Here ye, here ye. I have an announcement. My new favorite gift (for myself!) is a wooden box from PIEBOX! Every attendee of the pie workshop was given one, and they were SUCH a hit! Not to mention how well-crafted they are. The lid just slides off like butter creating a safe place for your precious precious pie. Perfect to transport all those pies you’ll be making this year for Thanksgiving, right? 😉 Well, I love my PIEBOX, and I also love having one of a kind wooden boxes that carry pie. So here we are today with a simple tutorial for a DIY PIEBOX Paper Liner!
- one wooden PIEBOX
- cute patterned paper
- double-sided tape
- a pen or pencil
Remove the lid from the PIEBOX and lay it on the back of your patterned paper. Trace around it with your pen or pencil. Take caution not to get anything on the wooden lid!
Once you’ve traced, cut out the paper square. Cut just a little inside the lines so that it’s a tad smaller than what you traced.
Place a few pieces of double stick tape to the inside bottom of the PIEBOX. Tape that sucker right into the pie box and gently smooth your hands over the paper to ensure it all lays flat and sticks well.
Bonus: the paper protects the wood AND looks pretty. Everybody wins!
Double Bonus: They’ve just come out with a MEATBOX. Logan’s brain just exploded.
Go and make pie.
Go and box pie.
Go and eat pie.
To read more about the pie workshop, click here! You can also visit the hashtag #eatdrinkcreate on Instagram!
This post is in partnership with PIEBOX, an amazing company that believes in protecting your baked goods. They provided wooden boxes for the workshop and for this post. Thank you for supporting the brands that help The Proper Pinwheel keep creating!
photography: all photos by The Proper Pinwheel