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Black Friday 2018

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Make Halloween S’mores Kits With Our FREE Printable Bag Toppers

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Love S’mores?? 🍫 Excited for Halloween?? 👻

If you’re looking for a fun Halloween classroom party favor or a cute treat to give out for Halloween, check out these awesome DIY S’mores kits!

You’ll have fun putting them together AND the kiddos will enjoy helping out as well.

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I’ve created these FREE printable toppers that can easily attach to plastic sandwich bags for a spooky and festive treat!

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Halloween S’mores Kits

Supplies Needed:

Ghost Shaped Peeps Marshmallows
Individually Wrapped Hershey’s Chocolates
Graham Crackers
White Card Stock Paper
Scissors
Sandwich Baggies
Stapler & Staples

Directions:

Print and cut out our FREE printable templates. Place a marshmallow, chocolate, and 2 graham cracker halves in a plastic sandwich baggie. Fold label in half over the top of baggie and staple together.

(Note: My bags were larger than the label, so I folded the side and tops of bags then secured the topper over the bag and stapled.)

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These are so fun!

My daughter is making some for her friends and my son is passing them out at the next Cub Scouts meeting. I hope you enjoy them too.

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Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s DIY/Crafts created just for Hip2Save, click here.

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Comments 25

  1. Jen

    Super cute! I’m going to do this at my son’s preschool.

    • Visitor3

      Me too

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      How sweet – enjoy 😀

  2. Yenny

    Great idea!! 👻 I want to make these for my mil’s 1st graders:D

  3. Ellen

    Consider using regular marshmallows. I know they’re not as fun but the employees who make peeps are being very poorly treated by their company and are on strike. Just Born is a local company here and they’re tearing our community apart. The corporate greed is really sad.

  4. Linds'

    Love the tag! We did this last year with a camp ground trunk theme at church for our trunk or treat. They went over well. 😉

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Awesome – thanks Lins 😀

  5. Jassie C

    If my kid got these as a gift, I would be totally impressed and think they are cute. However my concern is the whole hygiene factor. I don’t know if the certain person who bagged them was not sick etc, because they would be touching the peep and cracker. I don’t know, this is just me. Am I being super overly paranoid?! I am a huge germ-a-phob.

    • Ellen

      No not paranoid…I think the same exact way. Sadly, if items are packaged like this, I throw them out. I have seen many people come home from shopping, work, etc and they don’t wash their hands before cooking and eating. We all wash up as soon as we get home.

    • AP

      I thought the same thing too! At my kids school, we can only bring pre-packaged items. If my kids got this for Halloween, I’d toss it out. It’s really cute though!

    • Dee

      I thought the same thing! I would make them if we were having a party to give out to our guests as a party favor but I wouldn’t pass them out to trick or treaters because I’d expect they’ll be thrown away.

    • SR

      Same here. Although I think it’s an adorable idea, if I received this from a stranger, I would throw this out.

  6. Adriana

    I love the ghosts but I still have peeps and bunnies left from Easter i got for 10 cent good until December 2017
    I’m totally going to be that lady 😂😂😂

  7. Deb

    Careful all that sugar on the outside of the peep burns fast when you put it in the flame. Tried it before with Easter peeps…. A bit scary.

  8. cindy

    Cute cute idea! I live your creativity!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Thanks Cindy!

  9. deepthi palur

    hey can some one please tell me how to make a smore at home (mean the final product with these).
    thanks

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      The microwave directions are right on the printable toppers 😀 You could also melt them in the oven for a few minutes.

  10. Julia

    Does anyone know which store carries the ghost?

    • Krista Huang

      Target

  11. Ang

    So cute!

  12. dk

    Thank you for the printable and idea!

  13. Sharlyn Friends

    Walmart carries small ziplock baggies in the craft section..by the beads,that work great on these..40 for $1..

  14. Patti

    I am making these to send to my 2 college aged children. Both can microwave them up and it’ll be something special for Halloween.

    • Jennifer (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great idea! I might do the same for mine, Patti! 🙂

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