DIY Chocolate Body Paint

DIY Chocolate Body Paint Recipe

Valentine’s isn’t complete without a little ‘special’ time.  So, spice it up with an amazing DIY idea that will be sure to knock your hubby’s socks right off! HOMEMADE chocolate body paint. Say what?! Yep, this will please all you chocolate lovers out there as well as spice up your romantic Valentine’s evening.

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  • Printables designed by the amazing Erin of Strawberry Mommcakes! {Download at bottom of post.} These are gorgeous. Erin is one talented designer!!
  • Jar
  • Tape or Ribbon

DIY Chocolate Body Paint Recipe

Print and cut out the printables.  Next attach the tag to the jar.  You can tie or tape it to the jar.

Easy, peasy!  Now all you need to do is cook your chocolate! Ha! *IMPORTANT NOTE: Nicole found that the recipe needed an additional 2 tablespoons of water when making the chocolate.

Chocolate Body Paint

Once your chocolate is ready, make sure YOU are ready for that night.  If you want to add a little more romance to the evening get some awesome paint brushes and maybe even some highlighters and a black light! You’ve never heard of that? You must check out this post!!

Want some more spicy bedroom ideas? Try our simon says game!

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I am a fun-loving, down to earth girl. I love anything from the outdoors to a night in, because I try to make everything that I do FUN!

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  1. So I assume the “t” next to the butter and water ingredients stands for “tablespoon”? If so, I might recommend that it be edited to read “T” or “Tbsp”. A lower case t normally represents teaspoon, so this is a little confusing.

  2. If I wasn’t nursing, I’d add some peanut butter in to make like a Reese’s which my husband loves. I’m sure there are similar ideas like this you could mix it up! I did try to print and it wasn’t working, sadly. maybe it’s my printer. 🙁

  3. Just made this using all vanilla for flavoring and the 2 extra Tablespoons of water. Turned out great and tastes like brownie batter. Also PRINTING TIP-I saved it to my desktop and printed it from there and it printed fine.