Thursday, November 10, 2011

Help Me Name a Soap!

Yes, I'm almost done taking photos for my forthcoming soap crafting book! I've been crafting soap, and other bath & body products, for years. I've been planning an entire series of books, and only this month does it look like I'll finally have that soap book finished! It's called THE JOY OF MELT AND POUR SOAP CRAFTING and it'll be available on Kindle, B&N and Smashwords around November 19th.  

Before it's completed, I need your help in naming a soap! The backstory is that when I was at the supermarket I discovered a 4-pack of colorful plastic gelatin molds. For $2 it was a great deal and they make some beautiful looking soaps. Currently, it's called Gelatin Soap, but I'm sure a better and catchier name can be found. 

Name this soap!!!



The soap is a combination of clear melt and pour base, magenta mica [a natural mineral colorant], and strawberry fragrance.

So what do you get if you supply the name of this soap?

1. A copy of the book in either the .PDF or Kindle format. 
2. Your name will be listed in the Acknowledgments section right in the front of the book! 

Let me know what you think this soap should be called and the winner will be listed here! If you could do so by the weekend, that would be excellent!


11/16/11 UPDATE! Thanks everybody! A name has been found & the individual insists upon anonymity! I'll reveal the soap's new name next week after the book has been released.

7 comments:

Old Kitty said...

Fresh n Fruity Soap?
:-)

Take care
x

L. Diane Wolfe said...

They look like tiny buckets. "Bucket of Strawberries?"

Selestiele said...

The shorty on the right reminds me of a flower, so...

Berry Blossom?

Vicki Rocho said...

Don't have a name suggestion for you (I blank out whenever I'm asked that sort of thing). I've always wanted to play with making soap - and tried once but it did NOT come out well...I obviously needed your book! ;)

A.Decker said...

"Stinky"? Sorry, I'm allergic.

Stephen Tremp said...

How a bout A Wormhole to Cleanliness? Okay, that's pretty bad. I like Old Kitty' suggestion.

notesfromnadir said...

Thanks everybody! A name has been found & the supplier of it insists upon anonymity! I'll reveal it next week after the book has been released.

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