Personalized Bakeware

Is it wedding season where you live?  About this same time each year, we receive several wedding invitations.  I always want to go and support the bride and groom and their families, but sometimes, I just don’t have a lot to spend on a gift.  Are you in the same boat?  Well this personalized bakeware is the perfect wedding gift!  It is easy to do and doesn’t cost a lot of money.

Bakeware 1

The first thing you will need to make one of these is a glass baking dish.  You can buy these for $10 or less at Target, Walmart, or anywhere you can buy baking supplies.  Maybe they have even registered for one!

Bakeware 2

Using my cutting machine and vinyl, I cut out the last name of the soon to be bride and groom.  I actually cut a mirrored image of the name.  I will show you why in a minute.  I placed my vinyl stencil on the bottom of the baking pan.  If you don’t have vinyl and a cutting machine, I have done the same thing with contact paper and an exacto knife.  It works just as well.

Bakeware 3

The reason I cut a mirrored image is so that the name reads correctly when you are looking at the top of the pan.

Bakeware 4

You will need to buy some glass etching cream.  I’m not familiar with brand names, I just picked one at the craft store.

Bakeware 6

Using a foam brush, brush on the glass etching cream.  You don’t want it to be too thin.  Make sure it is a nice even layer.  Then let the cream set for 5 minutes.  Then just run the pan under water to rinse away the etching cream.  It will totally seem like nothing has happened.  Once you remove your stencil and dry your pan, you will be able to see the name etched on the bottom of your glass pan!  No more masking tape with your name on the bottom of your pans when you go to potlucks!

Bakeware 7

Tie it up with a pretty bow and you are set to shower the bride and groom.

Bakeware 8

Not only do these make great wedding gifts, these would make great gifts for mom on Mother’s Day!

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Happy Gifting!


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Liz is a career woman and college grad turned stay at home mom. She is a wife and momma to 3 busy kids. She loves crafting with her kids, whipping up deliciousness in the kitchen, and creating on the computer. She shares all of those things and more at Lizzie Jane Baby.

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