dark modeling chocolate, the ingredients are super simple. All you need is white chocolate and light corn syrup.
Wrap it up in plastic wrap and let rest in the fridge until firm. Knead the chocolate when you are ready to use it. If it is too crumbly, just knead in a little more corn syrup. There is a lot more fat in white chocolate so the modeling chocolate can be a little greasy. I dabbed it with a paper towel until the grease was under control. Some people let it sit on newsprint to absorb any extra grease. I was fresh out of newsprint so the paper towel had to be good enough. This modeling chocolate is a little more difficult to work with in comparison with the regular dark modeling chocolate. However, with a little patience, you get this!
I also had someone ask me about silver roses, which I had to try. To make a silver rose, tint some of the white modeling chocolate gray. I kneaded in a little black gel color. Form your rose and let set in the fridge/freezer to firm. Then brush with silver luster dust.
There are so many beautiful possibilities. Don't wait as long as I did to give this a try.