Buzzfeed is Blowing Up the Exchanging Fire Shop

Sometimes on a cold, wintry Friday morning, you just need a little…clickbait!

Apparently Buzzfeed was feeling French today, and decided to dedicate a listicle to all the wonderful ways to feel more Parisian when your outdoors looks like a grummy North America day in March (like mine does).


Image courtesy Buzzfeed

I was pleased to discover that Exchanging Fire was featured today as a headliner in the listicle, showing off the stellar mini macarons I offer as stitch marker holders in my shop. They are actually really great for holding anything small and delicate, from jewelry to pins and other little notions.


Six of these awesome little fellas, who are the exact size and shape as real French macarons, can fit inside one of my large French macaron notion cases. There’s just something so entertaining about packing small things into a larger container – like those matryoshka Russian nesting dolls. Only here you can nest macarons!

Ok, now I’ve made myself hungry. I’m going to go eat a Milano cookie and stare at the falling snow, which is as close as I can get to eating French pastries in Paris today.




4 thoughts on “Buzzfeed is Blowing Up the Exchanging Fire Shop

  1. Melissa

    These are very cute! Can you show a picture of how six minis fit in one large macaroon case. I looked on your Etsy shop but didn’t find one. Thank you! Melissa

    1. LadyDanio Post author

      Thanks Melissa! There is a picture of four of the mini macarons inside a larger macaron featured as one of the photos on the mini macaron listing. Six fit inside a closed case, though obviously without Supergirl’s x-ray vision it’s a little hard to show that. Thanks again!

  2. ncbev

    Just found your shop on Etsy just by chance. Plan to follow your blog. Bought a digital row counter – can’t wait to get it. I’ll be back. Love your stitch markers and needle holders. Didn’t see any puppies. Is that something that’s possible?


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