How to make a QR code out of chocolate

Chocolate QR Code

February has arrived and that means that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. As the day creeps closer, people are beginning to look for gifts for their loved ones. For the tech-savvy, getting a romantic gift can be as simple as making a QR code. Chocolate is, perhaps, the most iconic sweet for Valentine’s Day. In the past, companies like Lock&Lock from South Korea have constructed QR codes made entirely out of chocolate. The feat is not as challenging as it may seem, as YouTube’s decocookie shows.

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Decocookie’s latest video features a code designed to appeal to those looking to make an impression with their loved ones. Using white and milk chocolate, she creates a simple, yet large QR code that when scanned with a smart phone reads “I Love You.” Those interested in trying their hand at this culinary craft can create their own QR code online from one of the many free code generators that can be found through Google.

QR codes are a simple piece of technology, but can have a significant impact in whatever fashion they are used. There are a number of ways to use the codes for the upcoming holiday. They can be used as part of greeting cards or can be etched or embedded upon nearly any surface. The codes can be a simple way of adding personal flare for tech-savvy individuals that want to make Valentine’s Day a little more special.

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