• Chinese New Year Red Envelopes

      Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year as it is often called, begins on January 28th in 2017. Each year is represented by one of 12 zodiac animals. This year, the star of the show is the Fire Rooster. Think of Chinese New Year and many images come to mind.  The dragon and lion dances in […]

  • Dreidel & Chocolate Coins…Let the Games Begin!

      How to Play Dreidel On a traditional dreidel, each side bears one letter from the Hebrew alphabet. Together, these letters stand for the phrase, “A great miracle happened here.” Played with during Hanukkah, this toy was originally modified from an English/Irish top that was brought to Germany. At the time, the top was known […]

  • How to Plan A Super Mario Party

    Has there ever been a more adventurous pop culture hero than Super Mario? From his debut in the early ’80s on the Nintendo Entertainment System, all the way to the present day where he headlines the hottest next-gen games, this little Italian plumber has remained one of the most instantly identifiable and beloved figures in […]

  • Top 10 Unique Fall Wedding Favors

      Behind Spring, Fall is the second most popular season for weddings. The changing foliage and cooler temperatures are just a couple of reasons for the popularity of Autumn nuptials. Here’s a list of some unique, fall-related wedding favors that your guests will love. 1. Dipped Apples Bring your guests a taste of fall with […]

  • What’s the Best Art for Chocolate Coins?

    This is a question we get a lot. With more and more people and companies looking to add that personal touches to their favors, we see all types of artwork submitted. Truth is, when customizing your chocolate coins or chocolate casino chips, the simpler, the better. In order to create your custom stamping plates, we […]

  • What The Heck is White “Chocolate” Anyway?

    Chocolate is one of the world’s most universally beloved flavors. With seemingly endless variations from cocoa content to added flavorings to single origin varietals, the plethora of chocolate tastes creates a never-ending tasting experience for the chocolate connoisseur. But what about white chocolate? It is so different in appearance, texture and taste from the chocolate […]

  • Why Chocolate Coins on St. Nicholas Day?

    St. Nicholas Day is a holiday that celebrates the historical St. Nicholas, the early Christian saint who served as a significant inspiration for Santa Claus, known in England as Father Christmas. The traditions associated with this holiday, which takes place on December 6, hearken back to the tales of Nicholas’s time as Bishop of Myra […]

  • Bitter News for Chocolate Lovers

    Hate to be the bearer of bitter news, but chocolate lovers…we have a problem. The world is facing an impending cocoa shortage, perhaps as soon as the year 2020. In a best case scenario, expect to see dramatically higher chocolate prices. And in the worst case <gulp>, a worldwide cocoa shortage that will make America’s […]

  • A Pirate Party for Us Big Kids!

    As children, we look forward to our birthdays each year, and then our parents throw us a cool themed party. Why does the fun have to stop? Why can’t we have themed parties as adults? We can, and we should. One great party idea we here at Foiled Again! can get behind is a pirate […]

  • How Much Should We Spend on Wedding Favors?

    When planning for a wedding, you will be spending money on many different things. It all starts with the invitations, the caterer, the reception hall, the officiant, dresses, flowers, and decor. With so many different things to take care of, one of the last things considered is wedding favors. These are usually a last-minute item […]

  • Happy Diwali!

    An ancient Hindu tradition, Diwali is a five-day holiday beginning today.  The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.  I don’t know about you, but that seems pretty good to me.

  • Wearing It Proudly

    One of our awesome customers showing off her Baron von NotNice tattoo and a copy of “The Villain’s Guide to Better Living” that he sent her.  Gotta give props to the Baron…he’s got wicked game.

  • Chinese New Year 2014: The Year of the Horse

    Chinese New Year comes a bit early this year, arriving on January 31st, heralding the Year of the Horse. According to Chinese astrology, Horse years typically signify good luck and fortunate events. Chinese New Year is the most important social and economic event of the year in China. The holiday celebration lasts fifteen days and […]

  • Watch Us on Food Network’s “Unwrapped”

    Watch us on Food Network’s “Unwrapped” to see how our chocolate coins are made! It was filmed a few years ago when we were called The Chocolate Coin Store.  Set those DVRs! Sat. Nov. 30th – 7pm ET/PT Mon. Dec. 2nd – 1pm ET/PT Thu. Dec. 12th – 8pm ET/PT