Mixing Bowl Cover Giveaway

Mixing Bowl Cover Giveaway

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Often, I’m in the middle of frosting cupcakes when something comes up – forcing me to stop (e.g. my son woke up from his nap and needs to walk down the block to see the train NOW or the world will end).  I decide to cover the bowl to protect the frosting from uninvited house guests (I’m not talking about hungry neighbors with spoons, but rather evil flies that let themselves in during the one second that our door is open). At this moment, I always wonder how to best cover the mixing bowl.  Here were my options as I saw them pre-amazing-mixing-bowl-cover:

  1. Foil.  Flaw: Foil doesn’t come in circles and I end up piecing together several foil fragments and worrying about the gap that always ends up forming between them.
  2. Cling wrap.  Flaw: This has the same non-circle problem, with the addition of the not sticking to the bowl problem.
  3. Kitchen towel.  Flaw: The kitchen towels are dirty because I’ve been baking.  Plus, they don’t provide a tight fit.

Needless to say, when I heard about the mixing bowl covers available from Anyplace on Etsy, I did a happy dance!  They are so simple and so practical that I can’t understand why no one thought of them before!  Plus, they are adorable!  Check out the Etsy shop to see all of the current styles.  I’ll use my sample ones (thanks, Anyplace!) all of the time – not only for cupcake batter and frosting covering emergencies, but for bread dough and yeasted cake rising.

The covers fit all models of KitchenAid, Breville, and Cuisinart (and similar mixers) and they are made from a cotton blend that is food safe and machine washable.  In the photo above, you can see one on my KitchenAid bowl (in the front) and one on my Breville bowl (in the back).

How to Win A Mixing Bowl Cover

Update:  This contest is now closed.  The winners are:
1 – Sara from Cupcake Muffin
13 – Macy Possenti from Printworthy
41 – katermalin
88 – Tara
115 – Kristen from One Lonely Apricot
162 – lisafaye
227 – jenniferlucie from Jenny’s Cake Project
234 – Catie Russo
287 – Life and Kitchen

Anyplace is giving away 10 mixing bowl covers in the style shown at the top of this post to Cupcake Project readers (Hey, international readers – you get to play this time.  Anyplace is willing to ship any place!).  I’m giving 9 away on the blog and I’ll be giving one away on my Facebook page in the near future.  To enter:

  • Leave a comment on this post (not on Facebook, e-mail, or Twitter) telling me what you currently use to cover your mixing bowl and how the mixing bowl cover is better.
  • Be sure that your comment includes a way to contact you if you win.

Fine Print

  • All comments must be posted by 11:59 PM CDT on Sept 8, 2011.
  • Limit of one entry per person.
  • 9 winners will be randomly chosen on September 9.  I will contact the winners and update this post with their names.
  • If I don’t hear from a winner within one week to claim their prize, I will choose a new winner.

Good luck!

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330 comments on “Mixing Bowl Cover Giveaway”

  1. Sara says:

    Very cool giveaway! I currently use a kitchen towel to cover when baking bread, but seems like this would be much more sanitary. :)

  2. Lyndi says:

    Depending on what I am covering…. I use either parchment paper or foil

  3. Tina says:

    A kitchen towel, moist paper towel are my current covers, but I’m lucky if I get back to the bowl without one side collapsing into the bowl! A cover that stayed put would be heaven, not to mention look great too!

  4. Brandi says:

    those are adorable. i usually use the press and seal stuff

  5. Jen says:

    Oh these are much prettier and more practical than using my tea towel or a plate to cover. jennadsmith@hotmail.com

  6. Annwella says:

    Depending on what I am covering I usually just use something high tech like a baking pan because usually my kitchen towels end up dirty and usually I have a pan sitting nearby for baking. (Hey at least it keeps the fly’s out right:o)

  7. Kamaile says:

    I use plastic wrap. If I’m putting it on something I know regular plastic wrap won’t stick to, I use Glad Press n Seal.

  8. Heather says:

    Those are so cute! I usually use a kitchen towel or plastic wrap, but the plastic wrap only ever sticks to itself and my towels are generally pretty messy from baking to…

  9. Sarah says:

    I currently use either foil or plastic wrap. Neither works well enough. These mixing bowl covers would make life so much easier (more colorful!) and would make covering the bowl so much quicker!

  10. Dominique says:

    I currently use a moistened kitchen towel, which I find absolutely disgusting, as I never know what my husband or kids would have used it for at some prior point. This, with a dedicated purpose, wouldn’t have been used to clean up cat barf at any point prior!

  11. stephmom84 says:

    I always use a kitchen towel. It never fails when I come back to what I’m working on the kitchen towel has fallen into the bowl and I have red lint on/in my frosting or dough! The bowl cover would completely get rid of that problem! No more red fuzz in my cream cheese frosting! YAY!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Sarah Tullis
    I currently use foil and on a rare occassion a clean towel. I don’t like either. Sometimes I will also use a cookie sheet to cover certain bowls.

  13. These are adorable! I have been using either a kitchen towel or a cookie sheet to cover my bowls, but the towels seem to droop into the bowl, and the cookie sheets are a pain to get out from under all the other baking supplies when I’m in a hurry.

  14. Zibu says:

    I currently use my Kitchen Aid Bowl Cover to tightly cover the bowl. But when I want it to breathe, I use a kitchen towel (I have about two dozen in a drawer so there are always clean ones handy). I find this works pretty much most of the time, but when things are chaotic, I find it difficult to keep track of which towel is for wiping my hands and which is for covering the bowl… so a dedicated breathable cover would be awesome!

  15. m.m.garnes says:

    I currently use a dish rag as well. Mine are far from hygienic too- :(. They have sticky toddler prints and cake bits on them. E-mail mollie.mary.garnes@gmail.com

  16. Linda says:

    Love the covers! If it is an emergency quick cover-up, then I will use a clean dish towel. But if I have a bit more time, I’ll grab a dinner plate. The dinner plate works, but it’s awkward and eventually takes up counter space. I would love a bowl cover!

  17. I go the plastic wrap route too…which generally fails miserably! It just ends up sticking to itself, not the bowl. At least this would stay in place!

  18. Scott says:

    I usually use plastic wrap or a plate. Works OK, but one of these covers would work much better :)


  19. Ellen says:

    These are super cute! Much more chique than the plastic shower cap variaties. For bread, I use a towel (a clean one), and for general coverage I use plastic wrap. Econo-size, restaurant type. You can find me on blogger or via the web site: http://www.bakeitwithbooze.blogspot.com


    P.S. Made your pina colada cc’s today-FAB! :)

  20. Lucy says:

    Currently, I’m using anything that comes to hand, Kitchen Foil, Kitchen Paper, sometimes even a plate.

    The Covers would be sooo much more sanitary than any of those prion, and prettier too!

  21. I use the Press and Seal stuff. It sticks but you can only use it once. This sounds so much better. Not to mention it is a heck of a lot prettier.

  22. Brandi says:

    I currently use a dish towel to cover my mixing bowl but because of the loose fit, I always worry that it’ll slip in.. gross! These covers are much nicer! brandiadams2010@gmail.com

  23. Jesseca says:

    Cling wrap. Boy do I hate the stuff….

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. Ama says:

    Oh, these are so cute and so handy!

  25. nicnac78 says:

    I ususally use a kitchen towel for my “ut oh the baby woke up” or “Mom….. could you help me?”
    (Translation: I made a big mess you need to clean up now!) Emergencies. These are so much cuter! pierce.nicnac@gmail.com

  26. Anonymous says:

    I usually use a clean, damp dishtowel……but I end up going through 3-4 towels per baking session! These would be much easier since I would (try) not to wipe my messy hands on them!


  27. shrtnsassy says:

    I use plastic wrap or foil or those cool airtight lids with the stretchy plastic in the center. These covers would be great for bread dough or something you can put on and off in a hurry.


  28. Rachel says:

    Omg these covers are to die for! It depends on what I’m using my mixer for whether I use foil or plastic wrap. Plastic wrap falls off and foil doesn’t stick appropriately. rachel(dot)metts(at)gmail(dot)com

  29. Lri says:

    Sometimes I use foil and tear off the extra at the ends to make a foil ball for the cat. It works great for the cat not so much for the bowl.

  30. Anonymous says:

    way cute and very practical- currently use foil or wax paper~ this would be way better!

  31. Lori says:

    Sometimes I use foil and tear off the extra at the ends to make a foil ball for the cat. It works great for the cat not so much for the bowl.This would work so much better!


  32. Anonymous says:

    I love these covers! I usually use the gross kitchen towel or put a plate on top. My kitchen really needs some unique style… Kim.bear74@yahoo.com

  33. monkeytailz says:

    How CUTE! I currently throw a dish towel over. This is WAY better! Thanks for the chance to win one!

  34. Natalie J. says:

    So cute! I just use plastic wrap- not perfect!

  35. Heather M says:

    WOW! What a great idea!!! I usually use a clean kitchen towel. Having a cover perfectly designed to cover my bowl would be divine!


  36. Kayla says:

    This would be awesome! I currently use plastic wrap. This would be awesome because not only would it work better but it is reusable! Love. kaylala2@yahoo.com

  37. How wonderful! I usually use foil when inevitably frustrates me. It’d be nice to have something more secure, especially for batters that have to chill and set!

  38. Cassondra says:

    these are soo cute! I currently use plastic wrap, but hate that it doesn’t stick to all my bowls, and sometimes I use foil, which always tear so I have to get a new piece, a waste of movey that’s for sure. I would love to have one of these, that’s for the opportunity! Email – cassondra.reinke@gmail.com

  39. Casie says:

    I use the dish towel as well, but I go through a million towels when I’m baking because I get a new one all the time. It’s a mess to do laundry after! These covers are soo cute! The colors also match my kitchen perfectly! My email is casiebugcupcakes@yahoo.com if I’m picked.

  40. Anonymous says:

    These are so cute! And perfect for keeping out those crazy little gnats (fruit flies?) that are always sneaking into bowls this time of year! I normally use a towel too but it just doesn’t do the job.
    When I was young and learning to cook, my mom had some similar bowl covers that were sturdy plastic with elastic edges. I have also seen some thin plastic disposable ones that don’t last.
    Carla Field, greatpnw@olympus.net

  41. katermalin says:

    I usually use either a towel, which are also often dirty and sometimes fall in, or plastic wrap. if its the latter then i transfer to the smallest bowl possible so i don’t have to use as much wrap (and am hopefully able to cover the top with just one piece), but am always frustrated at how it doesn’t stay put. my grandma uses shower caps, though!

  42. the last time i made cupcakes i made the frosting while coolig the cupcakes and i covered my frosting bowl with a soaked napkin and foil paper on top…

  43. Imee says:

    I use clingfilm, which isn’t something I can quickly snag and cover the bowl with if my little diva suddenly wakes up wailing. These covers look awesome and extremely convenient!


  44. Becca says:

    I currently use paper towels, foil or a plate! Those covers are gorgeous and would be so handy! Love it!

  45. emily w says:

    Most of my mixing bowls are too wide for cling wrap, so I have to use two staggered pieces of it, and that’s a waste and a mess. These bowl covers look perfect.

  46. Anonymous says:

    I use what ever is around…

    Mix covers are not only functional, they are fashionable. Isn’t that what every baker whether professional or novice wants to have in their kitchen artillery? I know I want one!


  47. Cara says:

    I currently use a kitchen towel, but the cover will be so much better because it is tight around the side and it is much cuter than my towels :). volley2u@aol.com

  48. Generally, I use plastic wrap, but like others, it tends to stick to itself rather than the bowl. A towel works well too, but these covers would be wonderful! Oooo…I hope I win! :)

  49. Debbie says:

    For covering bread while it rises, I use a towel, but that scares me because…I usually heat my oven up to the lowest temp, turn it off, and then put the covered bowl in the oven…therefore, I get nervous and don’t want the towel to touch the rack for fear of fire. These covers would definitely take away that fear. For other things, I use plastic wrap which does not stick (as everybody knows). Again, these covers would easily solve that problem. Thanks for the great blog and ideas! debbie.tanner@att.net

  50. Well, those are just nifty!!! I usually use a towel or whatever’s to hand… if I remember to cover the bowl at all. Mmmmm, crunchy icing. Sigh.

  51. Carol says:

    I currently use one of my ceramic dinner plates because it is round, and it covers my bowl perfectly. I think a mixing bowl cover would be perfect as it would not break like my plates

  52. Anonymous says:

    I love this. Not only much more aesthetically pleasing, but it won’t droop like a towel, or be so irritating to get in place as foil or plastic wrap. I usually use plastic wrap (I like it clear so I can see what’s in it) but it’s such a pain!

    When I win (haha, just kidding) you can contact me at lirdleykur@gmail.com

  53. Hannah says:

    This is such a great idea! I generally use cling wrap, which never lives up to its name.

  54. Rockin Robyn says:

    I usually try the plastic wrap or towel method–I totally agree on the difficulties!!! Sometimes I get so frustrated I don’t even bother covering the bowl–SO bad I know….

    These covers are most definitely better as they don’t waste any resources! Amazing idea!

    email: rmjarv@gmail.com

  55. kmeyers74 says:

    Okay, I do not read directions well… I commented on facebook! I would totally use this, for the same reason, I am so lucky that my 4 1/2 year old naps, and she seems to always wake up in the midst of mixing.. I use the kitchen towel… I know yukie!

  56. kmeyers74 says:

    Umm… and the cover would be better because it is not yuckie!

  57. What a great idea! I usually use saran wrap and it doesn’t stick well, so a cover like this would be so much better!

  58. Erica says:

    For rising bread, I usually use the plastic bags from the produce section. They are pretty light and can easily fit a bowl. However, then you have to worry if something on the fruit is still in the bag, and now on the bread. These bowl covers would be more sanitary, easy to use, and just plain cute!

  59. Jitterbug says:

    I love this idea! I don’t have a go-to cover-up yet! It’s a toss-up between kitchen towel, plate, or going through the hassle of putting it in a tupperware and doing a whole bunch of dishes. I would love this!

    amdierm @ gmail dot com

  60. AKLori says:

    What a GREAT idea! I’ve been using receiving blankets now that the grandbaby doesn’t fit them, but they tend to be “supersized” for my bowls!


  61. Erin says:

    If I have to stop for some reason, usually I’m in a hurry and I end up shoving the whole mixing bowl into the fridge. I haven’t found anything that works well. These covers would be great! Thanks so much for sharing!

  62. Erin says:

    Forgot my email….

    Erin’s email: pipsqueak777@aol.com

  63. g says:

    I have plastic shower caps, but this is so much better for the environment

  64. kristin says:

    I use the plastic lid that fits my mixer bowl, but this is much cuter!

  65. Jenna says:

    That is pretty ingenious, why didn’t I ever think of that? I suppose I was almost there, I use a dish towel and a rubber band! These are much easier and more practical though I can imagine, not to mention cuter!!


  66. Eeyorenyk says:

    Oh wow – That’s cool! I’m in it to win – Hopefully. ;)


  67. Angsthase says:

    I always use cling film, and it almost never works. I always have that stuck-to-my-arms-and-basically-everything-except-the-bowl issue. Not so practical. Have a good day!

  68. vkochis says:

    Mostly a kitchen towel – not ideal, I know.

  69. Anonymous says:

    I usually use press and seal because I am paranoid about something small finding its way in the bowl and regular cling wrap is so unwieldy.

  70. Linnea says:

    I use plastic wrap and a kitchen towel, to protect it from unwanted bugs and the occasional finger and to make it look just a little bit nicer. I’d be very happy to win, here’s my email: mon_galen@hotmail.com

  71. Jen Westmoreland says:

    I use press and seal because of trying to get a tight seal. However, as you say it isn’t round. What a cool giveaway!

  72. susies1955 says:

    I use plastic wrap but those giveaway covers are awesome because they are pretty and washable. :)

  73. kim says:

    Most of the time I throw a towel over the bowl sometimes I break out the cling wrap.

  74. kim says:

    Most of the time I throw a towel over the bowl sometimes I break out the cling wrap.

  75. Michelle says:

    Wow I don’t know of any baker who hasn’t run into this problem before. Who knew something like this existed! I would love to win one. I can be contacted through my facebook page (facebook.com/mthatyer2) or e-mail.

  76. Sourkraut says:

    I usually use plastic wrap, which I hate to do because I just throw it out at the end and dislike that waste. I like that this cover is washable so I can use it again and again.

  77. TheHill says:

    That would be awesome to have. Now, I just use plastic wrap, that doesn’t always work. Thanks for sharing this great product with us!

  78. Marianne says:

    I currently use plastic wrap but hate the waste. I am really into reusing things (whether bags for shopping or soap dispensers) and hate that I waste plastic wrap all the time!


  79. Kira says:

    I use plastic wrap that I rubberband around the rim to keep it in place, but this looks soo much easier!


  80. Lauren says:

    I often use the glass cover from my skillet but it is not a perfect fit. These are awesome and won’t slide off if I transfer the bowl to the fridge!

  81. Danielle says:

    I usually use plastic wrap or a kitchen towel. These covers look easy to use and are so cute

  82. petunia says:

    I LOVE these!! I use the kitchen towel that is always thrown over my shoulder…I suppose it’s not the cleanest thing around!! And these are cuter than my towels!!

  83. lauramil says:

    i go with the kitchen towel method

  84. Kate Crozier says:

    I use a kitchen towel! It’s always there so I just grab it! A cover would be amazingggg!

  85. kate crozier says:

    Forgot my email. cjswab@hotmail.com

  86. I use cling wrap. It’s not circle, but it stretches a bit and gets a tight-ish fit.

  87. elisa says:

    i use two sheets of the precut foil. i like this alternative way better! 2peter39lee@gmail.com

  88. Tara says:

    I use plastic wrap to cover my mixing bowl, but I would prefer something that could be washed & reused.

  89. Zoe says:

    I usually use a kitchen towel to cover the bowl, but sometimes the towel falls into the batter. Ick. I’d love a bowl cover.

  90. Miss Manda says:

    I dont use anything to cover my bowl so this would be 10x better than what I do now! haha Theyre so cute! Thanks


  91. Anonymous says:

    Great find!
    I recently bought a set of dishes and the cardboard seperators are the perfect size and shape for things like this…so sadly I’ve been using those! Environmentally friendly and cheap non the less!


  92. UTCarly says:

    Those are so cute!! I need this desperately! I need these because I am currently using towels which leave gross little towel pieces on the top of my breads!

  93. Yay!! I finally get to participate!!! Some one did think about us in India!! I use whatever is lying around to cover the bowl….right from a plastic bag to a dish to a kitchen towel.

  94. Corinne says:

    Yeah, I use a kitchen towel. It’s gross and doesn’t stay on. I KNEW someone would invent something better!!

  95. Erin says:

    How very pretty! And sanitary.

  96. Anonymous says:

    I usually use plastic wrap although it sticks to itself before I can ever get it over the mixing bowl. This adorable cover would make it so I wouldn’t have to go 3 rounds with the plastic wrap.


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  98. Anonymous says:

    Wow! Who would have thought? Great idea! I always use a dinner plate, which usually gets knocked if I put something in the fridge!!!

  99. LeAnn says:

    As a relatively new baker, I really like the idea of having something pretty cover the bowl. Usually I use plastic wrap or whatever is handy…cutting board, plate, paper towel. This would be a very welcome change.

    Thanks for posting and giving some away.

  100. Jessypt says:

    These are absolutely adorable! I currently use either a kitchen towel or press n seal. I don’t like towels because they always shift off the top or seem unsanitary. And press n seal is fine but seems completely wasteful.

    cupcakegirlff @gmail.com

  101. MarthaT says:

    What a great idea. I will definitely be purchasing one of these covers whether I win the giveaway or not.

    I currently use either Press n Seal or plastic wrap, but these covers would be such a great thing to have.

  102. teresa says:

    I use plastic wrap now but I am trying to do more to keep my family safier from chemicals so I need to get away from that first thing so the mixing bowl covers would be GREAT! Thanks for sharing this idea!

  103. Musebemused says:

    I’ve used it all…foil, plastic wrap, cloth, cookie sheets, plates…but I had no clue these cute covers existed! Beautiful!

  104. Denise Evans says:

    I use Press’n Seal, which does work pretty well considering the round bowl square/rectangle issue, but I would like these better not only because they would cover better, but they are reusable, very “green.” I hate putting so much plastic in my trash can.

  105. These are awesome! I usually toss my cake bible or bake book (my personal book of recipes) on top if i’m darting out for a minute! If i’m gone longer I typically transfer to tupperware which takes FOREVER!

  106. leab17 says:

    They’re so cute! I currently don’t use anything (I just put the container in the fridge – bad I know) so these would be an upgrade!


  107. Rose says:

    I use a KitchenAid bowl cover for my mixer bowl, which fits nice and tight, but when I whisk my dry ingredients in a separate bowl and set it aside, I cover it with a plate. This cover would be great to tuck in a drawer next to my bowls to have handy when needed.

  108. Lori H says:

    I would end oup getting out another clean towel or Press & Seal if had on hand. What a genius idea these cute covers are!My email is kanshop2@yahoo.com

  109. Heidi says:

    These are adorable! I use either cling film (sticks more to itself than to the actual bowl) or a tea towel (not as sanitary as I would like when baking, and I have on occasion come back to find someone has used the towel so it’s not covered anymore!) so a proper cover would be a godsend!


  110. Darkangel says:

    Ohhh, these look great and practical. I usually use cling film (yes I’m from the UK) but that doesn’t stop my som from trying to poke his fingers in and making holes in it grrr! My tea towel usually ends up sinking into the bowl! Hope we’ll be able to buy these in the uk. (egyshecy@gmail.com)

  111. Becky B. says:

    I use moistened paper towels to keep buttercream from crusting. It’s messy and the covers would be soooo much better! bbeagle_91@yahoo.com

  112. These are great! I may have to order some for myself and some for my mom and mother-in-law for Christmas.

  113. Pat R says:

    Since I bake every day, (pastry chef for a restaurant0, I could really use these! I now use plastic wrap, with a lot of cursing, to try to cover my bowls.Needless to say, it doesn’t do the job. These would be a godsend.


  114. Amanda says:

    Since I have 4 kids 4 years old and under I tend to be busy and grab either a hand towel from the drawer or paper towels. These covers are an amazing idea…and not to mention cute!

  115. Kristen says:

    I currently use a clean tea towel…which is sometimes a problem if it’s nearing time to do laundry! It doesn’t always stay in place too well either, unfortunately.

  116. Natalie says:

    What a great idea! I currently use the plastic wrap that sticks, but this is much more economical!

  117. Mrs. Dork says:

    This is such a great idea! I usually end up using a wet kitchen towel for my bowls, but these are so much cuter! (And effective, I’m sure.)

  118. Tiffany says:

    I use foil but hate it! this is a great idea!!

  119. I haven’t seen these before – very neat! I use plastic wrap or foil to cover bowls generally, but I use a dampened kitchen towel or waxed paper to cover the bowl while letting yeast doughs rise. These bowl covers would be more sanitary and also wouldn’t use up disposable products. Great giveaway, thanks!

  120. Ben Roberts says:

    I typically go with the whole tinfoil- spoon hanging out of the bowl approach. It doesn’t work so well, but I never can find the cover that came with the Kitchen Aid…
    …So I’d love to have something more substantial and tightly fitting :D

  121. madfortulips says:

    I have one Kitchenaid that was given to us as a wedding present 35 years ago, one that was my mother in laws that is 45 yrs old ( both in the original “only” white) and a new one in red…the new one is the prettiest but the old ones are my workhorses and still are the best ones around! I do have a plate that fits perfectly…if it is clean and not sitting in the dishwasher :) Would love the covers from Etsy, my daughter’s favorite site to shop on <3

  122. Asma says:

    Depends on what I am making and what needs to be covered. I tend to more lean on cling wrap or a kitchen towel.

  123. Kchabr55 says:

    I am embarrassed to say that I do use the kitchen towel! I think that these would be much better and probably a little cleaner! Thx! Beth at kckapes@gmail.com

  124. Mary says:

    What a great giveaway! I love these. Honestly, I use foil on my mixer bowl and it never stays! I have the same problem you do with it. And, wax paper or parchment definitely doesn’t work, either.

  125. The A Team says:

    I use a damp kitchen towel with a plate on top of that to cover my mixing bowl – this mixing bowl cover would be better in SOOOOO many ways. No worry of tipping the plate off accidentally.

  126. Amy says:

    I use a kitchen towel, this would be a million times better and cuter!

  127. Anonymous says:

    I’ve used Press ‘n Seal plastic wrap, but I usually use a linen dinner napkin (since we don’t use them for entertaining!) or a dinner plate.


  128. Anonymous says:

    I usually use a large tupperware bowl turned upside down, or a towel…both of which cause more laundry and/or dishes. These covers are so practical – AND super cute :)


  129. Kira Moore says:

    Wow! I really could have used this yesterday! Thanks. Bkmoore2004@gmail.com

  130. I use foil sheets to cover my mixing bowl. my email is mahira.leviah@gmail.com

  131. Roberta says:

    I currently use what ever comes to mind first. It might be the kitchen towel lying on the counter or the foil that I have to dig around the cabinet for. I would love to have something like this cover!

    Roberta Smith

  132. Symone says:

    I usually use a plate to cover my mixing bowl, if not that a moist paper towel. The mixing bowl cover will help me stop wasting paper towels!!!
    —> SymoneRudder@Yahoo.com <—-

  133. futureDoc says:

    A kitchen towel & tape or rubber band when I can find it. Love those covers!

  134. cwupcake says:

    I am in the kitchen towel camp and I can’t stand it. My hubby has a tendency to wipe up meat-juice spills with our towels and then hang them back up like they still clean. Unless I take it straight of the dryer I never know if they are covered in E.coli or not. Spew.
    I’m pretty sure he won’t try to clean up chicken bits with a cute little bowl cover.

  135. mkaufman says:

    We usually use a kitchen towel as well, and, as you noted, they are always dirty! I don’t like to use cling wrap or foil because it seems wasteful. These reusable covers would be perfect and eco-friendly! harmonybear10@gmail.com

  136. Those are the greatest things EVER. I currently use a damp dishtowel if I have to cover a frosting bowl, but it’s SUCH a pain. As you mentioned, they’re not always clean and can be a huge pain, especially if it’s the only one you have out and you have to wet it to keep the frosting from drying out and I could go on about this for DAYS. Those bowl covers are ingenius. Seriously.

  137. Kyla says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE these covers! I currently use plastic wrap, but I always fight with it to get it cut from the box then it never sticks to my bowls. What a headache! These covers are so handy, and CUTE!

  138. Sally says:

    These are way cool! I love this idea and so much more sanitary. At the moment I use anything from a dishtowel to plastic wrap. Each has their own difficulties.

  139. Amanda says:

    I love the one with pumpkins on it!I usually use cling wrap. I still remember the Christmas I cut my hand on the box, ouch! A bowl cover would be great :-).

  140. Cling wrap. But it doesn’t stick to the sides. This would be so much better. It would have a tight fit and they are very pretty!


  141. wendy says:

    These are SO cute! I currently use a tea towel when I let dough rise, but it always falls one way or another…these would stay put and are so much cuter!


  142. I use a damp paper towel for frostings, or a kitchen towel for the rest, but something that actually holds to the bowl, wow! that is cool!

  143. Bones Murphy says:

    Love them! As my cover I have a dish that fits just perfectly over my mixing bowl. Its flaw: it’s clunky and always in the way, breakable (I used to have 2…oops!)

    Stephanie Murphy

  144. Nancy says:

    I use a plate to cover, but never seem to have the right size. Will definitely look into these.

  145. I usually go the “dirty” dish towel route. If I have it on hand, I will you Cling Wrap. Being sticky itself, it works out pretty well. However, it is no where near as cute as the mixing bowl cover you are giving away!! I love that it can be used for proofing dough as well!

  146. Jen says:

    I usually go the plastic wrap route, although sometimes I use a clean plate.

  147. I use a kitchen towel. This would be so much better, as it would actually stay in place!

  148. Ginger says:

    I usually use plastic wrap to cover whatever I’m working on, but I don’t cover the bowl, I usually put it directly over whatever it is that’s inside (be it dough, batter, or custard!) Of course, that gets a bit messy when its something less firm like muffin batter, and the baking bowl cover could also be used to cover rising dough! Plus, they are far more attractive than plastic wrap.

  149. Susan says:

    I end up using a kitchen towel or paper towel to cover my Kitchen Aid bowl but in hindsight, I don’t think that’s the best idea! (glitterglamgirl (at) gmail (dot) com)

  150. How clever and adorable! I usually use a dish towel or wax paper – neither works very well.

  151. Lizbeth says:

    Awesome Giveaway! I have the same issue with the foil it drive me crazy, no I just being covering with the cutting board, Ijust put it on the top of the mixing bowl, but it still has some spaces that it does not cover!

    This would definetly stayed put and will cover it right, plus it looks super cute and pretty!


  152. Anonymous says:

    I have one bowl that came with a lid, but then it gets tricky if I’m using it for something else. And these are MUCH cuter!!!


    Amanda S.

  153. Corey says:

    When I’m at work, we use the acrylic plates that normally go between wedding cake layers, but I don’t have any of those at home… so I use a kitchen towel or any other piece of cloth I can find handy. (used a t-shirt once!) dressagesong@yahoo.com

  154. Anonymous says:

    Soo adorable! I usually use cling wrap ….my email is perrrla@cox.net

  155. Teresa says:

    plastic wrap with a rubber band around it since it doesn’t really stick

  156. knittingnora says:

    These are stinkin adorable!! I currently use plastic wrap that I put directly on top of the dough or batter but sometimes it tears off leaving bits of plastic in my cookie dough…. lame!

  157. BushraAd says:

    Wow super cute and useful. We use a towel in our kitchen . Of course these covers are better than towels because towels my sled or have some loosing threads in my case. Also, it is not as convenient as these cute covers! These covers are cool and perfect specially if you have little children who like to take off the towel

  158. Asiya says:

    I use a plastic plate. This would be better because it would cover all around the side!

  159. Katie says:

    I use the cleanest kitchen towel I can find at that moment. This is a great giveaway.

  160. Dee W says:

    I usually use a plate to cover up my bowls. lol I don’t like using the towels because I’m usually using them to clean up and wipe off and don’t want them covering my food. These are a great idea.


  161. Anonymous says:

    I usually use an upside down plate or the kitchen towel to cover my mixing bowls when I am baking.
    This would be so much more convient! There have been too many times where the plate has fallen into the bowl or the towel had lovely cat hair on it…

  162. Tiina says:

    How lovely! And handy!

    I used to have a rubber band that I used with a clean kitchen towel to cover bowls. Then I lost the rubber band (I have a feeling the bf threw it away, although he won’t admit it). Now I use foil. And struggle with it. And curse myself for not making a new loop of rubber band in time.

    The mixing bowl cover seems so simple, and fast, and hassle free! Not to mention pretty :)

  163. Tug's Girl says:

    I gave up on trying to cover the bowl with plastic wrap and just started putting it directly on top of the icing. This would be much less messy! j.d.legier@gmail.com

  164. I normally use foil or cling wrap, but those covers are darling… it looks like the bowl is wearing an old-school shower/nightcap. *hee*

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  166. Ann Denner says:

    I use whatever I have handy A plate which more then once has fallen into the bowl because t was to small & I had to fight out. plastic wrap that sticks to everything but what you want it to, Press N seal is good stuff but hate to waste it for just a few minute job. I like a kiten towel also but if it fall then you worry about fuzzies in your frosting I think these are a great idea & give away wish I thought of them.

  167. Nicole says:

    I currently use a kitchen towel or plastic wrap. I love the eco friendliness of the cover. I love everything I can wash.
    nurseniki at comcast dot net

  168. Katie says:

    I use cling wrap, however it never sticks to the bowl but sticks to itself instead. I love these covers, would definitely cover the bowl and fit well. Cute giveaway! :)


  169. Diane says:

    Super Cute Covers!
    I use the Press and seal plastic wrap right now !

  170. Kittish says:

    I usually use clean kitchen towels or plates to cover mixing bowls, but an actual bowl cover would be so much handier! Plus, my cats wouldn’t be able to nudge it aside on the rare occasions when I have to leave something long enough for curiousity to win out over manners.


  171. Lin says:

    I use plastic wrap. But it never stays!

  172. Chelsea says:

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  173. Chelsea says:

    i use a kitchen towel, but it’s not nearly as cute as this cover!!

  174. Megan says:

    I usually use plastic wrap, but it doesn’t really want to stick so this cover would be ideal! Thanks for the chance to win.

  175. Anna S. says:

    I actually don’t use anything to cover my mixing bowls, but I probably should be – you never know what can fall in there when you’re not looking! I think these covers are so cute and a much better alternative!

  176. foil, cloth, plastic wrap, plates, whatever is closest to me. I’m picky that way ;)

  177. Love these! What a great idea~ I use a kitchen towel usually to cover my Kitchenaid bowl. But these Mixing Bowl covers are so much cuter- I love the fabric!
    Nicole Luciana

  178. nbortz says:

    I use Glad Press-n-Seal. These bowl covers are much more cute and reusable!
    E-mail nickibortz@hotmail.com

  179. Molly B says:

    I either use plastic wrap (which never sticks fully) or a plate. The plate has the tendency to fall off and shatter all across my floor though, which makes my roommates none to happy! These covers are much prettier and more functional than either option!

  180. OOO! What a great idea! I usually just cover it with a towel or a plate. This would be MUCH better! :-) jennshell678@yahoo.com

  181. Karen Kaye says:

    How handy and pretty are these?! I usually use a piece of waxed paper sprayed with Pam then put a Coronation Street tea towel (that I use only for covering) over the top to do the job. What a colossal pain! If I don’t win one, I’m definitely ordering.

    That said, I hope I win LOL! mamashake@gmail.com

  182. Amanda says:

    i just use a paper towel. and uh, this would be so much more awesome because it’s cute.


  183. amgogo says:

    I usually just use Saran wrap, but I can never get it to stick quite right. These covers look like they cover just right.

  184. Right now I use a moist hand towel (for bread rising) or cling wrap. These bowl covers are great because they are reusable and stay in place! When using the hand towel it inevitably sinks down and gets stuck to the bread a little :-(

  185. Kayla Grable says:

    These are so cute! Right now I just use plastic wrap, but most of the time it doesn’t stick to the bowl and either blows off or falls into it. The cover would be so much easier and stay on my bowl!


  186. Liz says:

    I use plastic wrap and I hate it. It NEVER clings correctly.

    liz.nelson.531 AT gmail DOT com

  187. kathemo says:

    I use a large lid for pots/pans or plastic wrap depending on whether it’ll be a quick break or an overnight type deal.

    I would LOVE a proper mixing bowl cover that would be able to adjust to size.

  188. Crystal says:

    Super cute! I use a paper towel, kitchen towel (clean), or plastic wrap. This is ingenious!

  189. That is cool!

    I usually use a kitchen towel, but like you mentioned… they’re not exactly clean :P

  190. I usually use paper towels. I would love one of the new covers. It will be a lot more useful.

  191. Em says:

    Sometimes I use cling wrap and then the cover of a pot… Ugh!!!

  192. torriiii says:

    how flippin’ cute are these? I currently use cling wrap. Although I think they should call it something else. All it “clings” to is itself. These covers would make it so easy to save leftovers, otherwise I end up eating them all :)


  193. amsharp says:

    What a novel idea?! Here I was using whatever was nearest…cutting board, plastic wrap, kitchen towel, a small child…:)

  194. Ruth says:

    I nearly always use cling film, works fine for me!


  195. Stacy A says:

    I literally just had this problem this weekend when my puppy had an accident in the house. I frantically looked around trying to find something to cover my bowl while needing to get my puppy outside FAST. My only solution was to stick the bowl in the refrigerated. I knew I wouldn’t be gone too long, but it definitely wasn’t the ideal solution. This cover would have been so much better to just grab and take care of the situation instead of having to figure out what on earth I was going to do with the frosting.


  196. ChaniWiesman says:

    Right now I use aluminum foil or cling wrap to cover my mixing bowls. Neither really works well. The aluminum foil never has a good seal and inevitably falls off. The cling wrap always just sticks to itself and ends up in a ball, instead of covering my bowl. Those covers look amazing! Like something that would actually work.. and work well! (ChaniWiesman at gmail dot com)

  197. I currently use plastic wrap, but I would love this mixing bowl cover because it’s reusable! I’m so keen on trying to be environmentally friendly so any way to save wasteful materials!!

  198. Alisa says:

    I usually use plastic wrap, which never seems to stick to anything but itself, and it’s an inconvenient shape. This would be so great! Plus, it would keep out curious and hungry eyes.

  199. caroline k says:

    awesome! i use the plastic wrap – i get the saranwraps that come in circle size but i HATE being wasteful and this cover would be perfect so i can be a little “greener” :)
    chonner76@ hotmail dot com

  200. perkypeggy66 says:

    Ummm. I don’t use anything as of yet. (You can change that.)

  201. Blondheim says:

    I run into the same problem as you … a kitchen towel that has already been “loved to death” during my cooking project, meaning it’s damp and/or dirty already.

  202. I currently (try to) use cling wrap but like you said, that doesn’t stick to the bowl very well/at all. These covers would be amazing because they would stay on the bowl! ellie.delancey@gmail.com

  203. April says:

    I use cling wrap. Covers would be so much better!

  204. Laura says:

    I use a dish towel to cover my mixing bowl when needed. I always think about how it is probably not the most effective way. These covers are cute and practical!

  205. Becky says:

    These are cute! I use saran wrap or paper towels. bowenbeck@yahoo.com

  206. Kate says:

    Such a cool idea! I always run into issues with dog hairs. This is a great way to stop using paper towels like crazy!

  207. Kate Jones says:

    What a cute idea! I usually leave a paper towel over to bowl to cover it. My email: joneskatherine05@gmail.com

  208. DebbieVL says:

    How cute and practical! I use a kitchen towel currently.

  209. Katherine says:

    I use plastic wrap, but it doesn’t really stick and I hate that it’s so wasteful. These washable covers would be amazing!

  210. Tara says:

    What a great idea! I love it when companies come up with ideas for practical bakeware like this.

    I currently use the plastic wrap method to cover my mixing bowls if need be…not my favorite. The two pieces do adhere well across the middle because of the clinginess of the plastic wrap, but I always wind up with condensation on the inside–something I hope that these covers would put a stop to!

  211. Love this! I use one of my kitchen towel to cover my mixing bowl when I need to leave it for a bit. This is so much better–the prints are adorable and they look to fit snugly than towels.

    Chris Yazzie

  212. Melisa says:

    I usually use a clean kitchen towel or cling wrap, depending on what I’m covering. (melisa93 at hotmail dot com)

  213. Helen Jo Morse says:

    I would use this on cupcakes of course!!! Much more eco-friendly than foil :)

  214. Janice H says:

    I currently use Cling Wrap, but it doesn’t always prove to be “clingy”. And if you have a speck of grease on your bowl, forget about it! This is a smart idea and so much more environmental.


  215. me says:

    Currently I use either the pampered chef stainless steel mixing bowls that have the black rubber cover which is fine but they don’t ever seem to completely seal. If I don’t use those then I also have the pampered chef glass measuring bowls that have the lid to cover them but again don’t seem to ever seal especially the older they get! (I use to sell pampered chef, HA)!
    This cover looks like it would “seal the deal”! And it’s fun!

  216. Gotta love giveaways! I’m one of the ‘overseas-readers’ and what I do currantly is to mix up my batter or dough in my machine, then transfer it to another glass bowl (which often times is too small for the purpose) and then i have a lid that fits for that bowl. The end result is either that I end up with more washing up to do or that the mixture (if being bread dough)simply pops the lid and goes EVERYWHERE on my table which also results in me having to clean…hmm!

  217. These are practical and fun!

    I usually use cling foil but it has the tendency to stick to itself instead of to the bowl (so annoying and frustrating…).

  218. Vikki B says:

    I use a kitchen towel most often, or I attempt plastic wrap if I have to put it away for a while (dough for a few hours or overnight). Plastic wrap is horrible for sticking to everything but you want to stick it to, and I can’t say the kitchen towel is always very clean…. This looks like a fantastic idea that will stay on and can be cleaned and reused!

  219. stylishme says:

    Oh man, these are amazing! We currently use a kitchen towel (that is hopefully clean) but it tends to droop in the middle which can stick to the dough sometimes… This would be so great since it would stay taught! Plus they are cute!


  220. Lisa P says:

    I normally use aluminum foil and that never works well. I think these covers are pure genius!!! LisaJ11679@aol.com

  221. starlexa says:

    A cover for the mixing bowl, what a great idea!! currently i use a plate I don’t think is working well.

    Btw. Your website is amazing.

  222. San says:

    I just got into baking and would love to bw a winner of these covers. Pigglet64517@yahoo.com

  223. San says:

    I just got into baking and would love to be a winner of one of these bowl covers.

  224. Kelly says:

    I want one! I love to bake and this would be so useful – much better than the saran wrap that always seems to want to cling to anything but what I want it to!

  225. I normally rest a place on top of the bowl. It dirties another plate though and a cover would be much more practical – no heavy china to knock off the top of the bowl!


  226. Hmmm that should have said ‘plate’, not ‘place’!

  227. Becky says:

    I use foil to cover the bowl now, which doesn’t work well.. I like the colors and patterns of the bowl covers, too cute!

  228. tip says:

    I currently use foil as I have no plastic wrap but neither of them work well as the foil can never form to the bowl all the way and the plastic wrap does not stick, no matter what the box says. I am always making dressings, salad, frosting, batter and need to pause and pick up later. This is a great idea! and Cute!

  229. Ledina says:

    It’s mostly plastic wrap for me, sometimes even kitchen roll or paper towel. The wrap is so tricky to handle and the kitchen roll never stays on so this would be just AMAZING!

  230. Patricia Calef says:

    I use a dishtowel. I love those covers. We used to have plastic ones like that back in the 50s/60s.

  231. Stephanie says:

    OH MAN what a great product! I currently use Press N’ Seal which never works right. When the bowl is cold or moist, the plastic doesn’t stick. This wouldn’t have that problem – PLUS, it is much more eco-friendly!

  232. Jen says:

    Usually a combination of cling wrap and the kitchen towel, but let’s face it — definitely not the most sanitary thing in the world!

  233. Catie says:

    I use plastic wrap, but it just isn’t practical. These covers are great not just because they fit, but there’s not a chance of running out!

  234. jess824 says:

    when i “cover” my bowl, i usually end up putting it in the fridge. having a cover would save me time in clearing a space for the bowl in the fridge!

  235. RevJen says:

    I use kitchen towels, plastic wrap and/or damp paper towels – but none of them are satisfactory. The towels slump into the bowl, you have to wrestle with plastic wrap and the paper towels feel really wasteful. These would be better AND cuter!

  236. Denise says:

    They look awesome!!! I just use saran or foil…so boring!!

    Denise P.
    sandpaperxsilk -at- hotmail.com

  237. Amy M. says:

    I’m afraid I just cover the bowl with a plate.

  238. Lauren says:

    I sometimes use a kitchen towel, but usually use the cling wrap that doesn’t cling. I love these new covers! 3turners@att.net

  239. Bailey says:

    I always try “cling” wrap – but why does it never actually cling? This cover looks excellent!!

  240. Robyn M says:

    These are SO cute — I love Etsy, and I love my KitchenAid!

    Like many others, I use a towel, but as they say: your hands are only as clean as the towel you use to dry them. Hygiene is always a concern of mine! This would be great to keep dust out when storing, too :)

  241. Santwona says:

    I use cling film, which doesn’t really fit my mixing bowl. Then there’s the problem with it not sticking to the bowl. These covers are such a good idea and look so cute too.

  242. DebbieK says:

    Those are amazing and way healthier than using my working kitchen towels :)

  243. Michelle says:

    I too use a dish towel. I have one that I use only for rising bread and my family knows not to touch or wipe their hands on that one. Those covers are great. I just keep thinking, why didn’t I think of that!

  244. Katie says:

    These are fabulous! I use plastic wrap or a kitchen towel now, depending on how tight a seal I’m going for.

  245. These are ADORABLE! I usually just use plastic wrap and sometimes a towel. This would be MUCH better! LOVE IT!!

  246. Teresa says:

    what a genius idea! i love that they are so environmentally friendly. i usually use plastic wrap with a rubber band but rubber bands are rarely big enough to fit around a bowl so usually they end up snapping on me–ouch! these are adorable and i’d feel great about a product i can reuse over and over.

  247. hikari12 says:

    I use saran wrap and usually place a kitchen towel over that just in case, these covers are super cute though!

  248. Sarah says:

    Usually a plate- I hate that you always have to throw plastic wrap and foil out :(

  249. I love this, even if I don’t win I am definitely buying some.

    I would use this for my homemade pie crust. I currently use foil and it stinks.

    Contact info: cupcakekelly21 at gmail dot com

  250. I generally just place a plate over the bowl, since I’m not usually leaving it for any long period of time.

  251. Sometimes I use foil, just because plastic wrap can be such a pain!

  252. Anonymous says:

    Smart product and very cute! I bet that etsy shop is going to get a lot of new business because of this post.
    I currently use foil most of the time. I would definitely prefer to use something like this to be more environmentally responsible and save a little money too. So cool!

    discomeat(at)g mail(dot)com

  253. Chloe says:

    I usually have a fight with the cling wrap and once getting it on the bowl, I have such a hard time making it stick!!! These bowl covers are a great idea.

  254. Adriana says:

    i always use kitchen towels and whenever I make bread, the towel ends up sinking and sticking to the dough. so annoying! this cover wouldn’t fall and would prevent a mess!

  255. Lindley says:

    This is what I’ve been looking for! I hate using up foil and plastic wrap, and would much prefer to be more sustainable in the kitchen. Plus, these are just so cute!


  256. Paula says:

    es fantástico!!! y además también podemos participar los lectores internacionales, gracias!!! Por si fuera afortunada, mi correo electronico es: conlaszarpas@cultura-libre.net

    Saludos, Paula

  257. laura.alex says:

    For bread baking, I use a kitchen towel. For refrigerating a frosting or something, I use plastic wrap. Those covers are so cool!

  258. jumei says:

    Those are gorgeous! I usually use shower caps I get from hotels to cover my mixing bowl. But those are way prettier and environment friendly!

    jumei.cheng@gmail.com :)

  259. graceful says:

    very chic, Depending on the size of what i’m covering I’ll use leftover plastic bags and a twist tie, sometimes even a bigger bowl right over the top!

  260. Michelle says:

    this is the coolest idea ever! i use cling wrap sometimes(but it’s so hard to get it to stick properly cos it’s not in a circular shape) or i’ll use a kitchen towel. these are so convenient and “greener” than clingwrap. (vintagetrinkets@ hotmail.com)

  261. Rachael says:

    What a brilliant idea! I usually use a clean kitchen towel (which inevitably sags into the bowl or gets pulled off by careless teenagers to wipe grubby hands) or plastic wrap (which is a total pain to use and is environmentally wasteful) but these cute covers would be hygienic, breathable and green. :)


  262. Tamar says:

    What a smart (and cute) idea for a product!! I use either cling wrap or aluminium foil.. Neither work well. These covers are needed in my kitchen!


  263. Elle Marie says:

    Love the giveaway, I use towels to cover my kitchen but this seems like it would be more hygiene. great pic :)

  264. Buffy says:

    I love these covers! Currently I use both plastic wrap and tin foil but both can be a bother when trying to make them stay put. The mixing bowl cover looks like it would hug bowls snugly and I really like that it’s reusable.

  265. Jessica says:

    I usually use plastic wrap which doesn’t work very well and is wasteful. It would be nice to have a reusable cover.


  266. Meghan says:

    I have the usual struggle with plastic wrap. The edges don’t cut it, it crumples together as I try to keep it apart…in fact most times I get so frustrated with the plastic wrap I yell some words I’d rather not share and cover with a towel. This cover would work so much better as my cat has recently figured out how to remove the towel and get himself a treat. hehe, silly boy.

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  269. What a great idea! I love them! I have stoneware bowls and plastic wrap does not stick to it. I have to use enough so it goes around it to stick to itself! UUG! Very frustrating.

  270. leh80 says:

    What a great find! I use plastic wrap almost every time.

  271. LOVE those covers!! I usually use a kitchen towel, but like you said, they don’t always stay in place, and they aren’t always clean!

  272. Julie Rene says:

    thats such a great idea! i use the press and seal cling wrap, but that gets expensive! a reusable cover would be so much better!


  273. Misty says:

    These are adorable. I’m usually bad an just throw a small towel over balls but you’re right it’s not very clean. This is a much better solution and washable which is a huge plus! – krimzonrain@hotmail.com

  274. Katherine Ramos says:

    These are so adorable!!! :)
    I gave up using plastic and foil wraps a long time ago instead I just use a larger plate to cover the whole surface of the bowl. Its less waste and a lot faster than trying to make the plastic stick to the sides of the bowl. But now that you have lovely covers for a giveaway, I really wouldnt mind trading my plates for this! ;)

    Email: katherine.bakes@gmail.com

  275. Rachelle says:

    Hej! (From Sweden)
    My name is Rachelle and I usually use good old tea towels! These are so adorable though and would be a perfect for my mixing bowls! I’m in <3.
    Well thanks for putting on this contest!
    Have a great day =)
    Ps. you can contact me at rachellelacharite@gmail.com !

  276. RobinC says:

    I currently use a kitchen towel when making bread or plastic wrap for pretty much everything else. The towel slips off sometimes and the plactic wrap sticks to itself far mor than the bowl. This would be so handy!

  277. Texanerin says:

    They’re so pretty! :) I normally use plastic wrap but it’s pretty useless. I’ve started using a cloth diaper (it’s really like cheesecloth and I bought it specifically for this purpose). The mixing bowl cover would be better, not just because it’s not a diaper, but because it wouldn’t fall in my dough. And because it wouldn’t get all linty after a few washes.

  278. I love this idea! So functional and cute, I normally use a towel or saran wrap. This would also work great when I’m making ABin5 bread!

  279. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  280. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  281. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  282. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  283. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  284. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  285. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  286. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  287. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  288. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  289. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  290. Such an awesome idea! I use plastic wrap and i hate it, it never wants to stick!

  291. Anonymous says:

    I have used the press and seal – leaves a sticky film on the side of the bowl. I have used a plate, aluminum foil, a moist paper towel and the old standby… a kitchen towel – the towel seems to fall inside the bowl… I have used a large rubber band to secure it but that’s only if the rubber band hasn’t been confiscated for another use :) The bowl cover would be convenient to use as well as doubling as a cover for the bowl when not in use.

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  293. Laura says:

    I use a good old dish towel or saran wrap, this cover would be so much better.laura@realmomkitchen.com

  294. Rachel says:

    Wow, this is genius!! :D Right now I cover it with plastic wrap. It works, but this looks better! ;D

    Thank you for the entry!
    ~Miss Rachel P.~

  295. Really cool!! If I´m in a hurry I currently use paper towels as they are always near but sometines so near they fall into the frosting..

  296. I currently use a kitchen towel because I don’t have the time to hassle with anything else! I could definitely use one of these covers!

    my email is lifeandkitchen@gmail.com

  297. These covers are so cute. I currently use a kitchen towel or plastic wrap to cover my bowl. These covers would be so much more efficient!


  298. Cristine says:

    SO CUTE!!! I currently use saran wrap but this would be so much faster AND it is reusable! Such an awesome idea!!!

  299. Ashley says:

    I currently use foil to cover my mixer bowl. I think this cover looks awesome because it will stay on so much better! There are always gaps underneath where I’m afraid things will get in.

  300. Polly says:

    Are you kidding me? YES I’d love one of those! So eco friendly!

  301. Carina says:

    I currently turn a dinner plate over my mixing bowl..the advantage of this is that it wont slip off and break! carina.kooiman@yahoo.com

  302. Those are totally clever! I’ve been using the plastic shower cap style covers from one of the ziptop baggy companies. But they are hard to wash and get all filmy and nasty. I’d much rather use fabric. And the styles are beautiful to boot!

  303. Unknown says:

    What a wonderful idea! I currently use our kitchen towels as covers but, as you stated, they aren’t always very clean after all the cooking and baking. :) I can be contacted via email phelanjacqueline@gmail.com

  304. Mariel says:

    This is great! I currently use plastic wrap or a towl, but this would be so much easier :-)

  305. Maria says:

    Great idea! I use plastic wrap as well, or else a kitchen towel when I’m letting dough rise.

  306. Allison says:

    Sadly I usually use nothing and just stick it in the fridge, those covers are awesome!!

  307. Anonymous says:

    I use plastic wrap but I have to also use a rubberband to keep it in place. This would be so much easier and way cuter.

  308. It depends on what kind of kitchen wrap I have just inevitably run out of. I often try plastic wrap, but the lack of sticking to the bowl annoys me. So when I have a choice I go with foil, but the gap often does pose a problem for the tiny flies that seem to appear spontaneously! When baking bread I use a kitchen towel but let’s face it, are those ever clean?? I feel like the bowl cover would be superior to all of these methods and it seems like it would fit all of the bowls I need to cover!

  309. Cynthia L says:

    I usually use plastic wrap and towel also my Tupperware plastic cover which I found out does not really work when you take the cookie dough after being in the fridge for 24 hours the dough gets really hard and difficult to work with.
    I hope I can win this mixing bowl cover!

  310. Unknown says:

    SO cute and definitely a functional gift! I use saran wrap and a plate to help cover my mixing bowl. The saran wrap to help seal the corners from strange smells, and the plate to keep it stuck to the bowl.

  311. Unknown says:

    I’m not sure if my last post posted, so here’s a re-post: I use a piece of cling wrap and a plate. The cling wrap to keep smells out of the cookies/frosting/etc.. I’m making and the plate to keep the cling wrap in place. The mixing bowl cover would definitely be easier since it’d be a great fit AND it’s super cute. Contact: MyAnQLe@gmail.com

  312. what a great idea! I use a tea towel at the moment, but it always seems to fall off.

  313. Samwise says:

    I currently use foil or plastic wrap, whichever I find least frustrating at the moment. These are so much easier! Plus I tend to accidentally cut my fingers on the foil. (Yes the foil itself, not the blade on the box. I’m so clumsy; lucky my husband’s a nurse!) These mixing bowl covers seem so much less irritating than plastic wrap or foil. Plus no sharp edges for the accident prone (like me)! sareeves18@gmail.com

  314. I typically use saran wrap, but you’re right, it never sticks! This one is much better because it will securely cover the bowl, and it’s also very pretty! Contact: passtheplate18@gmail.com

  315. Kristin says:

    What a great idea! I usually use a kitchen town over the bowl if I’m leaving it out on the counter. If I put it in the fridge I use cling wrap. We don’t want any of those funky fridge smells in our frosting or batter.


  316. Rebecca says:

    That’s so cool, I was just fighting with cling wrap yesterday with the chocolate chip cookies I’ve got covered in the frig.

  317. Danielle Smith says:

    I use plastic wrap that usually sticks to itself more then the bowl…. Oh how I would love a cover!

  318. It depends on what I’m making, but I usually use either a slightly damp kitchen towel or plastic wrap and I’m not super impressed with either option. These covers are so cute and I love that you can just toss them in the washer!

  319. Tz says:

    Gorgeous I love these, too cute. I always use saran wrap or cling or press and seal boring ol me… ;)

  320. nikki siegs says:

    I usually use a kitchen towel.. which unfortunatly is usually not too clean from me baking with it.. or if there a near by piece of paper around, just to cover the top.. the cover would be great because it is tight, and sanitary and washable! no waste! yay


  321. Ooh! I hope I am not too late. What a brilliant idea!

  322. Melinda says:

    I usually use a cloth napkin – these are much prettier and will stay put even if the ceiling fan is on.

  323. Alexandra says:

    I usually use a towel or foil – but these covers are so much better because they fit better and are beautiful!! :)

  324. Sommer says:

    I usually use plastic wrap. These are definitely better cuz they are cuter (duh!) and not as wasteful as using plastic wrap :)


  325. SOMAch2say says:

    I just saw this and thought, “how smart!” I actually would use a towel and then wrap it with a rubber band. Those giant industrial size ones you can find at the craft stores. I can’t BELIEVE I didn’t think of this… que sera sera!

  326. I just saw this pinned on Pinterest, so it has made it around the block, so to speak! YAY!

  327. Joylyn says:

    What kind of fabric did you use? I couldn’t find you on etsy. Thanks!

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