I adore s’mores – they are just everything that is summer all rolled into something gooey and yummy and messy. But we don’t make them very often so I just had to create something I can leave up year round! For me that means a hoop art projet and I had a blast stitching up this cute summer s’mores hoop!
So fun right? It’s the perfect hoop for showing off your favorite summer treat – and it would make a great gift for friends too!
It even has some little “toasted” pom poms around the edge!
Cute Summer S’mores Embroidery Hoop Art
So let’s get started – here’s what you’ll need:
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- 8″ embroidery hoop
- 10″ square of background fabric
- Felt pieces – white, light tan, medium tan with dots, brown, dark brown – I recommend using a wool or wool blend felt)
- Coordinating DMC embroidery floss – I used 3866,310, 3862, 435, 738
- Heat-n-Bond Fusible webbing
- Pom Pom trim – 1 yard
- Marking Pen
- Hot glue
- S’mores hoop pattern
Transfer the pattern to the fabric for the lettering and the hands and feet. Stitch everything with a back stitch.
Cut pieces of fusible webbing slightly larger than the s’mores pieces and iron them to the felt pieces. Cut out the pattern shapes for the chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker. I added a bit of light tan felt to the top of my marshmallow for a toasted look.
Remove the paper backing and iron the felt pieces in place according to the pattern. If you are not using a good wool or wool felt blend, you’ll need to use a pressing cloth or the felt will melt and could fuse to the iron. Not the kind of s’more we want to make. :)
Stitch around all the shapes with a small running stitch. Stitch across the center of the graham cracker to make the little perforated break line. Add the chocolate bar pieces to the background of the chocolate and stitch in place. Stitch the faces with little French knots for the eyes and back stitches for the mouths.
To create the “toasted” pom pom trim, brush a bit of tan paint on the top of the pom poms. I used my finger, it was easiest to get a toasted look that way. Top them off with a little rust craft paint to add some darker color.
Finish the back of your embroidery hoop and glue on the pom pom trim. Now you can show off your cute S’mores hoop!
If you make one and share it on social media, make sure you tag me and include #flamingotoes so we can all see it!
Also – if you haven’t joined the Flamingo Toes Stitch and Share Facebook group, we’d love to have you join in the fun! We share all sorts of cute projects, support and encourage each other, and I share sneak peeks and coupon codes too!
Absolutely ADORABLE! ! Makes me wish I could do embroidery! Great job!
Absolutely adorable. I plan on making this. In fact my little chihuahua is named smores.
Shehla | The Blue Elephants says
This is adorable! I love the detail on the pom border especially.
Mary Beth says
I honestly cannot take the cuteness! This is absolutely adorable.
Christine Jones says
THANK YOU for this pattern! It is the cutest thing ever – have already ordered the polka dot felt.
Marissa | Squirrels of a Feather says
Everyone is saying is absolutely adorable, and that was exactly the words I was going to use. So even though it has been said x10…ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE! I love S’Mores, this is such a cute, nostalgic DIY. Pinning for sure!
Michelle James says
I just wanted to let you know I featured this great DIY project at Merry Monday this week! I hope you will stop by to check it out when you have a chance and please link up with us again! Michelle
Roseann Hampton says
This is so adorable! I love the “toasted” pompom edging! Thanks for sharing at the Summer Time Fun Link Party!
Mother of 3 says
That is so adorable! I love the added touch of the toasted marshmallows around the edges. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Summer Time Fun Linky. Pinned.
Roseann Hampton says
I will be featuring this on Thursday from the Summertime Fun Link Party! Stop by to check it out! Roseann from This Autoimmune Life
Kristin's Peppermints and Cherries says
I absolutely love this and am featuring it tomorrow morning in a blog post for the Summer Time Fun Link Party Features. Thank you for joining in the fun of the link party!