So you’ve made/bought your S’mores sticks and are ready for roasting, but what about packaging? Three by The Quill Pen gives us a great DIY on how to make the S’mores bags they designed for our photo shoot! Now you can have a whole display of S’more cuteness! Visit Three’s website for a full explanation of their DIY S’mores Bags!
Alright alright…you asked for it! We have listed the S’mores sticks for you to purchase on Etsy! We realized that not everybody has time to make these and sometimes it’s just easier to buy so purchase away! We have only listed one set right now but we will list more as they sell out. Happy shopping!
Follow this link to our Etsy page: http://www.etsy.com/listing/63422388/set-of-5-wooden-smores-sticks
If you didn’t catch the blog about our Fall Photo Shoot you can check it out here. The Smore’s sticks we used were actually made by my husband. Little did he know that his creation would be featured on my events blog! The great thing about these is that they can be used for any party, with any theme for any time of year! Personally, I love to roast s’mores in the winter. There’s just something about the cold weather and a warm fire that makes me happy.
So without further ado, if you feel comfortable with a drill and a handheld saw then this DIY is for you! I do not which is why my husband is the one who crafted (and designed might I add) these babies…NOT me!
Drill with a 1/8″ drill bit
Tree branch (1.5″ – 2″ in diameter)
1/8″ Round stainless steel rod
1. Each S’more stick needs a 2 ft. stainless steel rod. Your local hardware store can cut the rod to length you need.
2. Use a wood saw to cut down your branch (1.5″ – 2″ in diameter to prevent the wood from splitting).
3. Cut branch to about 2 ft. Be sure to trim both ends.
4. Drill a hole in the top of the branch.
5. Place the steel into the primed hole.
6. Carefully tamp the steel down into the branch, until it reaches the bottom of the primed hole.
7. Drive the rod in another couple of inches to secure it.
8. The S’more stick is complete!
We thought about selling these, which we could very well do, but let’s be honest. Will we? Probably not. So enjoy making them yourself!