Friday, April 9, 2010

Soap Naming Contest!

I've been busy in my soap kitchen!  I have two new soaps curing on the shelf and they will be ready in a couple of weeks.  You'll be seeing lots of new soaps this summer - guess my creative side is on overdrive right now.

I've had a lot of requests for some more "manly" scents and I'm happy to present to you a new soap called "My Tennessee Woods"!  This soap is a beautiful off-white bar with no added herbs.  My Tennessee Woods is lightly scented with the essential oils of some of Tennessee's most beautiful trees.  This bar has a wonderful lather and smells like a walk in the forest! I knew what it's name would be before I even poured this soap into the mold!




















However, I need a little help naming this next soap.  I'm very excited about this soap!  It is a very moisturizing soap filled with Aloe butter and Avocado Oil!  This soap has a light sprinkle of organic dill throughout and is very lightly scented with the essential oil of Dill.




















As it stands, the name is Aloe, Avocado & Dill.  I'm counting on your creative juices to help me improve it's name! Of course the best way to accomplish this is with a contest!  And with a contest there has to be rules and prizes...

The Rules
1. Contest begins now and ends at midnight on April 18th.
2. Name will be chosen by my family.  Although there *is* a winner, we are not obligated to use your name...after all..we might choose one of our own!
3. You can't be related to me and win.
4. You may enter as many times as you like.
5. Suggestions must be left in the comment section of this post or sent in email.
6. Winner will be announced Monday, April 19th.

And now we have...
The Prize!
Winner gets a free bar of the soap they name and one other soap of their choosing.
I even pay the shipping!

Always wanted to try my soap but never got around to it? Now's the time...perhaps you can try it absolutely free! 

Blessings!

TNfarmgirl

11 comments:

  1. beautiful soaps! here's a go:
    verde mountain
    morning dew
    dill meadow

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  2. Thought we might try...
    Smooth Sensation
    Aloe Valley
    Avocado Dillight
    "Dill"lightful and Smooth

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  3. Wendy - love the Dill Meadow!

    Natalie - Avocado Dillight is wonderful!

    Great names ladies!

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  4. Sue@SueHRitter.comApril 14, 2010 at 8:58 PM

    Sue Ritter:
    Dillicous Skin Bar

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  5. it made me think of summer so how about
    Summer Fun or Summer Nights
    Regina

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  6. I absolutely love all 3 ingredients! Aloe is my favorite for cuts, burns, bites, etc. Dill is my very favorite herb. I will eat anything that has avacado in it! I thought of several but no matter what you name it, I know I want some!!
    "Soothing Guacadilly" or "Guacadilly Soother" or
    "Dilly Hass Soother" or "Dillcado Soother" or
    "Aloe Guacadilly" or Guacadilly Aloe".....This has been fun!!

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  7. Sue R. - Love the name!

    Regina - great idea!

    Gail - so glad you liked it - thanks for the wonderful names!

    Keep them coming - contest closes on Sunday!

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  8. Luxurious Speckles of Dill
    Soft Herbal Leaves
    Lovely Avocado and Dill

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  9. I grow most of my dill for pickles. SO--how bout "Pick-a-Dilly" or "In-a-Pickle" ? :)

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