|here are the finished pans ready for something yummy to be put in them|
|red lines are the initial cutting lines, score on the brown, then cut away the areas indicated in green|
I did find out on my prototype pan that some of the color from the box labels will bleed through the white paint after the clear finish is added. (It didn't show until the clear finish was almost dry) I did some experimenting and I have found that Gesso seems to block that bleeding of color. So if you want to make an all white (or other light color baking pan) I would suggest doing the priming coat with a white Gesso rather than with white craft paint. If you are painting the outside a darker color go ahead and use the craft paint.