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Thread: Glass 9x13" pan

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    Senior Member crafty-kid's Avatar
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    Glass 9x13" pan

    I did an etching on the bottom of a 9x13" glass pan for my 28 year old daughter. She loves snowflakes and I thought putting her initials in it would be perfect. The snowflake is 6".
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    adorable--bet she cherishes it

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    Thanks Rose!
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    That's fun! Plus it will be easy to find after the clean up at the potlucks.

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    nice idea!!
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    Wonderful and so very personal, I love it
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    Sew cool. Would love to learn how to do that.
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    Good idea, it shouldn't get 'lost' now.
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    That is so cool!!!

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    Such a great idea for a gift!

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    great idea, no excuses about returning it to the proper owner. I love that idea!

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    Oh my gosh! I never thought of doing that...what a great idea for getting pans back from potlucks and food taken for funerals, etc. Thanks for sharing it.
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    Very nice idea!!
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    That is such a great idea!

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    That's a lovely idea!
    take plenty of pic of family & friends, keep tabs on loved ones but make time for yourself !

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    My DIL does this for wedding gifts! She's so smart!
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    Great idea, one question: doesn't it weaken the glass? or affect baking, etc.........sorry that was more than one question.
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    Nope it doesn't have any issues with baking/cooking or weaken the glass. Just gives it an owner. haha
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    Did you etch on the inside or the bottom outside of the pan?

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    Very creative--I would never have thought of that.

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