I love playing practical jokes. I also get myself into trouble sometimes so I don’t do them very often. But, next week is April Fool’s Day! A green light for me to play as many tricks as I want like this one:
I might take these to work with me so my coworkers (Josh) will try to eat them! He eats everything so this is a good prank for him because these are NOT real!! They are made with Sculpey! I can’t wait to see the look on his face when he tries to sneak a bite! I am going to be so happy with myself! Hehehehe! Want to make some for your coworkers or kids? Can’t you just see their little shocked faces and “MOM!!” I love it:)
Light Brown Sculpey
Dark Brown Sculpey
Old Toothbrush and a little water
See the cookie in the back? I placed the chips on them before I made the holes so I could see how it was going to look. I also made some deep holes so I could push some chips into the dough like a real cookie. See the difference in the 2 cookies? The one I am working on is starting to look like it will fool Josh:)
Begin by dipping the toothbrush into the water and dabbing off the excesses.
Then, dip the toothbrush into the white paint and rub your thumb across the bristles. It will flip little specks of paint all over the place so be sure to do this outside or protect your work surface. Then, aim for the cookies and have fun!
Then, paint the top, bottom and sides with the dark brown color and let it dry. Then, apply a second coat to prevent it from looking like a piece of brown Styrofoam. It took me 2 coats of paint to cover but I applied thick layers.
While the second coat is still wet, dip your dirty bark brown brush into the lighter brown paint and paint the top of the brownies only. The reason you do this step is because when brownies dry the top dries out a little and makes it a shade or two lighter.