares!

This step is optional if you get ready made square rice papers.

Make as many squares, as many "flowers" you wish to have in your bouquet.

1. On your sheet of rice paper, mark off 6 inches (about 15 cm) squares using pencil and ruler.

2. Using the paper cutter (or scissors) carefully cut off the squares of rice papers. I personally prefer the ruler and cutter method because it gives straight cuts in relatively short time.

3. Repeat the procedure for each of the sheets.

Step 3: Wrap the Chocolate!

Carefully pick up the chocolate and place it in the center of the transparent plastic wrapping paper

Step 4: Wrap the "wrapping" Paper

Using your fingers, wrap the transparent plastic wrapping paper around the chocolate.

Step 5: Assemble the Skewer Stick

Hold the skewer stick in the center and wrap the plastic sheet around it

Step 6: Tape It!

Wrap a piece of sticking tape such that the plastic sheet and stick are held together.

Step 7: Pink Square

Take the sheet of pink rice paper, and fold it about 3rd of its length as shown

Step 8: Wrapping the Paper

Pick up the assembly of chocolate-on-a-stick and wrap the pink paper folded in the previous step. Do it such that it forms a sort of cone.

Step 9: Making the Petals

When you are satisfied, stick the paper so that it is secured.

Step 10: White Paper

Similarly, take the white paper and wrap it around the previous pink layer.

Step 11: Finishing the Flower!

Once you stick, let the glue dry

Make another chocolate flower using same method :)

Step 12: Bunch!

Pick up a bunch of the flowers and hold firmly in your hand

Bunch together the flowers so that they have varying colors.

Step 13: Taping the Bunch

Using transparent sticking tape, stick the bunch together. Apply sufficient tape so that it holds all the flowers together!

TIP: If you feel that too many flowers are difficult to handle at once, tape 2 or 3 of them together. Keep on adding more till all the flowers are taped together.

Step 14: Your Bunch Is Ready!

Once your bunch is ready, apply some more tape at the bottom to secure all the flowers together.

Step 15: Wraping It Up

Take the pink wrapping paper and cut a square of about 30 inches from it

Step 16: Glue the Wrapping Paper

Roll the paper around into a cone as shown and stick any two adjacent edges

Step 17: Let the Glue Dry

Once the glue is dry, the wrapping cone is ready!

Step 18: Wrap the Bouquet

Insert the bouquet in the wrap prepared and paste it.

Step 19: Leaves: Take the Green Square and Fold

Take the green rice paper square and fold it at about 3rds as shown

Step 20: Fold More...

Fold the paper into thirds so as to make kite shaped leaves.

You dont have to be very careful here. Aim at making the tips of the leaves stick out.

Step 21: Stick the Leaves

Stick the leaves you made in the previous steps inside the wrapping paper cone.

You can stick the leaves to bouquet, but the leaves wrinkle if when inserting the bouquet into the cone.

Complete the circle of leaves.

Step 22: Putting It All Togther

Insert the bunch of flowers into the wrapping paper inlaid with leaves.

Step 23: Make Festoons! Quilling Strips

Take two pieces of quilling strips, each of about 10 inch long.

Step 24: Wrap the Quilling Paper

Wrap the quilling strip on a pen refill loosely

Step 25: Adding a Bow

You can make a simple bow, shown in this instructable, to decorate the bouquet.

Step 26: Finish!

Paste the quilling strips festoons in between the flowers to complete the boquet

Step 27: Gift!

Gift it to your friend :)

Easy Chocolate Bouquet! :) (2024)


How to make a chocolate bouquet easy? ›

Here are the steps you must take to make your chocolate bouquet from scratch.
  1. Step 1: Select Your Recipient's Favourite Chocolate or Snack. ...
  2. Step 2: Glue Your Treats. ...
  3. Step 3: Create Your Bouquet Box. ...
  4. Step 4: Place Foam at the Bottom of Your Chocolate Bouquet Box. ...
  5. Step 5: Add Coloured Tissue Paper. ...
  6. Step 6: Add the Chocolates.
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How many chocolate bars in a bouquet? ›

The Chocolate Bar Bouquet has a great selection of chocolate brands, from Cadbury's to Mars & Nestle. The medium bouquet contains 15 bars of chocolate, the large size contains 25 bars and the extra large contains 45 chocolate bars!

How do you make a Hershey bar bouquet? ›

Arrange the candy bars in your hand and use tape to secure the skewers. Wrap the bouquet in tissue paper. Use ribbon to secure. Now, my candy was flopping around, so I wedged a piece of cardstock, folded in half, between two sheets of the tissue paper to give the whole thing some much needed structure.

What can I use to stick chocolate together? ›

Cooling spray great for use to attach chocolate details to the main body of your chocolate creations. Lowers Surface temperature to below 0 degrees.

What do you put in the bottom of a chocolate bouquet? ›

Step 3 – Place Floral Foam at the bottom of the Bouquet Boxes. Just cut the foam down to size ensuring it's a snug fit at the bottom of the bouquet box. This will be strong enough to hold your skewers in place and keep them standing nice and upright.

What is a chocolate bouquet? ›

A bouquet that will not wither, wilt, or die – a chocolate bouquet is an arrangement of chocolates done in a way to mimic conventional floral bouquets. Chocolate bouquets add appeal as home decoration and are also perfect as a novel gift for any occasion.

What paper is used for chocolate bouquet? ›

Matte Cellophane Sheet is one side matte and glossy on the other side. A must have for flower packing, chocolate and cake bouquet making, hamper making, trousseau packing, henna artists, great decoration for school, art and craft projects and other artistic inspirations.


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