Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Corelle/Pyrex Cutting Boards?

Hey, everyone!

Last weekend I went thrifting and found this sweet glass cutting board - with the forest fancies design on it! It was laying next to a 441 forest fancies bowl, and they were exactly the same. I flipped the cutting board over and it's marked Corelle. I had no idea these existed!


Does anyone else have one of these?

See what else I didn't buy while thrifting on my blog!

9 comments:

  1. Nope! I've never seen one.
    Very cool. Thanks for sharing!
    Erica :)

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  2. My Grandparents have the plain ones. I've never seen a one with a pattern before though. Very cool!

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  3. I wonder what other patterns those come in? How amazing would a pink gooseberry cutting board be? Oh, swoon!

    Erica

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  4. Oh wow! That is so cool! I've never seen one before and the fact that both Erica's have never seen one either must mean it is a special find. I'm with Erica on other patterns, think about a butterprint cutting board...

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  5. That's a Corelle Counter Saver, you lucky duck. I believe they also made "stove savers" that would cover all 4 burners on the stove (when it's not on, of course). I keep hoping the Pyrex/Corelle gods will grace me with a Counter Saver!

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  6. I didn't remember until you posted this picture, but my mom had a bunch of the spice of life stuff from and she definitely had one that looked like this but with a spice of life pattern in the corner.

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  7. Ok...I know this is crazy, but on my break at work today I stopped by the closest thrift store and found another forest fancies space saver (the larger one!) I scooped it up for a great price. It's far cleaner than the first. If anyone would like to trade for one, let me know! :)

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  8. i saw one of these in colonial mist, but i think it only exists in a few patterns

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