Saturday, March 6, 2010

Melony Gardenia

You ever played the "What's your stripper name?" game? Well, if you haven't, you take the name of your first pet and pair it with the name of the street you grew up on (or some similar version of this....). My stripper name is Lacy Hobart. That just screams stripper to me, lol! That's the inspiration behind the name of this soap. I took the two scents-cucumber melon and gardenia-and BLAMMO: Melony Gardenia.

This soap smells so freakin good. It's unlike any combination of scents I've ever smelled. It's fresh. It's floral. It's feminine. It's seductive. It's very springtime and inviting. I love the swirls I made. They almost look like I funneled them, but nope, I just poured the soap all willy-nilly, and this is what I came up with. Dig her golden locks, aka, calendula petals. This will make a very nice Easter or Passover gift. Okay, enough about soap, what's your stripper name? LOL.....


Mayte said...

Me gustan, unos colores muy bonitos. Felicidades
Un beso

Burnt Mill Candles and Soap said...

love the way you came up with the name very cute!

Catherine said...

Cute name hon! And love the scents of the soap.
I'm sure it does smell beautiful!
Have a wonderful sunday dear!

Anonymous said...

Why is it every time I visit your blog I get hungry?

Monica said...

I love so sweet colors. Thank you for your visit.

Naiad Soap Arts said...

This looks so pretty! Great soft spring colors and I love the name!

Thanks for sharing
AKA: Spooky North Airline

Feli said...


Kay | UPrinting said...

I really love all the soap that you made! The texture and appearance are really nice! This one looks so smooth! I like it! Of course not to mention the Edward Cullen soap !