Summer time, and the eating is easy!!
S'mores, and more! Please!
Here's a little note card to attach to a picnic - of course it would include all the ingredients shown above!
Queen & Company's little white poms worked a charm for my teensy little toothpick-skewered toasted marshmallows… while I created my own
chocolate bar with Catherine Pooler Icing on the Cake ink, and EBE Classic Block Alphas - the perfect size to mimic the raised letters on a Hershey bar.
My graham cracker was created with
all set on a sweet little red gingham pinked panel
found in my snippets bin!
We can't wait to see how you will create this scene!!!
Join us, won't you? We'll save a seat around the fire
for you at IB #80!
How clever are you! Love your some-mores fixings!
So cute and clever! Only recently tried my first smore! Jo x
GENIUS!!! I will be CASEing this when I get back from vacation!!
Let me be the first to say "You knocked this out of the park"!!! Those itty bitty marshmallows are genius!
The candy bar alone is stellar, but those little marshmallows send it over the TOP! Cute!
Oh my goodness, Michele ... you are a genius! Your creative brain is beyond clever to come up with this brilliant design ... and your super talented fingers were so deft at executing it! Awesome ... and just the thing for that cottage by the sea!! Hugs, Anita :)
Fantastic in every way. Wow! Michele, your creativity is just amazing. Thanks so much for sharing.
How delightful, Michele! I love how you played with the colors and gingham pattern, and your little skewers are perfect! Absolutely darling card, my friend!
Cute cute cute!
You've really grabbed the heart of the challenge prompt Michele. What a great card.
Oh my, how ingenious to make your own toasted marshmallows with toothpick and tiny pom-poms, Michele! And the chocolate bar and graham cracker made of all those die-cuts. My mouth is watering! Is this a card blog or a dessert blog!? :-)
So much fun Michele, I just got home from camping and there were marshmallows involved lol.
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