With cooler weather coming, it’s a great time to make a DIY S’mores Bar for Fall Parties. Use a Cricut or adhesive letters to make a fun addition for your fall gatherings.
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Who doesn’t love a tasty s’more? Having the ingredients sorted into jars is a good way to keep things organized and it’s a fun way to add functional decor to an outdoor fall party.
DIY S’mores Bar Jars & Sign
You’ll need three large jars. The ones we used are glass, but plastic ones would work as well.
I used Cricut Design space to make my vinyl labels. Using the Skinny Bold Font ( free download), I sized the words to fit appropriately on the jars.
After cutting and weeding, I used transfer paper instead of clear transfer tape to add the words to the jars.
Center the word onto the jar and use the Cricut scraper tool to make sure it’s adhering well.
Repeat for the other two jars. Use jars with airtight lids so that any leftover graham crackers or marshmallows will stay fresh for next time.
Since we were using these at a party, I wanted to make a fun sign to go along with the jars. I used the same font and found images of marshmallows on sticks. After resizing it all, I used the attach tool to make it all one cut.
These plexiglass frames are perfect for this. I purchased several of these acrylic frames at Michaels for projects for Gloria’s wedding. One was used for a sign to go with her wedding guest book alternative.
To have the words stand out better in the dark, I cut a piece of cardstock to size and slipped that into the frame.
The words pop out much better with a colored backing.
We set up the s’mores bar for the wedding reception for Gloria and Georges. It was a hit with everyone! Georges built a firepit in their backyard shortly after the bought their home and it’s a popular gathering spot for their neighbors.
The skewers are in a tall plastic container on the table. It’s great to have everything needed set out this way for your guests.
(Photo by Madison Krupp Photography)
Supply List for DIY S’mores Bar and Sign
- Large Glass Jars
- Tall Plastic Jar
- Vinyl & Trasfer Tape
- Plexiglass Frame
- Paper Cutter
- Ingredients for S’mores
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