How to make a Pumpkin Smore

I have been on a pumpkin food kick lately. I want to turn every pumpkin I have into some sort of food item. I don't know what has gotten into me. I'm obsessed with it though. These are S'more pumpkins and I think they are absolutely adorable. Enjoy!

Giant Pumpkin S'more

What you need
9" white Fairytale faux pumpkin (or a real pumpkin spray painted white)
White foam boards
Light brown construction paper or cardstock - four 12"X 12" sheets
Light brown acrylic paint
Dark brown spray paint (Rust-Oleum Gloss Kona Brown)
Spray adhesive
X-acto knife or box cutter
Ruler or tape measure


1. For the "graham crackers" - using an X-acto knife or box cutter, cut two 12" X 12" pieces from the sheet of foam board. Spray the adhesive on one side of a cut foam piece then align and press down a sheet of light brown construction paper. Repeat on the other side then repeat with the other piece of trimmed foam board. Carefully paint the white edges of the foam board with light brown paint. Set aside to dry.

2. For the "chocolate bar" - cut one 11" X 11" piece from the foam board. Cut two pieces 10½" X 5¼" from the foam board. Spray the top and sides of all cut pieces with the dark brown paint and set aside to dry.

3. Center the 11" X 11" chocolate on a graham cracker and attach with hot glue. Place the two smaller chocolates side by side on top of the larger chocolate and glue in place.

4. Hot glue the pumpkin "marshmallow" on top of the chocolate. Attach top graham cracker to marshmallow with hot glue. Set aside to dry.