DIY: S’mores Kits

November 2nd, 2009

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Happy Monday to all of you! I spent the weekend with my family celebrating my twin sisters 30th birthdays. We had a blast and I wish that we could have spent the whole week together. To celebrate the occasion I put together these little S’mores kits for everyone. There’s something about fall weather, a cabin and a fireplace that just scream S’mores. Besides, who doesn’t love Graham Crackers, chocolate and marshmallows?

I wish I could take credit for this fun little kit but I actually spotted this while shopping at Packaging Specialties, my favorite packaging store here in Seattle. They used clear accetate boxes to wrap up all the necessities for homemade S’mores and I just added a bit of baker’s twine to finish it off. The two bottom boxes measure 3″x3″x2″ and the top one is 2″ square. These would make a sweet guest room gift at a wedding or a nice treat for house guests over the coming holidays. Simply add a coordinating ribbon, roast and enjoy!

54 Responses to “DIY: S’mores Kits”

  1. kendal croix Says:

    oh my gosh that is just the cutest idea!

  2. Whatever DeeDee Wants Says:

    What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Nicole-Lynn Says:

    Love, love, love this… will be doing this as christmas gifts this year! Thanks so much for the idea/inspiration!

  4. Loralee Says:

    I love this. Fabulous idea! Perfect for the holidays.

  5. Kiki Says:

    That’s such a clever idea. I love it :) I think I’ll be doing this as neighbor gifts :)

  6. Alexandra Says:

    This would be AMAZING with the caramel marshmallows I made this weekend… I’m totally doing this.

  7. Roxanne Says:

    So cute and clever. I will be giving these to my knitting girls for the Holidays!

  8. Cookie Cutter Says:

    Very nicely done and a great idea too! I bet everyone was raving about it.

  9. AmberLee Says:

    yumm. look at the dark chocolate. they’re so beautiful.

  10. carlyk Says:

    That is seriously cute. Might have to be my “neighbor” gifts this Christmas! I am in love with that packaging!

  11. dawn Says:

    thank you for sharing!will make a cute holiday gift with homemade marshmallows and hot chocolate mix. can i talk you into designing a label for it? :)

  12. Emily @ Peach & Pearl Says:

    So cute! I love it!

  13. Saltina Says:

    Definitely doing this for the holidays this year!

  14. Des Says:

    This is pure genius.

  15. Melissa A. Says:

    These are such a great idea. I love it! I didn’t know about that store around here. After looking online, I decided I definately have to go there for a visit since I just live in Auburn, WA. Thank you for this great holiday idea.

  16. Dina @ White Thread Says:

    wow, do I loooooove this idea. Thanks for sharing!

  17. Shauna Young Dessert Tables Says:

    Great post! I re-posted on my site (gave you credit) and added a link for gourmet marshmallows. Great d-i-y idea.

  18. Kadie Says:

    Wow, what a fabulous idea! I’m definitely looking for ways to make presents this year, and this is a super cute idea to save money! xoxo Kadie

  19. shelley Says:

    So cute. I love s’mores. What kind of chocolate did you use?

  20. Kathleen Says:

    Thanks everyone for your kinds words, I’m so glad you all like the S’mores kits! The chocolate that I used were squares from a standard Hershey’s Milk chocolate bar. Mmmm, kinda feel like a S’more for breakfast now…. ;)

  21. Domestically Deficient Says:

    I’m getting married next year and while the wedding will hopefully have some class, the rehearsal dinner is going to be one big country country “hoe-down” at my fiance’s cabin. Like you said, can’t have a cabin party without s’mores. What a great idea!

  22. nicole Says:

    I love this kit idea…I gave you a shout out on my blog today.

  23. Tiffany @ my petite purse Says:

    I linked your idea on my blog. This is a great gift idea and I love the way you packaged it!

  24. Sarah Porcaro Says:

    thanks for the fabulous idea! I’ve posted on my blog: http://www.loveinlaevents.com/blog/?p=105

    I visit your blog often and it’s always a breath of fresh air.

    best wishes,
    Sarah
    Love in LA Events
    818-744-6041

  25. Don Saul Says:

    A friend of mine told me about this S’more Kit DIY idea; which is very elegant. They thought I should tell you guys about a complimentary gift idea. We hand-make personalized wooden marshmallow roasting sticks in three sizes (47″, 30″, 16″) to which you can add any wording that you’d like (nicknames, dates, special events). Of course, if you don’t want us to do it, you could make them yourself. Check out the website for more info. http://www.MarshmallowChefSticks.com

    Happy Thanksgiving!- Don

  26. A Cozy Kitchen Says:

    love LOVE this idea. i’ve been thinking of all sorts of DIY gift ideas and this one by far seems like the easiest I’ve come across! this is a definite must.

  27. amanda Says:

    I love this post…. trying to think of other ideas that could be along the same lines. Any ideas on other gifties that could go together in boxes like these?

  28. Amanda H Says:

    Scrumptious Idea!

  29. Julie B Says:

    has anyone been able to find these boxes online anywhere? I need a whole bunch, so don’t want to try and find them all at a store!

  30. geek+nerd Says:

    That is such a cute gift idea! Thanks for sharing.

  31. Krystyn Says:

    Any way you can tell me where you found the clear boxes? I’ve looked at my local Michael’s, but no luck there!! I’d really like to make these for my son’s teachers!! Great idea!!

  32. Lindsey Says:

    I absolutely love this idea! I am definitely going to keep it up my sleeve for a future hostess gift. I just featured it in a post on my blog about DIY Christmas presents:

    http://mrspottsthoughts.blogspot.com/2009/12/hostess-gifts.html

    Thanks!

  33. Linda Says:

    Love it! Problem is, I can’t find the acetate boxes anywhere and I’ve searched EVERYWHERE: Michael’s, Target, Walmart, Hobby Lobby and even The Container Store. Where can I buy them?

  34. Kathleen Says:

    Hi Linda, I was able to purchase mine through Packaging Specialties and I know they are able to take orders over the phone. I have also purchased them through Paper Mart which has a great selection too! Good luck and happy holidays!

  35. christa baca Says:

    Fun! I do these at parties a lot. I bring in a bunch of tall round vases and throw in pre wrapped mini Hershey’s, marshmellows and use bamboo skewers for the sticks. So much fun!

  36. Michele Says:

    GREAT IDEA. Just featured on my blog: http://shelzstudio.blogspot.com/2010/01/smores-diy-snow-day-treat.html as a snow day treat. Been bogged down in the snow here in WV!

  37. Deanna Says:

    Thank you so much for this idea. I’m going to link it to the MOPS forum for craft leaders.

  38. Mandy Says:

    What a great idea! I’ll do this for my coworkers!!

  39. Dawn Says:

    I don’t know what I heart more about your kit, it’s own cuteness, the baker’s twine (my current obsession) or that I saw it there too and love it even more!

  40. Tammy: Mama Bear Stamps Says:

    What a darling idea!! This would make a fabulous Christmas gift! TFS!

  41. DesignsbyNTJ Says:

    I absolutely LOVE this idea …Thank you for sharing!

    I could put my bracelets with these as gift…for the teachers

    FB ID: NTJ BRACELETS

  42. Dawn Says:

    Where do you find the red & white baker’s twine? I’ve been looking for it all over!

  43. Carrie Says:

    These are some of the cutest things I’ve ever seen! I’m linking up to this post in my blog post today because I want everyone to see them! What a great idea for a Christmas gift (or even a summer hostess gift)! I’m going on the hunt for the needed materials and food ASAP! Thanks for the idea!

  44. Justin Says:

    For those looking for the boxes, I found some online:
    http://www.yourweddingcompany.com/index.php/action/purchase/productId/217/categoryId/54/

  45. sharon Says:

    ohhh…the packaging really makes it! good idea as a neighbor/coworkers gift :) thanks for the links to ps and papermart! that plus some bakers twine off etsy and i think i’m ready to go :)

  46. Kathleen Says:

    Hi Dawn,
    You can find the red and white bakers twine at Divine Twine. Hope that helps and have fun!

  47. flutemom Says:

    papermart.com has the boxes in the sizes used here for this project. they are sold in quantities of 50. $7 for the 2x2x2 and $11 for the 3x3x2
    http://www.papermart.com/Product%20Pages/Product.aspx?GroupID=16493&SubGroupID=16494&ParentGroupID=18998#16494

  48. Melanie Says:

    SUPER AWESOME! Thats going in everyones christmas baskets this year!

  49. Patty Says:

    This is beyond cool. Love it!

  50. Ericka Says:

    Where did you buy the plastic containers?

  51. New York Wedding Photographers Says:

    I want that s’more kit!

  52. Jasmine Says:

    Thank you so much for this idea! I have decided to do this for my upcoming September wedding as favors for our guests. I am now making mock ups and I am so excited to give these away. Oh and for anyone wondering King size Hershey bars look work the best.

  53. Anna Says:

    I am doing this for Christmas gifts this year. Thanks so much for sharing! I’m pretty excited to put them together!

  54. Amanda Says:

    Do you know where I can find those boxes?