Etched Glass Pie this good must be made by...    The underside of the pie plate is etched with the wording    Please remember to include the

Etched Glass Pie Plate Pie this good Pie Lover Gift Personalized Custom

Etched Glass Pie this good must be made by... The underside of the pie plate is etched with the wording Please remember to include the

Cooking with K - Southern Kitchen Happenings: Easy Homemade Buttery Shortbread Crust

Easy Homemade Buttery Shortbread Crust

Cooking with K - Southern Kitchen Happenings: Easy Homemade Buttery Shortbread Crust

Using Pie Tins as Plates and Bandanas as Napkins for a Beer Boots and BBQ Party or 4th of July / Memorial Day / Labor Day / Grill out - Link for More Menu and Decor Ideas

Using Pie Tins as Plates and Bandanas as Napkins for a Beer Boots and BBQ Party or 4th of July / Memorial Day / Labor Day / Grill out - Link for More Menu and Decor Ideas

Anthropologie's New Arrivals: Baking Essentials - Topista

Anthropologie's New Arrivals: Baking Essentials

The scalloped edge and neutral graystone glaze of the Deep Dish Pie Plate beautifully accent pies and casseroles.

Deep Dish Pie Plate

The scalloped edge and neutral graystone glaze of the Deep Dish Pie Plate beautifully accent pies and casseroles.

Would love to find these pottery pie plates somewhere!

Ready To Ship! Handmade, Pie plates, stoneware, pottery, ceramic,stoneware clay, colorful (some colors ready to ship)

Would love to find these pottery pie plates somewhere!

A tiered stand made from vintage pie plates, with a rolling pin center — made by Kaytie Yost, a.k.a. Seelamade on Etsy.  If you have a miter saw and an old rolling pin that’s warped and/or cracked (i.e., no longer useful as a rolling pin!), you could try making your own caddy, like Jane of Mamie Jane’s blog did. Jane’s post about it is here.  Find more kitchen-related repurposing here.

A tiered stand made from vintage pie plates, with a rolling pin center — made by Kaytie Yost, a.k.a. Seelamade on Etsy. If you have a miter saw and an old rolling pin that’s warped and/or cracked (i.e., no longer useful as a rolling pin!), you could try making your own caddy, like Jane of Mamie Jane’s blog did. Jane’s post about it is here. Find more kitchen-related repurposing here.

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