Polymer Clay – Chocolate Block

Polymer Clay  – Chocolate Block

For this polymer clay project you will need 1 block of dark brown, or cream color if you prefer a white chocolate block.

What you need

Dark Brown Polymer Clay Or Fimo


Start by working your clay until it is soft and form it into a rectangle black around 1/2 an inch thick.

Using a knife or metal skewer score and indent the lines to form the individual pieces of chocolate onto the block.

To create the bite mark you can free form it with your knife or do what we did and take a bite. (remember to brush your teeth after you finish to remove any clay, though it’s non toxic)

Once you are happy with the shape, pack it as to the manufactures instructions on your clay packet.

You can finish it off with a nice coat of varnish and either pop a magnet onto the back for a fridge magnet or use it as a tempting paper weight.



  1. I dont recommend biting it with your teeth, instead take a small circle cutter and make bite marks by cutting off pieces from the edge or corner with about 1/2 the cutter which will look exactly like teeth marks have taken a bite. If your to never put clay where you use food ever again even after washing the item you certainly would NOT want to eat it regardless of brushing your teeth afterwards.

  2. My polymer clay obsession started a couple of days ago so this project was perfect for me as a beginner. I even wrapped half of the bar with aluminium foil. Thank you for sharing!

  3. That is terrific!! I’m going to make this to give to my chocoholic brother as a paperweight for his business papers.

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