Squeee! My first tutorial for Craftzine.com went live today, and I am beyond excited!
How-To: Make Vegan Serving Dish and Utensil Tags
It’s a rule. At some point in every single family gathering, potluck, or picnic I attend, someone will stab a meaty fork onto my plate to taste my pasta, or cut my layer cake with the cheesecake knife, or stir butter into my vegan mashed potatoes. It’s always an accident, and it’s almost impossible to avoid in a group setting. I made these washable, reusable tags and signs as a gentle way to keep communal food safe for folks with allergies or special diets. Goodbye, single-serving containers, hello party!
Want more? You can find the complete tutorial on CRAFT: How-To: Make Vegan Serving Dish and Utensil Tags!
Congrats on your post! A very clever idea and a great way to label dishes.
I’m not a vegan but I have Celiac disease. I plan on making some of these labels to take to home and church functions. Thanks for the idea!
What a great idea! Our church has lots of great pot-luck suppers, especially during the summer. We have a daughter who is a diabetic and I’m forever seeing people use other dessert spoons to dip into the sugar-free dishes. I also have people asking / wondering which dishes are diabetic-friendly, and I see these labels serving a duel purpose. We also have a child allergic to wheat, so I will definitely be making more than one set of these.