Hi everyone! My name is Stephanie and this is my first post here on the Pyrex Collective. I am a Canadian Pyrex-addict who's been collecting for a couple of years now (here's a look at my humble collection if you're interested). I post weekly on a vintage themed blog called Ice Cream, Etc. and run an Etsy shop called Brown Cat Vintage which sells clothes and a handful of Pyrex. You can also find me on Twitter and Instagram. Stop by and say hello, I'd love to meet some fellow Pyrex fans :)
Today I thought it would be fun to share some creative ways to use vintage Pyrex around your home. These are my favourite unconventional uses from list. You can read the entire list here on my blog.
Cake Molds // Use a bowl as a semi-sphere cake mold to make amazing creative cakes like these little guys above. Find the instructions for the owl here and the penguin here.
Dresser or Desktop Storage // Use a casserole dish to organize small items on a dresser or desktop like nail polish or bottles of perfume. *I have a Golden Acorn split casserole dish on a little table in my front hall to catch my keys and sunglasses when I walk in the door. This is the only piece of Pyrex I use outside of the kitchen.
Light Shade // I hate to see Pyrex destroyed but these pendant lamps would certainly make interesting conversation pieces.
Flower Pot // Drill a hole in the bottom and use an old scratched up bowl as a decorative flower pot holder. I think this would look amazing done with a row of multi-coloured fridge dishes.