Tuesday, June 09, 2009

One S'more Box

I hope you aren't tried of these boxes yet, I am having way too much fun making them! This will be the last one for now but it is a fun one....I turned it into a S'more kit.

I used chocolate chip card stock for my box and added some of Cosmo Cricket's Mr Campy paper. The chipboard letters are by Basic Grey, they're self adhesive for easy application. The marshmallow on a stick is a stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms Bear Hugs set, I stamped it onto cream card stock, cut it out and glued it to the top of the box.

Instead of the Coluzzle, I used one of Spellbinders Curved Rectangle dies to create the window. It required turning the sides under to fit it through the Big Shot but it worked out okay. The paper on the sides covered any flaws created by the die. I used the cut-out for my tag, adding a few more chipboard letters. For the handle I used some SU twill tape, which seemed a good fit for the more natural design of this box.

Here is a shot of the contents. I broke 2 graham crackers in half and put them into a small cello bag. There are 4 large marshmallows, also in a small cello bag, and then 4 bite sized Hershey bars. That should be enough to make 2 s'more's. You can fit quite a bit into this box.
I hope you are getting the idea for how easy this box is as well as the endless possibilities beyond just an animal cracker box.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

8 comments:

Dawnie said...

Tracy
VERY VERY CUTE....Would be perfect for a weekend camping trip!!!!

One Picky Family said...

supercute~

Starla said...

OMG!! I'm thinking sleepover "party" favors with this one!

ChristineCreations said...

OK, now that is WAY adorable!

Anonymous said...

I love these box's of yours! I think your very creative!!!

Jean said...

I am loving all your boxes and will never tire of seeing them! All so beautifully decorated too - gives me so much inspiration.

Anonymous said...

Very nice, I'm curious - I'm not from the U.S. and don't know what S'mores are -are they a combination of molten marshmallow, chocolate etc.

Tanja, Australia

Julia Aston said...

How fun with the Mr. Campy papers! yummy s'mores box! great job on this Tracy!!