How to Make Your Own M&M's Character

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M&M's are candy-coated chocolates whose advertising promotes them as a treat that "melts in your mouth, not in your hand." They come in a variety of types, such as plain milk chocolate, peanut, almond, dark chocolate, dark chocolate peanut and peanut butter. To promote the candies, M&M's created five characters, named after the colors red, yellow, green, blue and orange. You can create our own customized M&M's character online for free at the M&M's website.

  • Go to the M&M's Create Character website and click "Get Started." You will see a basic M&M candy character.

  • Click "Shape" under the "Body" options section, and then click a body type to apply it to the character.

  • Click on the "Shell Color" color wheel to pick what color you want the character to be.

  • Click on "Arms" and then click on one of the arm types, and they will appear on your character. Click on "Legs" and then click on the legs color wheel to pick a color for the character's legs, which only have one type.

  • Click on "Face," and then click on options for hair, eyes, eyebrows, mouth and facial hair to add them to your M&M's character.

  • Click on "Accessories," and then click on different types of hats, shoes and glasses. The choices you make will appear on your character.

  • Click "Start Over" if you want to start from scratch, or click "Randomize" if you want the program to select your character's features at random for you.

  • Click "Finalize Character" when you are done. Type a name for your character in the "Finalize Your Character" window, and then enter your birth date. You must be at least 13 years old to save your character. Log in if you are already registered with the site, or register and then finish saving your character.

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