Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Back 2 School Bake Sale


S'mores anyone? Kids are back to school and that means volunteering, bake sales and Open Houses. I wanted to make my contribution to the bake sale, but wanted something clever and different. This is what I came up with.




I made these little "S'mores To Go" packages. Inside each package is a Hershey chocolate bar, mini marshmallows and graham crackers. I also included a recipe for No Fire S'mores, thanks to Paula Dean and Food Network. com! All items are individually wrapped and swaddled in polka dot cellophane. Finally I tied it all together with some chocolate organdy ribbon and these darling tags I made using Lasting Impressions embossing templates and paper from Close To My Heart.

Here is the recipe to make the No Fire S'mores. It's very simple and would be such a nice treat for families to share together.


But, that's not all! I also made a dozen goodie bags filled with Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies. These were made with a 5x12 sheet of card stock with a hole cut out of the center front to showcase the yummy cookies inside. I stamped the apple and sentiment from the September Word Puzzle stamp and finished it with some twine. The school asked to have all baked goods packaged individually, so I think these qualify!

3 comments:

bren yule said...

I love all the fun things you have shared! I have a comment for your no FIRE s'mores...you can also use
Your HEAT TOOL! We had a scrap camp and my little S'more packet said, have S'more fun with Close To My Heart! thanks for sharing! Bren
I just started blogging too!
www.theinspirationinstitute.com

Barbara said...

Hi...I'm a CTMH consultant also; I found your blog after visiting our CTMH bb. I absolutely LOVE your blog and all of the things that you create! All of your projects are beautiful!
I adore this little packaged item you made....very cute!!!
I will be popping in again to see what magic you are creating!
Have a marvelous week!

Vicki Sullivan said...

I love S'mores and I Love this idea. You know all of those people who you want to give gifts to but not really gifts - well I'm making these for those people for Christmas and my co-workers. Wonderful idea. found your sige after visiting another ctmh blog. love your site.