In celebration of Pi day, I thought it would be appropriate to decorate a pie in a mathematically Q-bert like way. So I made a few interchangeable stencils along with an alignment jig to facilitate dusting the top of a chocolate cream pie with 2 shades of cocoa powder to create this cubic pattern. Here are the svgs for the stencils and the jig (you’ll need a 5/8" dowel or similar for the alignment rods). The stencils are in 3 colors, one for each cube face. Technically you only need to use 2 of the stencils, as the 3rd face will “automatically” be created by what’s NOT dusted by the first 2 stencils, but I’m including the 3rd anyway just in case anyone has any bright ideas for it. The rings are lightly drawn on the baseplate so you can center the pie dish, and there are 3 rings in the stencil file you can use to cut out cardboard “shields” to lay on the actual crust edge under the stencil if you want to avoid getting dust on the crust, like one OCD nutcase I know.