It only makes since that a baker would want to sign his or her creation. After all, artists always include their signature somewhere within their masterpieces, and I don’t think many would be foolish enough to argue that bakers aren’t artists. While their art may get eaten on a regular basis, they are no less creative for it. I don’t know if any baker out there has tried to “sign” their work before, but I can’t imagine the results turned out very well if they did. Something about pens and dough don’t go together very well.

Thankfully, though, there is now a way for every baker out there to leave his or her impression on their creations, and it comes in the form of a specialized rolling pin. That only makes sense, right?

Bakers Can Now Autograph Their Creations

Your Very Own Brand…

Available now from Etsy are rolling pins just like the one pictured above. They don’t all come with dinosaur impressions, though. (Though I would be okay if they did). You can actually get just about anything laser imprinted on there that you’d like on your treats, for example: “Made with Love by Norma’s Bakery”. If you don’t like that wordy option, they also offer all kinds of designs like the ones printed above.

Each of these rolling pins is handmade from beech wood and will cost about $56.00. While at first glance it does seem a bit pricy for a rolling pin – what other options are out there for personalizing your baked treats? And if you run a bakery, you can’t argue that it’d be good advertising.

If you’d like to get your hands on one of these, you can visit the site here.

What do you think? Would you use one of these on your baked goods? Let us know in the comments section below.

[Image via theawesomer]

SOURCE: http://gizmodo.com/embossed-rolling-pins-let-bakers-sign-their-creations-1548770380