Never lose a pan at a pot luck dinner again. This was a big hit among friends and family last Christmas. I gave everyone 9x13 inch baking pans that had their name etched into the bottom of the pan.
I don't understand the need to print out the name backwards. Could you please clarify? Thanks!
What a great idea! I bought a small glass etching knife & I will try this. Thanks.
If you print/etch the name backward, you will see the name the "right" way when you look through the front of the pan. I'd think it would be up to you which way you prefer it.
This came at a great time. I'm traveling to visit my hard-to-buy-for SIL next week and will make this and take it along for either a hostess gift or a Christmas present.
This is a TERRIFIC idea...especially for those really "hard to buy for" people on your gift list! Thanks for sharing it with all of us!
Sheila in Cocoa, FL
WOW great idea. This would make one wonderful wedding gift. Sometimes wedding gifts can get so costly and you are left to wonder if they really liked it. I gifted a glass pitcher with the couple's name etched (at no small price) which was a hit.
However this is what I will be gifting. Plus I myself will make some for me. Fun and useful. I love it.
What a brilliant idea--thanks for sharing!
Thank you thank you thank you. I wish I had the smarts to come up with these GREAT things
Made 3 last night for my daughter's Christmas. I have given two already as gifts. Every one wants to know where to get them. I'm not telling yet. I'm having to much fun making and giving them. Again thank you so much for your post.
The name goes on backwards on the bottom of the pan so that when name is etched, you can see name properly through the front of the pan. No losing it now Just the same as ambulance is written backwards on the front of the car so that when you look in your rear view mirror you see ambulance the right way
This is Awesome... I was just thinking about this a few days ago. I can see this design idea in my head. Do any of you remember doing the art project where you ended up with "reflection" of the name done in cursive?
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