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Campfire Treats

Day 1 May Arts / October Afternoon Blog Week!

Campfire Treats

 

 

Campfires and Smores go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly or Sunny and Cher. My boys are always after us to make the gooey messes when we have a campfire and I have to admit, that sometimes it just isn’t fun picking marshallows out of their hair! So, I decided to put together a more mom-friendly, less messy but just as tasty smores treat to take camping!

 

 

You only need a few basic crafting and food supplies to make these easy, quick and cute treat bags!

 

Supplies:

  • Glassine Paper (or wax paper)
  • ~2 feet May Arts Twisted Burlap in Green (363-16)
  • ~1 foot May Arts Burlap String in Linen (SM09)
  • Large Petitie Scalloped Circle Die –Nestabilties
  • Hole Punch
  • Grahm Cracker Bites
  • Miniture Marshmallows
  • Milk Chocoalte Chocolate Chips

 

 

To get started, create your bag from a 8.25”x6.25 piece of glassine and cut as shown in template.

 

 

Continue by scoring and assembling the glassine paper and gluing to form a bag. Cut a topper from patterned paper using your diecut and score in half.

 

 

Fill your treat bag with goodies one half to two thirds full.

 

 

Roll the bag shut and top with patterned scalloped circle. Punch one hole through all and wrap the thick burlap sting around the bag and through the topper. Knot to close.

 

 

Finish by embellishing your treat bag with a large linen burlap string bow and cute pin. These treat bags would be perfect for a Campfire themed birthday party or sleepover!

 

 

If you are giving your treat bags as a gift, why not make a handmade card to go along with your goodies? To make the above card, I punched two circles from scrap cardstock and wound the green twisted burlap onto itself, gluing as I went. I finished the card by adhering a large October Afternoon Sticker and Letter Sticker Sentiments onto a woodgrain embossed panel and then all to a kraft cardbase. Simple, fun and full of texture!

 

Blog post by: Karen Baker

 

Head on over to October Afternoon for more inspiration!

  1. Lisa Petrella

    Super cute and yummy project, Karen!!! LOVE this idea!!!! And those patterned papers, embellies, and strings are so rustic and FUN!!!!

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  2. conniemelancon

    What a cute project!

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  3. Mandie Wade

    What a “Sweet” project!

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  4. Glyniss

    I love these and they would be great for my little granddaughter’s scout troop! Love your ribbon and have always drooled over OA’s everything!! I have not known of you previously but saw this on OA’s blog!

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  5. Laura

    I love the great texture the green circles provide on the card!

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  6. MandyK

    Cute projects!Great tutorial!

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  7. Amanda J

    This is such a cute idea! LOVE it!! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  8. Elin L

    Wonderful tip!! I love your ideas and blog. This would be perfect for a childrenparty or a surprice during a trip 🙂
    Thank you!!!

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  9. Sue D

    Fabulous treat bags!

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  10. Amy Smidebush

    Super cute!! LOVE October Afternoon’s papers!

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  11. Sav O'G

    SUPER duper cute treat bags! LOVE LOVE LOVE:)

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  12. Jennifer H.

    I made smores in a bag last week! I used Golden Grahams, chocolate chips, and mini marshmallows. BUT the one thing different…you put them in a cute little bag! I just used a clear snack baggie. Yours are definately cuter!! TFS!

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  13. Kathy P

    What a ‘sweet’ idea for the goodie bags, one my DGC would LOVE! And looks pretty easy..thanks for the instructions. Love that owl card, too!

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  14. Emily

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this tutorial!!!

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  15. Jocelyn

    That is such a cool idea, Karen! I LOVE the yarn circles on the card, too.

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  16. Donna

    This is a fabulous idea!

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  17. joni

    I love the idea of smores, just not the mess, this treat bag solves that problem. I also love October Afternoon, what’s not to love!

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  18. Kimberly Sudol

    This is soooooo adorable!!! It’s just too cute!! Thanks for sharing all the details with us!

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  19. Frances

    This is SO fun and such a great idea!, hugs, Frances

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  20. F LYNN RUSH

    what a fun little treat bag.

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  21. Melinda Wilson

    Wow! This is a super cute idea!

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  22. ~amy~

    okay, what a cute cute idea Karen! LOVE the snackie bags and your card is over the top cute!!!

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  23. sue w.

    what a great treat inside that little pouch and the twine to hold it closed, great idea.
    next is the adorable owl card…too cute.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  24. jean marmo

    Such a yummy idea!

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  25. lynn

    what an adorable project, karen! thanks for the tut, and the embossing on your cute card–awesome:)

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  26. Cynthia B.

    Love these treats – and their packaging! Great card too – love the twisted burlap…didn’t even know you carried some like this – awesome effect!

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  27. Latrice Murphy

    I love this great little project. How perfect for a scout trip or a camp out party favor! The card is super super cute as well. Great job sweets.

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  28. Sharli

    Awesome project – and the card is adorable! I love the coil of “rope”. You have made me hungry . . .

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  29. Carol B

    Super cute idea! Yummy too!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. Jenny M

    These are so sweet Karen 🙂
    Jenny x

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  31. Charlene

    Yummy!

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  32. Trinh

    Fun & fantastic treat bags with a cutie patootie card!

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  33. Michelle Smith

    Such a cute idea!! Thanks for sharing.

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  34. Anita A

    What a yummy treat!

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  35. Denise Bryant

    What a fun idea!
    DeniseB

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  36. Alice W.

    fabulous project, Karen! love love your self-made glassine bag. thanks for the tutorial!

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  37. Carol

    Super cute idea – thank you for the template, great for all occasions!

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  38. Leeanne

    What a fabulous idea. With 3 lil ones I bet they would LOVE it! Will have to give it a try! Awesome tutorial, Karen you rock!!

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  39. Becci Manies

    Those are adorable!!!!! 🙂

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  40. Anita Y.

    Very cute idea!! I could see filling these with all kinds of goodies 🙂

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  41. erin

    What a fun little treat, would be handy for just about any occasion.

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  42. Kristie Maynard

    These are just adorable! I could see using this idea for a lot of different treats! TFS!

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  43. Joy Hager

    Super cute projects!!!!

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  44. Kelly massman

    OMgoodness! These are too cute and I love the way you wound the green twisted burlap around like that….

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  45. Heather I.

    WONDERFUL!!!!!! This is SO fun and such a great idea!

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  46. Lindy

    Oh my heavens!!! My little girl does the same thing…she has it everywhere!!!! I absolutely LOVE this idea!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  47. natasha G.P.

    I can’t stand how cute those are. Hey, I have a hint for making extra yummy s’mores: put the chocolate on the graham cracker, and then place it on the grill NEAR the flame (not over it, you just want to warm the chocolate) while you cook your marshy. When you put them all together, they melt together and oh boy!

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  48. Sharon Gullikson

    Thanks for the directions. The campy papers, etc. are my favorite from October Afternoon. They come up with some adorable stuff, and that’s putting it mildly!

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  49. b.poteraj

    Those are TOOOOOO cute! We are going camping in a few weeks, and I’d LOVE to make some of those.

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  50. Holly Tolman

    After having a very near disaster last week with a hot marshmallow and my 3 year old’s leg, this is the way to go form now on for us!

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  51. Lindsay Amrhein

    Oh goodness, what a fun little treat idea! Such a fun card too!

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  52. Vera W. Yates

    Karen, what a neat idea! And, I love your card. It’s so cute! Great projects.

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  53. Denise Coulter

    What fun and beautiful treat bags 🙂 Love the patterned paper.

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  54. Jasmine Ford

    Cute projects, these are the perfect idea for little kids like mine, who in theory like s’mores, but don’t like to get sticky! I’m looking forward to this blog week with October Afternoon!

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