Casserole Carrier

I like to make homemade wedding gifts whenever I can. I saw this Casserole Carrier Tutorial from Two Little Hooligans and I was allll over it. She has really detailed instructions. The only thing that I didn’t do (and should have) was add a little extra length because the Pyrex that I found had built in glass handles. But I still love how it turned out. Halfway through I remembered an old post from Jill where she added belting instead of making the handles. She also etched the couples last name into the Pyrex. Done. I shamelessly copied two crafters!

I used a super bold print for the outside and a cute little dot pattern for the inside.

I also added a label.

And etched the glass.

And now I want one :) Have you made any homemade wedding gifts lately?
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  1. what a great idea! much more fun than getting a boring, predictable registry gift! And I love the etched dish idea too

  2. I have got to make this! Your fabric is awesome! Thanks for sharing this, I adore this little project!

  3. So adorable!!! and i love the etched casserole dish!!! how did you do that??

  4. Wow, what a great idea.
    I love the fabric choice!
    Never realized how desperately I need a casserole carrier until RIGHT NOW. ;)

  5. I love the fabric that you used! Totally adorable! I might have to make one of these for my Mom, I think she really needs one. Thanks for a great idea.

    P.S. it’s not shamelessly stealing because you gave credit where credit is due. Thanks for linking to the original tutorial!

  6. Just became one of your followers. Love the fabric you chose for the casserole carrier. Gonna have to try that one myself sometime.

    You’ll have to stop by my blog sometime if you get a chance.


  7. I love the fabric!! And seriously, here in the Netherlands no one has ever heard of a casserole carrier, I think it’s such a clever idea!

  8. Can I order one for myself?!?! Love this – sell this on Etsy!~

  9. I need to make one of these. So cute!

  10. Love this idea. Thanks for sharing.

  11. wow, what a great idea! i love the fabric you used!

  12. that is genius! i mean, how many times do you have dinner with friends and show up with a dish and have nothing pretty to carry it in. i literally brought apple crisp to a neighbor’s party last weekend and had that exact pyrex pan. i think i would have impressed everyone if i showed up with it in that! love it!

  13. This is adorable! What a great idea for a gift.

  14. I am so stealing this idea for Christmas gifts!!

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  15. That is one of the coolest gifts ever. Especially for a wedding. I am so pinning this. Great job.

  16. This is such an amazing gift!! I love the fabric and the etched name!! I pinned it too! :-) and your newest follower.

    Stopping by from T&J’s linky party.
    Here is what I shared this week:

  17. Awesome fabric! Awesome idea!

  18. So cool! I’m your newest follower from

    Would you follow me back? Can’t wait to check out the rest of your blog!

  19. adorable and i love the funky fabric! Great job! It is casserole time again this fall so this would be perfect to take to new moms, sick people and shut ins from church.

    thanks for the great idea.


  20. What an awosome Job! I need one of these. I would love it if you came and linked up at my blog link Party Crafty Lassie Tuseday

  21. I’ve seem so many casserole carriers but none that nice. Love the fabric you used. I would love for you to stop by and link up your project to More the Merrier Monday. It lasts through Wednesday so you have plenty of time to link up.

  22. What fun fabric you used. I love this idea. Thanks for sharing it.

  23. What a fabulous gift idea! I love that you etched the glass too.

  24. This is so clever! Looks great!


  25. Gorgeous and super handy :)

    Love for you to link up at:
    “Made by ME” Linky Party at JAQS at

  26. That’s really cute! I’ve been dying to make one forever :). I’m sure they’ll love it!

  27. Shelby Buchanan says:

    Hi Taylor! I absolutely LOVE it!! Such a brilliant gift and the fabric is perfect! I can’t wait to use it :) Thanks so so so much!!

    P.S. Eric loves it too. He said it’s his favorite wedding gift!

  28. I love the fabric that you used! Totally adorable! I might have to make one of these for my Mom, I think she really needs one. Thanks for a great idea.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Sell it on etsy! I’d but one!

  30. The original post said to use two yards of fabric. With the two fabrics, I assume you got one yard of each?

  31. Yes! One yard for each the inside and out

  32. Taylor, wondering how you etched the glass?

  33. Hi! This are absolutely awesome! Just wondering where you find your fabrics at?

  34. These are gorgeous! I saved the original tutorial but also this post in my EN because you have some great ideas (love your handles better) and love the fabric! THanks for sharing!

  35. I made one of these and then my daughter and I made two more for gifts! They are gorgeous! I linked to your pinterest pin, your post on your blog, and also the tutorial referenced in your post at my blog:



  36. I’m glad you like them Gina! Yours turned out really cute!

  37. Taylor, just finding this and LOVE it! I seriously need sewing lessons from you this summer! Not kidding; I’m such a sewer wanna-be but and barely sew a button on… sad I know! Anyway I love this…it’s the same material as my nursing cover though; haha! ;)
    Scheduling lessons soon!
    Mackenzie :)

  38. Do you use 1 yard of each fabric?

  39. Love it and the fabric

  40. Rebecca says:

    So, I know this is a really old post, but I was wondering if you used 1 inch belting or 1-1/2 inch? I am planning on making a few, and wanted to buy it in bulk, since it is cheaper that way. :)

  41. My family always say that I am wasting my time here at web,
    except I know I am getting experience daily by reading thes good articles or reviews.

  42. Shelby O'Brien says:

    How did you attach the belts?

  43. Everything is very open with a precise description of the challenges.
    It was really informative. Your website is very helpful.
    Thank you for sharing!


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