Deco Melting Chocolate Tutorial

This tutorial will show you how to make a delicious melting dripping chocolate effect on your miniatures for decoden creations.

Fake Melting Chocolate Tutorial

This is really like part 2 because I did make a previous tutorial on using puff paint as icing but in that tutorial I realized I used older puff paint so it came out harder and not as fluid. So I wanted to make this tutorial to show you the true texture of puff paint and how it can be used to make delicious deco sauce or melting ice cream and other cool effects.

So lets get started.

Materials Needed

  • Puff Paint
  • Item to cover in puff paint

Step 1:  Take your puff paint and your item u want to cover. I used Scribbles 3D Paint and the color is called Hot Chocolate so its fitting that I make a melting chocolate effect with it. Yum

Fake Melting Chocolate Tutorial

Step 2: Think about the pattern you want to create.

*I want to make it look like the chocolate is dripping and melting of the candy bar. I really should have the chocolate look like it had a bite taken out of it and then put the melting chocolate there but oh well lol maybe next time I think you get the point.

Step 3: Since this puff paint has a fine tip like an icing tip as you can see in the picture below its easy to pipe and make a melting dripping effect. Just squeeze the bottle in the shape that you want it to go on. It is pretty thick so you can let it dry vertically and it wont mess up.

Fake Melting Chocolate Tutorial

Fake Melting Chocolate Tutorial

You can also make it look like deco sauce

Coconut Bon Bon

Coconut Bon Bon

and there you go, a super easy and cheap way to make melting effect on your candy and ice creams. If you have any questions leave me a comment and I hope this tutorial was helpful.

I do have a part 2 of this tutorial that will show you how to make the chocolate with glue. So make sure to check back for that one.

Happy Crafting

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8 Responses to “Deco Melting Chocolate Tutorial”

  1. Karen Says:

    Is there a puff paint you thin works best?

  2. admin Says:

    all puff paints are pretty much good, I use 3D scribbles but you can buy any brand there really isnt much difference between them

  3. Riechan Says:

    I’m making a site which will contain everything about deco,
    I just included your link with your name in our tutorial list, hope that okay for you. (here https://sites.google.com/site/allaboutdeco/tutorials-1/techniques) Can we add links to all of your other tutorials too on our site,please?

  4. admin Says:

    Thanks for linking to me and yes its okay if you link to my other tutorials

  5. Isabel Says:

    May I ask which pink is that? :) Thanks!

  6. admin Says:

    hmm thats a while ago I dont even remember

  7. Tara Says:

    Does the puff paint crack? I’ve heard alot of bad reviews about it, some saying that the paint starts to crack and chip off after a couple of days. I’m worried about that, since I’ll be making Deco for sale – I don’t want that possibility.

  8. Faux Fruit Decoden « cocoa doll Says:

    [...] going for a dripping chocolate sauce effect here. Allow to dry. (thanks to Mixi and her chocolate sauce blog post!) Tip: Fabric paint apparently likes to separate when it sits idle for too long. Shake the fabric [...]

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