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Rolling Together Baking Gift Set

Rolling Together Baking Gift Set

Regular price $29.00
Sale price $29.00 Regular price

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One of our most cherished holiday traditions is sharing a love for baking across the generations. Create wonderful memories for children, parents and grandparents alike with this gift set built for two bakers to make an assortment of cookies. Includes the JK Adams GRP-4 "My Favorite" Rolling Pin for bakers of all ages and a BRP-3-RED Mini Roller made especially for the smaller hands of the child baker. Both pins are made with waxed hardwood barrels, smooth-rolling nylon bearings and come with a lifetime guarantee. Also included are four of the most popular styles from Vermont's own Ann Clark Cookie Cutter Co. – Cute Llama, Unicorn, Monkey, and Star or choose our holiday version with a Snowflake, Gingerbread Man, Tree and Star.
Cookie cutters may be substituted due to inventory levels.

SKU: J-GS-03


  • JK
    Adams Large Rolling Pin
  • JK Adams Mini Rolling
  • 4 Cookie
  • Exclusive.

Care + Use

These rolling pins
have a lifetime guarantee, but please be sure to take good care: Wash gently
with warm, soapy water after each use. Do not soak your rolling pins in water
or put in dishwasher. Towel dry your rolling pins after washing, and allow it
to air dry thoroughly. Condition your rolling pins regularly with JK Adams
Mineral Oil or Beeswax Wood Conditioner. Do not use your rolling pins in
microwave. Lifetime Guarantee. No questions asked. Our products come to you
with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you ever any problems with a JK Adams
product, we will replace it.

Dishwasher safe.

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100% Quality Guarantee

Our products should withstand the test of time and become kitchen heirlooms that can be handed down from generation to generation. Disposable is not in our vocabulary. This level of commitment to design and craftsmanship is what allows us to stand behind our products with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.

"Disposable isn’t in our vocabulary."