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We Are Inspired By Beautiful Things That Surround Us

Our embossed rolling pin designs are simple and functional, reflecting our view on life.

Algis Crafts is a family-run business that started by making products the whole family could enjoy, aimed at bringing family and friends closer together. We engrave premium quality lifestyle products such as drinkware, knives, and wooden kitchenware accessories like cutting boards, rolling pins, and boxes. We have a retail side, but we also provide private label dropshipping services to other retailers, event planners, promotional product specialists, and marketing companies.

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Algis Crafts Recipe: Green Butter Cookies

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Ingredients:

  • 200 grams of room-temperature butter
  • 180 grams of sugar
  • A pinch of salt (about 1 gram)
  • 1 egg
  • 400 grams of flour

For extra green color and flavor use spirulina powder:

  • 7 grams (2 tsp.) of spirulina powder

 Step-by-step:

1. Start by mixing the room-temperature butter with the sugar.

2. Add a pinch of salt to the mixture.

3. Stir in the egg.

4. Combine the flour with the spirulina powder.

5. Mix everything together and knead it into a dough. If the dough is too sticky, add more flour; if it’s too crumbly, add a few tablespoons of water.

6. Cool the dough in the refrigerator (30 minutes or more)

7. Roll out the dough using a regular rolling pin.

8. Sprinkle the surface with flour, then roll the dough once with an engraved rolling pin.

9. Use cookie cutters to press out your desired shapes.

10. Bake at 180 °C for 6-10 minutes (the baking time depends on the thickness of the cookies) or until the edges turn lightly brown.

*It’s best to let them cool on a wire rack.

**You can adjust the amount of sugar to your liking.

***If you don’t have spirulina, you can substitute it with turmeric, freeze-dried beets, spices, or food coloring (following the instructions on the package). To achieve a more uniform color, combine it with a few tablespoons of warm water and add it to the wet ingredients before mixing with the flour.

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A father-of-five is the creator of unusual products that have buyers all over the world.

Algis Kairys from Vilnius creates incredible woodwork. His main hobby is his artistically carved embossed rolling pins, which he uses to roll out the dough and press the pattern onto the biscuits. The best part is that his five children are always there to help him.

Both a hobby and a job. It’s even more fun to learn that he is a father of five children, who, together with his wife Rūta, has raised or is still raising 22-year-old Ringailė, 20-year-old Rapolas, 18-year-old Aiste, 16-year-old Ugnė and 10-year-old Miglė.

Algis started developing his first products for sale in 2013. “In the beginning, we just made products and sent them to customers, but eventually there was a need to identify ourselves and the registered trademark “Algis Crafts” was created.”, for whom woodworking is both his main activity and hobby in one. Kairys came up with the idea of creating engraved rolling pins even before he started his business. “The idea was born a year before I started making them. When I saw cookies, I kept thinking, ‘What if it were possible to make cookies with a different pattern, would that be interesting?’,” he says with a smile.

Embossed rolling pin with tons of different engraved designs are mostly exported to the USA, Germany, France, the UK and Canada.

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It takes about half an hour to make one of these natural wood patterns. Customers use them not only for cookies or cake dough, but also for clay or modelling clay, thus creating inedible products. Algis also offers cutting boards, solid grillware, drinkware and custom-made designs to your heart’s content.

“We are always thinking about going to fairs. It looks like a lot of fun, and maybe next year we’ll go to the Kaziukas Fair,” the man promises. When asked how he manages to juggle work and parenthood, Algis laughs that he would have to ask all five children. “It’s a matter of how you look at it, work doesn’t necessarily interfere with parenthood. One can be completely absent from work and not take care of the children, not find time for them. I think it’s a matter of character, attitude. The most important thing is to have the right balance between work, family and entertainment,” he believes.

Just like in the TV series “Friends”

He lets children into the workshop as much as they want, and there is never a shortage of work to do. Not only the production, but also the packaging of each item in a special box, the shipping, and the communication with the customers, all take time and extra hands. Although having five children may seem like a serious challenge to many, the father of a large family says that he never thought about the difficulties of raising so many children. “You have to imagine what it would be like if you had two or three, what it would be like then, but it’s too complicated and doesn’t make sense to think ‘what if’,” he says philosophically.

He enjoys the constant movement in the house, just like in the TV series “Friends”. “A full house. It’s fun, at one point there were a couple of kids away for a longer period of time, and others are somewhere else, so somehow there seems to be a lack of people, it’s too quiet”, he laughs. Of course, there are many children and many everyday worries, but he and his wife don’t strictly divide their work. “It’s just that we’re usually doing different things at the same time.”

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