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It Took 3 Days To Create This Chocolate Playboy Bunny Costume

Model Penny Delbaugh wore the edible creation to promote an upcoming adults-only Easter egg hunt.

A Playboy bunny has become a chocolate bunny. 

British model Penny Delbaugh donned a chocolate bustier last week to help the magazine promote an adults-only Easter egg hunt taking place April 13 in London.

Penny Delbaugh wears an edible chocolate corset and bunny ears on April 6 in London. 
Penny Delbaugh wears an edible chocolate corset and bunny ears on April 6 in London. 

Food artist Michelle Wibowo used 11 pounds of chocolate to create the edible ensemble. She used dark chocolate for the bulk of the bustier and white chocolate for the tail and lace design, according to the Evening Standard. 

It took artist Michelle Wibowo 11 pounds of chocolate to create Delbaugh's outfit. 
It took artist Michelle Wibowo 11 pounds of chocolate to create Delbaugh's outfit. 

The bustier is actually two plates of chocolate that are held together with lace strings. Fabric was sewn inside to keep the chocolate from touching Delbaugh’s skin and melting.

She had to walk carefully to prevent the bustier from cracking.

Delbaugh is fitted with an edible chocolate corset and bunny ears.
Delbaugh is fitted with an edible chocolate corset and bunny ears.
Delbaugh's chocolate bunny costume took three days to design and create.
Delbaugh's chocolate bunny costume took three days to design and create.

Wibowo needed three days to design and make the chocolate corset, but said she enjoyed the chance to connect Playboy bunnies and Easter bunnies.

“It’s a nice idea for Easter, but definitely for adults,” she said.

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