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ChocolateConstruction 3D Chocolate Dinosaur Mold

Who says you can’t play with your food? With the ChocolateConstruction 3D Chocolate Dinosaur Mold, you can have fun and eat it, too! This mold is complete with all the parts you need to build your very own dinosaur. It even features notches for a sturdy and effortless build design. Simply use the numbers on the mold to put the pieces together. In just minutes you’ll have your very own 6-inch tall T-Rex! You begin by melting down chocolate and pouring it into the mold. After letting it cool for five minutes, you can then begin to excavate. The ChocolateConstruction Mold is highly detailed to include the vertebrae and even the teeth. The soft mold helps you remove the pieces in their full shape without breaking. No matter your age, everyone will love creating and constructing this dinosaur. Of course, the final step is to enjoy your delicious chocolate T-Rex.

ChocolateConstruction 3D Chocolate Dinosaur Mold
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9.4/10
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Tera Cuskaden
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Color
Green
Shape
T-Rex
Material
Silicone
Mold Pieces
9
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ELC
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@Matt Cubberly - I love my t-rex molds, will you be making molds for other dinos soon?
Manoj Gambir
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hello, i haven't received the product yet as of march 2018 I'm a backer 652 can you please check whether you have sent it to me or not thanks
Matt Cubberly
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@CATSUPER
Happy to help! And we actually meant you could send us a private message here through Kickstarter, but email will work great too. So you can contact us at: info@chocolateconstruction.com
CATSUPER
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@Matt Cubberly
Hi Matt, thanks for your reply. Do you have a company email that I can use? I do not want to leave my address here. This is the first item I purchased on Kickstarter, I don't even know that I chose "no reward". I still would like to receive this mold and make a choco dinosaur for my baby. Thank you.
Matt Cubberly
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@CATSUPER
You actually chose not to receive a mold, so Kickstarter classified your payment as a pure 'donation' as some backers sometimes give. And because you chose "No Reward", Kickstarter didn't send you a Backer Survey where you'd fill out your address for shipping purposes. But not to worry, if you'd like to simply send us a message with your shipping address, we can send you a mold out now.
CATSUPER
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I totally forgot I bought this until today. I just realize I haven't received my mold. nothing! Can anyone refund me or send me the product I paid for?
Matt Cubberly
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@Joseph J
Messaged!
Joseph J
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Can a member of staff message me?
Edwin
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I haven’t received my product. What happened?
Matt Cubberly
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@Dongyang Kim
We've sent you a message with your tracking number.
Matt Cubberly
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@Benjamin De Vriendt
We're seeing that your mold was delivered on December 9th, so you should have it by now.
Matt Cubberly
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@Grace Noelle @ELC
So glad to hear you guys love it! And we're currently designing the next molds, so we're hoping to get them moving soon!
Matt Cubberly
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@Marco
We've sent you a message with your tracking number.
Marco
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Hi. I'm still waiting for the mold to be delivered. Am I just unlucky or what? Can I have a track number or something? Will I ever receive it?
Dongyang Kim
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Still waiting in Korea.
Is there anybody kind enough to tell the exact dimension of the actual dino in centimeter?
I'd like to order gift boxes in advance.
Thank you.
Benjamin De Vriendt
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When do I have to get worried if I didn't get my package (location: Belgium)?
ELC
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I received my molds. The packaging is cool and the molds are AMAZING! I can't wait to make my very own chocolate dinosaurs. When will your next chocolate dinosaur molds be coming out so I can add to my herd?
Grace Noelle
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So thrilled to have these Christmas presents!! This is going to make for some very happy Chocologists!
Thank you again for all your hard work!!!
Matt Cubberly
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@Morganites Realgar
The main T-rex head/spine/tail combo piece is certainly the toughest piece. The trade-off of a complex and ferocious 3D model is a somewhat tricky excavation process - so keep at it! And be sure to try 'gluing' the pieces together with melted chocolate and the head/spine/tail piece will work just fine too!
Morganites Realgar
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The main T-Rex keeps breaking for me when I would get the other parts out. Currently trying the bone by bone method!
Matt Cubberly
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@Kees Jan Koster
Glad to hear you're enjoying it - and practicing! A few points to mention to ease your ascent to a Professional Chocologist (and you'll find some of these on the back of the packaging too): 1) Glue together broken bones with a small dab of melted chocolate to make them whole again - they work just as well!
2) Types of chocolate used will vary between person to person, so everyone will have a slightly different dino-building experience. So definitely try a few different methods and see which works best for you.
3) Pop the filled mold into the freezer for a minute before you excavate the bones to make them a bit stronger.
4) Press down on the edges along each cavity to pull the walls of the cavity away from the chocolate.
5) Go bone-by-bone, filling and excavating one bone and then move onto the next.
5) Try different 'mold releases' - coconut oil, olive oil, etc. And remember, there's nothing wrong with breaking some bones while you practice - we certainly broke more than our fair share of bones while we were developing it! But with time and patience, you'll have a choco-dino army like we do!
Kees Jan Koster
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Got mine yesterday and we tried to make a few immediately. Well, it turns out archeology is hard and after two attempts we have yet to produce a full dinosaur skeleton. Great fun, though. We learned why archeology sites look like they do. ;-) What are people using to get the parts out of the mold? We put some olive oil on it, which seems to help. Any other tips?
Matt Cubberly
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@Jacob woosley
Do it - and send us photos after! As for heat, they're rated up to 450F. Have fun experimenting!
Jacob woosley
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I think I'm going to try more than just chocolate. Rock candy or the coolest ice tray ever or marzipan to layer around a cake instead of cutting it up. One question though what are they heat rated to. Can I bake a cookie in them or is that pushing it? Silicon is usually pretty resilient
Matt Cubberly
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@Crystal Bowman
Glad to hear it - and we're sure you'll all have a blast! Thanks again!
Matt Cubberly
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@Heather Whittaker
Definitely a possibility!
Matt Cubberly
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@Rod "BaKhan" Mitchell
Great! We're sure she'll love it!
Matt Cubberly
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@Douglas Liebert
That's great to hear!
Matt Cubberly
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@Emma Moyse
Excellent! Glad you love it!
Matt Cubberly
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@John
Glad it made the overseas trip safe and sound!
Crystal Bowman
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Got it! My nieces (and ok me too) are going to love it!
Heather Whittaker
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Got mine in Ga, and can't wait to try it! Any chance for a chocolate bunny mold for Easter?
Rod "BaKhan" Mitchell
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Got mine in Calgary, Alberta yesterday! Looks great! My wife can't wait for me to start pouring chocolate! ;)
Douglas Liebert
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Got mine in Washington State yesterday. Can't wait to give it a try!
Emma Moyse
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Got mine in the UK yesterday - looks great!
John
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Got mine today in Sweden, going to try constructing my t-Rex in a bit! :)
Matt Cubberly
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@Ben Sheppard
Glad to hear they're starting to arrive!
Matt Cubberly
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@Jared
We unfortunately don't have experience with soap, so we can't answer that for you. You could always keep 1 mold for food and a second mold for soap!
Matt Cubberly
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@Thomas Sluis
Excellent!
Benjamin De Vriendt
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Can you tell us how much grams of chocolate we have to melt to fill one t-rex?
Ben Sheppard
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I received mine yesterday. Thanks!
Jared
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Can I make soap in it, clean it, then make chocolate? Or would it be "contaminated" once I poured melted glycerine in it... No longer safe for food like chocolate or sugar?
Thomas Sluis
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Both molds appeared on the doorstep today :) Chocolaty Rex will be coming soon!
Matt Cubberly
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@Tbone
Unfortunately, we didn't have the system in place to offer tracking numbers (but we'll look into that for the next campaign!) But the good news is that about half of the backers' rewards have shipped so far and the other half are going out today and tomorrow!
Tbone
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@Matt Will we be receiving tracking numbers? Eagerly awaiting my mold!
Matt Cubberly
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@Hazel O'Keeffe
Thanks for the continued support! And we've marked your name down so we can let you know as soon as they're available for sale - which'll be right after all rewards have been sent out to backers. Stay tuned!
Hazel O'Keeffe
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I pledged for 1 (international), but I think it'd make a cool Xmas pressie, is there a way to buy more already?
Matt Cubberly
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@John
Because you're an international backer, Kickstarter automatically includes your phone number with the other shipping info. This is in case something happens with the shipment once it reaches your country, they'll call you to pick it up, clarify an address, etc.
John
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Got the shipping confirmation, why does it say my phone number in the address?
Matt Cubberly
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@Madeleine Porcella
They'll begin shipping out to backers toward the end of this week! And so they'll start to arrive next week.
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