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Roses Rolling Pin

Roses Rolling Pin

$ 32.00

If you close your eyes, you can smell that undeniable and delicious smell of a subtle rose. To announce our new ROSE pin, we're delighted to partner with fellow artist, Molly English, owner of English Rose Farms, Knoxville TN. Upon ordering this rolling pin, you can choose a special soap to accompany your pin! 

You choose: rose scented or no scent! Leave your preference in the notes section. 

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We believe baking and being in the kitchen is a time to treasure. From making a mess with a young kiddo, baking quietly trying a new recipe or just enjoying the delightful smells that bring you back to childhood, our rolling pins are a fun tool for your kitchen and great conversation piece.

This adorable rolling pin is an absolute must have for you or the baker or potter in your life. Intended for homemade sugar cookies, springerle cookies, peanut butter roll out cookies, gingerbread cookies, fondant, flour and salt ornaments, pottery and plenty more! Or, if you don’t bake…not to worry. Simply put it on your kitchen counter to admire every day for cozy décor.

Potters: You'll love this one as the seam blends into the pattern and is continuous!

 Wooden barrel measures 10" x 2".  Including handles, the entire pin measures 17 x 2. Hand wash only, dry with dish towel and let air dry. Ships from Colorado, USA via 3 day USPS. Arrives with a tried and true recipe and care instructions.

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P.S. While this adorable pin is intended for the reasons listed, it is not intended for homemade pies or cobblers. Well, kind of. Most pie bakers use Crisco and while the dough will look amazing, the images will bake out. For those of you who use a homemade shortbread based recipe, this rolling pin will work. Also, you can use the frozen roll out pie crusts as well. If you bake a pie with our pin, we’d love to see a picture!

P.S.S. We recently wrote a recipe book containing various recipes that work beautifully with our rolling pins called, Just Roll With It, Recipes for easy embossed cookies. Tried and true recipes all in one place – how sweet is that?