If you are looking for an entertaining way to bring some cheer to your holiday office party, then boy, do I have the product for you! In fact, I felt compelled to share the following with you all as you can only imagine my surprise when it came into my possession... ready -- a chocolate birth control pill pack mold! What a perfect treat to bring to your office for the holidays, especially if you work in a doctor's office, family planning clinic, women's organization, pharmaceutical company, PR firm, and the lists goes on and on!
Any color melting candy can be used to really make them look authentic. Obviously, these candy molds are also perfect for baby or bridal showers - they can send the important message to "not forget your birth control" in a very amusing way. Try to envision your friend's or even college student's response if you sent these in a care package! How else can you send a yummy treat that shows how much you care while also reminding them to use contraception? I love it!
Believe me, I do get it. If the office isn't the proper venue for these candy pill packs, then how about a New Year's party? I am sure that your guests will share a great laugh after seeing these creations stacked so beautifully on a plate or in a bowl. As a person passionate about contraception use, I can't think of a better way to remind your party guests to make choosing a birth control method part of their New Year's resolution list. Maybe you may not find these candy molds as perfect as I do, but outside of showing up at one of your holiday parties in a latex condom suit like Lady Gaga did for a Good Morning America taping last year, think of the responses you can generate! Now... if only you can find a mold for chocolate condoms, too... imagine the impressions you will make then. Look for these candy molds on eBay -- Happy Celebrating!
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Photo © 2013 Dawn Stacey