3 Materials Needed:

Make 'n Mold Gems Candy Mold & Candy Wafers in Several Different Desired Colors, Wilton Pearl Dust in Coordinating Color(s), Toothpicks Spoons & Thin-Tipped Paintbrushes

About this Project

Melt your favorite flavors and colors of candy melts into breathtaking gems. Try these three unique approaches and these jewels will look almost too good to eat...almost!

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  • 1
    Marbled Candy Jewels:
    a) Add dabs of two colors of melted candies in the mold and swirl with a toothpick. This will create the marble effect.
    b) Fill in the rest of the mold with either color.
    c) To even out the mold, hold the tray up and drop onto table. Tip: tapping will spread the candy evenly.
  • 2
    Pearl Dusted Candy Jewels:
    a) Add a little bit of water to a decorating brush to dampen it and brush over the top surface of the finished molded candy.
    b) Dip another decorating brush into pearl dust and flick it with your thumb to apply dust onto candy.
    c) To remove excess, turn upside down and shake.
  • 3
    Geode Shaped Candy Jewels:
    a) Add melted candy into the mold less than halfway. Take a toothpick and cover the area in a swirling motion. With a toothpick spread a thin layer of candy up the sides of the mold. This will help old the rocks in place.
    b) Put rock candy in a sealed bag and use a rolling pin to crush it into small pieces.
    c) Sprinkle the crushed rock candy on top.
  • 4
    Chill the candy in the freezer for 10 minutes. Turn the mold over, and twist to loosen.