DIY S'mores Bar Burner

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Do you love S'mores??? Here's an easy DIY S'mores Burner for a yummy S'mores Bar. This DIY is portable, and great for the whole family to enjoy!

Easy & Portable!

For this project you're going to need: (4) Tall multi-photo frames from Dollar Tree, (10-15) Stones bags, (2) Warmers, a black poster board...

A S'mores printout, a white paint marker, and a small cardboard box (as filler).

Pull off tabs from 3 frames.

Use Printout to trace the word "S'mores" on two glass.

Use glass to trace, and cut out a piece of black board.

Use E-6000 to glue glass inside frame with tabs.

Place black poster board inside frame, and secure with tabs. Glue each "S'mores" glass inside frames with E-6000, and then glue them on top of poster board frame.

Use E-6000 to glue last frame on top of other frames. Use a bit of hot glue on corners to help keep frames up.

Use black poster board to create sides of the S'mores box. Glue them on with E-6000. Let box dry for 24hrs.

Place a small empty box inside the S'mores box as filler. Place stones inside box.icon

Bury burners in stones, and ENJOY with the fam!

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  • Jodi E Rowland Jodi E Rowland on Oct 09, 2019

    A small, clean fish tank will work for this as well.

    • Betty Betty on Apr 26, 2022

      That's what I thought it was. Also rocks can come from anywhere as long as they are cleaned thoroughly. Might be fun to have the kidos collect them.

  • Joanne Garcia Joanne Garcia on Oct 09, 2019

    I am going to try!!!