We've been doing a little fishing and camping over on the Circle Blog and today I'm sharing S'Mores!
I even attempted to paint my box to look like a S'More! I never said I could paint very well. I cut all my images and assembled them with Helmar Acid Free Glue and
inked them with Ranger Distress Ink. The porcupine is embossed with
Ranger Puff embossing powder. I used Helmar Zap Dots and Liquid Scrap Dots to pop up my images off the lid.
Inside are cello bags with contents for one S’more in each and there’s Sterno - a little campfire in a can - and skewers to cook the marshmallows with. You don’t have to go camping to enjoy a great camp snack.
Whether you are going camping or just going to visit family or friends, take a long a S’mores kit. Would make a nice hostess gift, too.
Cricut Machines Used: Cricut Mini Personal Electronic Cutter, Cricut Craft Room
Cricut Cartridges Used: Campin’ Critters, Cricut Craft Room Basics, Base Camp, Camp Out-Digital
Other: Cardstock, Acrylic Paints, Inks, Chipboard Box, Embossing Powder, Black 3D Paint, Googly Eyes
Adhesives: Helmar Acid Free, Helmar Liquid Scrap Dots, Helmar Zap Dots
Linked at Simply Designing
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