Using Pinky-sil silicone, fingers, and chocolate, you can offer your friends a unique Easter chocolate.
Step 1: Make the moulds
I got my kids to use their fingers, but knowing they would wriggle around they set themselves up with books to read as the silicon takes about 20 mins to go off, longer if it is cold.
Once the silicon is set, it is not hard to get the fingers out; harder to get the moulds out of the forms. Make a little hole in the bottom of the forms, so air can get in as you lever/wriggle/ squeeze them out.
Step 2: Trim and prepare
Step 3: Make fingers
Kids loved it, even though I got a bit terse as they (inevitably) wiggled as the silicon was settling…. but this is about involvement and creativity, not perfection.
I imagine these could look more realistic by blending in white chocolate. I suppose you could paint the nail too, with some kind of thin icing… dunno. Or try doing a whole finger… or a toe… or...