Chocolate and balloon diy for kids

We were invited to diy our own Chocolate candies recently. In the month of Dec, everyone is in the mood to celebrate, how can we resist the sweet invitation?

Jointly organised by Party Parlour (Jane) and Playful Elves, we made our way to West Coast Plaza for the event. Daddy will talk about the “Playful Elves” playground in a separate post.

In short, the Chocolate making process is quite easy –> Choc-munch-Melt-munch-Mold-Freeze-munch. It takes some practice before we can “heat” the chocolate properly.

Otherwise, the Dark and White chocolate temptation proves to be too sweet, kids kept pinching on the chocolate bar! Fortunately, Jane had brought extra chocolate.

Although the preparation might be a bit messy, the end product is too good to resist πŸ™‚

We got different designs, Robot, snowman and candy. All taste so good πŸ™‚

We did balloons too. We were concerned when Jane started twisting the balloons in all directions, half expecting the balloons to eXPLODE.

The balloons are very durable, and with some effort, we got our own Christmas wreathes, and even snowman! Those who cannot help with the balloons played with the pump.

More fun workshop photos can be found on our fanpage, click here. We were so happy that CheekieMunkies were our baking buddies πŸ™‚

We would like to take this opportunity to thanks Party Parlour and Playful Elves for the invitation. Our host, Jane is very talented, she even organise robot-building for us in a previous class πŸ™‚

If you need someone to host your parties or events, or if you are interested in more kids activities, do give Party Parlour a call.

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Image credit –
the Party Parlour poster and one of the candy photo (fourth collage above) is from Party Parlour fanpage

** Update.. 2012Dec27 – Our Playful Elves blog post about FUN is up.