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Camp Drew- Drew's 10th Birthday - camp out
  • 5 guests
  • 10 November 2012
  • Our house / Puyallup / Washington / United States



Donna C says...

@ 15:04 on Nov 23, 2012

LOVE the s'more necklace! How did you make them?


Jennifer B says...

@ 08:19 on Nov 26, 2012

Hi Donna! I used polymer clay in three different colors: white (for the marshmallow), tan ( for the graham crackers) and dark brown (for the chocolate) We rolled the marshmallows out first into little balls and then flattened them slightly so they looked like marshmallows. We then cut out the two graham crackers using a small square cutter that you can find in a craft store with all the polymer clay essentials. I roughed up the edges and made the holes on top with a toothpick. Then using the same square cutter I cut out the chocolate piece. Layer them together and push a eyelet pin through the top. Bake for recommended temp. and time as polymer clay packaged indicates. The girls had a blast making these and I don't think there is a right or wrong way to make them because they all turned out so cute. Thanks for your question!


Katrina M says...

@ 17:44 on Apr 15, 2013

Img_0460_thumb Can you tell me what you used to make these? So cute!


Lisa P says...

@ 15:31 on Jul 16, 2013

Cute party! How did you make the tents? My daughter wants a camping party for her birthday in Nov. I'm thinking I better get busy making the tents, pillows etc


Ginny E says...

@ 21:15 on Oct 18, 2013

Img_0460_thumb Where did you get your pintables for everything? This is a supercute and fun party idea! my son has a January birthday and this would be totally fun for him!

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