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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Promotional Frenzy Team!

I would like to introduce you to a yummy, spicy, and  lovely shop in our team!

*************dellcovespices**************

I asked Patricia (Dellcovespices) about how do they started  their spices shop on Etsy and this is her awesome story.

Patricia said: 

My husband started up the shop last fall as a way to do something with his free time when our jobs forced us to temporarily live in two different cities (he's in the Midwest, I'm on the West Coast). I started helping him out with ideas, and was drawn to the online community here on Etsy.

Part of the reason he did it was to help pay for the cost of plane tickets to fly back and forth, so we could see one another.

But then, we both found it to be a blast. We both love to cook and were always finding out of the way places with interesting restaurants, rural food auctions, unusual grocery stores, etc. We both have friends and family that are somehow tied to food and agriculture.

And then, a number of friends started talking about how they were entertaining at home, cooking at home, and were hungry for new ways to spice up their cooking.

So...spices. And that led to us both looking around and realizing that we just wanted to make stuff that we enjoyed eating ourselves. So far, it seems to be working!

 What a wonderful story! Aren't you agree with me?

Enjoy!

     




 

                                       Off course and don't forget to look at this! 

                                               


Valentine red cocktail sugar crystals. 

                              Toast love with festive sugar-rimmed glasses.    

                   




                           

 

 

31 comments:

  1. Great story! Isn't it funny how things work out.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Inspiring story. Our life passes are so unpredictable.

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  3. It's a great story. Hope they are living together now.

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  4. Thanks for telling our story. We're not together yet, Linda. But we have hope it'll be soon!

    In the meantime...the honey is very busy. *grin*

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  5. mmmm delicious~!!! what a sweet story!!!!

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  6. Oh I can't wait to try their product!

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  7. That is a great story :) Thank you

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  8. I hope to order from her soon. I believe her products made it to the Front Page of Etsy recently!

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  9. Just love Patricia's Etsy Shop!

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  10. I just love Dell's shop! I can't wait to try one of the amazing spices that are so fabulously photographed.

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  11. What a lovely story!!! Her shops is great, and I have had wonderful popcorn... highly recommend her shop!

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  12. I can't wait to try their spices! They look so yummy....and the colored salt...wow!

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  13. I love the story, thank you for sharing! And such a great shop also

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  14. Great story. It's fun to get to know people this way. Good luck with sales Dell, so you can visit with your husband more.

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  15. Wonderful story ... and... YUM! So wishing I had some of those spices here with me now.

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  16. It´s a wonderful shop and really love to know how the shop started.
    Great!!!

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  17. Great story when both wife & hubby can do what they love together--even if they are apart right now. Hope you get together soon! Spices look so tantalizing!

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  18. Yes, a great story! I don't cook much, but she makes me think twice about it!

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  19. great story, love when things work out like that!

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  20. Such interesting spices for sale in this shop!

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  21. Lovely story. Glad they are doing well! I wish I could get some shipped to NZ!

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  22. Oh that cocktail looks delicious! Love her shop!

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  23. Those look delicious! I've gotta try her spices someday :) Hope they got to fly to see each other more often!

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  24. That's quite romantic. And it's amazing how you can sometimes just stumble over something that turns out to be a great thing. It was the same with me and bookbinding.

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