What says summer more than making s’mores by a campfire? Keep the sweet supplies organized by making this DIY S’mores Caddy for your next camping trip or fire pit get-together.
This summer my family got our first firepit. Let me tell you, we are loving it! And that means we are making s’mores all.of.the.time! I mean you have to right? In order to keep the supplies organized and ready to use, I came up with this cute carrier!
How to Make a S’mores Caddy
I have seen these made with several different styles of carriers; everything from galvanized metal to wooden boxes. I happened to find this plastic school supply caddy at Target for just $2- so you know that price was right for this frugal mama. I also love that it is washable for the stickiness that will certainly come with making the gooey goodness called s’mores.
I then turned to my Cricut to create a fun design for on the front (I mean why not embellish it right?). There are some marshmallow/s’mores images already available in the Cricut Design Space™, but I wanted to create my own. Using Cricut Access fonts (Don Juan and Babett) and images (Marshmallows and hearts), I created just the right message- “making s’more memories”. You can access my design here or create your own too.
In my image, you can see that there is a small shape at the top of the main image. I recently learned this trick for when you are layering colors. Make a shape on the top of the image that you can use to line up the colors underneath.
Be sure to prep your caddy by wiping it down with some alcohol, this will help the vinyl stick better.
Now it’s time to fill up your s’mores caddy. My go-to spot for budget-friendly s’mores supplies is Aldi (see ALL the ways I love Aldi here). I can get marshmallows, a box of graham crackers and smooth chocolate for around $3.50 total! And if you really want to mix things up, get a package of $0.99 Aldi Fudge Stripe cookies to use. I also like to put in some baby wipes for sticky fingers.
Do you need this S’mores Caddy for your next campfire? What else would you add to the tote?
I am a Cricut Ambassador. I receive Cricut cutting machines and products to facilitate fabulous DIY projects like this one. All opinions are my own.