Kit Kat Bench




Introduction: Kit Kat Bench

Have a break... have a Kit Kat... bench (made from Kit Kat's, and other assorted chocolate)

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Step 1: Buy Lots of Chocolate

(this is quite easy, BTW!)

Step 2: Basic Bench

I covered a piece of syrofoam in tin foil, and make some holes with a pair of cooking chop sticks (because they make circular holes closer to the size/shape of the strawberry laces.)

The chocolate then is balanced on top.

Step 3: Paving Slabs

Garabaldi biscuits create a fairly nice tile pattern for the paving slabs. I was going to add some grass by using cream and green food colouring, but couldn't find any colourings.

Step 4: The Man

Cocktail sticks, poked through flying saucers and mini-marshmallows make up the basic man shape. 

I added some tooty frooties for shoes.

Note the catherine wheel - this is intended to be part of a spiral armrest.

Step 5: Chocolate Fingers

The back pieces are supported with chocolate fingers; they're fixed by using chocolate body paint as glue, and putting them in the fridge for a few minutes!

Step 6: Nearly There...

Note the use of licorice as a scarf, and arm rest.

Step 7: Done

Now... who wants to eat chocolate? :)

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    15 Discussions


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I love how you slipped in the chocolate body paint. . .


    8 years ago on Introduction

    This is awesome, but do you think you could add some more details on what kinds of chocolate to buy? It seems like your project used a wide range of various ones.

    Also Forest Gum!


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I only used what was featured in the picture: Kit kat (obviously), Curly Wurly (arms), and chocolate fingers (rear supports). I didn't include the chocolate body paint in the image because I didn't think of using it when I started making it.