Finally, the pie baking contest free printables. I tell ya, whenever I get ready to launch a big project like this one, I have a hard time finishing and posting the project. This, in spite of the fact that I already used all of these for our Relief Society Enrichment pie baking contest at church, everybody loved them, and I've improved the design since that time. Now you know who you are dealing with.
In order to deal with myself, I'm trying to adopt a principle of "net positive," meaning, does something (or someone) taken as a whole do more good than not good? This works for people, too, and I've found that thinking this way helps me be more forgiving of myself and others, escpecially because it helps me look outward at what we've all done in this world and not just focus on me.
Now, a free printable is certainly doing more good than not good and any dummy can figure that out, nevertheless, I bog down. Are they good, enough? Specifically on these, I'm not happy with the flag labels in the image, but (!) here...they...are...
A complete collection of pie-baking printables all set up with fillable fields so you can personalize the pieces for your own event. About 20 pages in all. We have:
- Invitations (the oven door opens to reveal the event info inside)
- Posters (2 sizes; 8.5 x11 and 11x17)
- Sign-up sheet
- Name tags for the pies
- "Style" awards for every baker: 20 certificates
- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards with easels that sit up next to the winning pies
We had signups for pies and table decorations, which worked out real well as not all are bakers, but still could participate. Judges, of course, also had to be sisters with no horse in the race. Really, there was a lot of involvement. We had a lot of fun.
Just thought I'd show you what the posters look like, too. You don't have to download these separately, it's all in the pie-baking contest printable.
Enjoy! Eat 'em up, yum!