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Spicy Shelf, the Ultimate Way to Store and Organize Spices

A project in Provo, UT by Dedee Dart

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An adjustable U-shaped shelf allowing you to store and organize spice containers of all shapes and sizes with front row visibility.
Backers: 114
Average Pledge Per Backer: $54

Funded: $6,173 of $60,000
Dates: Jul 30th -> Sep 4th (36 days)
Project By: Dedee Dart
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Latest News

We aren't giving up!

August 28th - via:
Although Kickstarter hasn't gone as we hoped, we are still moving forward on the development of Spicy Shelf.  We know its a great product and can help out with how people store their spices.  We are working on the retail boxes now and they are... (Read More)

Shelf pin test results

August 7th - via:
Tested the three different shelf pins and this is what we found. The L-pin worked well other than is pushes the shelf in about 1/16" on each side if used in the down position, the flat spoon-pin was very strong and didn't effect the shelf at all, the... (Read More)

Thank you for backing us

August 6th - via:
Thank you to those that have backed us and for your input on the shelf pins.  We will be testing all three and posting the pros and cons of each.  We are hoping to make it to 100 backers today.  So we all need to keep spreading the word. On... (Read More)

We are looking for the best shelf pin to include

August 5th - via:
Thanks to all you backers so far.  Things are moving forward with development.  We are looking for the best shelf pins to include with each Spicy Shelf.  We have found three different types.  The one on the left is an L-shaped 5mm, middle is a... (Read More)

Spicy Shelf's Efficiency

August 1st - via:
Just posted a quick clip showing how efficient Spicy Shelf uses cupboard space.  It is truly amazing of how all those spices fit in the same amount of space as before and you can see and get to everything.  Still blows my mind!  (Read More)

Thank you

July 31st - via:
Thank you early backers for your support!  We are working on contacting more bloggers to help spread the word.  If you know of any that would be a good fit or have any ideas of how to spread the word, let us know.  Tell all of your family and... (Read More)

Baking with Blondie : Kitchen Tip of the Week: Spicy Shelf

Yes, there are those neat little spinning spice racks you can find, and those keep things pretty organized, but there's always a spice or two (or twenty) that are never really included in those sets. So you eventually end up with a few floaters, keeping them in line is nearly impossible, and you end up having to pine through them all to find that one small spice you're searching for at dinnertime. (Read More)

FREE Measurement Conversion Chart Printable and the best invention ever!

July 30th - via:
Hi friends! I’m excited to share a few things with you today! I have a super cute FREE Measurement Conversion printable for you and I have to tell you about the best kitchen shelf ever! I was recently asked to check out this brand new product called “The Spicy Shelf”. It basically mounts inside your existing cabinet and stores up to 72 spices! (Read More)

I Want a Spicy Shelf

If only my spice cabinets looked this organized... Now they can! (Read More)

365 Days of Slow Cooking: Looking for a way to organize your spices?

July 29th - via:
Are you looking for a way to organize your spices? I have been for a while. First, I alphabetized them. That lasted for a couple of days. Then I put them in order of what I use most. That didn't last either. Things just kept getting jumbled up. The spices were on the bottom shelf of a cupboard. They were like 4 deep. I didn't even really know what was in there. In fact, I had several duplicates. Until NOW! Hooray! (Read More)

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