Isn’t it adorable? I could stare at it all day! Except I can’t because I gave it to some special kids to enjoy!
The house and the trees were both made with Wilton molds. To get the wreath and the door on the front and the Christmas tree on the back, I simply painted (literally with a small paintbrush), the various colors onto the mold and the put it in the fridge to set between each color. When the front door and the wreath and the tree were done then I poured in the white chocolate walls and the dark chocolate roof and chimney and let those set for a long time in the fridge.
While they were setting, I made the trees which were surprisingly easy – just pour in the chocolate, let it set in fridge and then carefully pop out. They went together like a snap, just had to handle them gently.
When the house pieces were all set, I twisted them out of the mold carefully and then stuck them together by brushing on melted white chocolate like a glue to hold all the pieces together.
The last thing I did was to take a toothpick and use the melted white chocolate like glue to stick little red sprinkles to the Christmas tree on the back of the house.
I love it!