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Cake Pans

Welcome to our library of cake pans.  We invite you to browse the categories as you look for a specific cake pan.  On each pan’s page, you will find a picture of the pan and a link to instructions for that specific pan when possible.

Most of the links are from Wilton or Slice of Heaven.  The Wilton website will be a great resource for you as it also shows variations on how to use some specific pans.

Please note on each page the pan’s specific call number.  (Example:  CP 001)  Provide this number to the librarian so that we can find the pan you would like to check out.  3 cake pans can be checked out at a time for 7 days.

Animals

Characters

Clowns

Holiday/Seasonal

Music

Sports

Transportation

Other Miscellaneous Pans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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