Use an offset spatula to spread a 1/4-inch-thick layer of tempered dark chocolate over a large sheet of acetate or several pieces of parchment paper. When the chocolate begins to set, use a sharp paring knife to trace around the silhouette. When the chocolate is set, peel off the acetate or paper. Repeat this process using white chocolate. Tip: Making the base and body thicker than 1/4-inch will make it easier to handle and less likely to break. Pour tempered chocolate onto the dark chocolate butler. Place the white chocolate butler on top. Press gently. Use an X-Acto knife to cut the template into the pieces. My template was cut into 6 pieces: a head, the hand, a bowtie,a body with arm, a shirt and lapels. These pieces are used to "dress" the butler and to give him chocolate accents.