s’mores

Ami is the creator of the popular national wedding blog Elizabeth Anne Designs.  She loves fabric and paper crafting, handmade wedding ideas, and DIY gift ideas that can be used as wedding favors, birthday presents, holiday gifts, and more!

Hi Whip Up readers!  My name is Ami, and I am the editor of the Elizabeth Anne Designs wedding blog.  I’m so excited to stop by today to guest post while Kathreen takes some well-deserved vacation!

September + October means fall and fall means crisp nights perfect for campouts.  And campouts mean S’mores!  Here’s a roundup of my favorite DIY S’mores ideas:

{DIY S’more LOVE wedding favors – image by Meg Perotti, full tutorial on Elizabeth Anne Designs}



{DIY S’mores kit from Creature Comforts}


{S’mores on a stick + printable tags from Paper Stories, full tutorial on Elizabeth Anne Designs}


{S’mores kits created by Jordan Ferney, tutorial found at Project Wedding}



{Smores baggie kit and free printable from write. click. scrapbook.}


{S’mores cake in a jar, recipe at How Sweet It Is}

Enjoy and share your favorite S’more ideas in the comments!

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Being an Australian s’mores are an unknown to me. In theory they sound like they could be pretty ok, crackers, chocolate and marshmallow, then add heat and eat. Nice. Link to tutorial, and for those of us that aren’t American, a definition.

Do you have a snack like s’mores that’s popular in your country? All I can think of for Australia is lamingtons, but they’re not quite as portable and make on the spotish.

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