I made a horse out of Ferrero rocher tinfoil wrappings

Legend By Legend, 12th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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I made a horse out of Ferrero Rocher tinfoil wrapping - recycled art

Another chocolate box on the ward...

It seems that our patients tend to have a fancy for Ferrero Roche chocolate, or else that is what the local stores holds in stock... Be that as it may, here is the latest gift from a very appreciative nephrological patient. As you can see, the ward nurses have already had the opportunity of sampling a few. I actually got one this time and not just wrappers. The lush aroma, the crunchy exterior and the heart warming sensation of chocolate as it rolls on the tongue. Although I can't share the actual taste with you, at least I can share the experience... At any rate, I was able to recruit several wrappers for my artistic escapades...

The first step

Detaching wrappers of Ferrero Roche chocolate from little chocolate balls which they cover is no mean task as the goal is to detach them without tearing them. Once detached, there is a small oval sticker which also needs to be removed without tearing the wrapper. Once that is done, one can get started. I started out with a base form similar to the dog from a previous post, but since the legs were thinner, I made decided to go for an animal with similar body proportions. Thus, I determined to try and make a horse.

More creations by me

Tinfoil creations:
A dog
An elephant
A warrior with spear

Other creations by me:
Origami crane
Picnic basket for "Little Red Riding Hood" play
A bike made of recycled wire


Chocolate, Dragon, Ferrero Rocher, Horse, Horseback, Knight, Recycled Art, Recycling, Sculpting, Sculpture, Tinfoil

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author avatar Legend
I am a practicing physician. I have spent 5 years in Yeshiva studying religion. I published a card game on wikinut and I am in a process of getting divorced

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author avatar Ptrikha
17th Dec 2013 (#)

Ha ha !! Quite an amusing interest and innovative too!

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author avatar Legend
17th Dec 2013 (#)

Thanks, Ptrikha, I'll post more in the future

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author avatar Artist
22nd Dec 2013 (#)

Cool horse, are you into selling your art?

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