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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Gamecock and Tiger Swirl Soaps

Sometimes the creative side of me takes over, even over the soap pot. The darnedest things inspire a pot of soap. For this batch, it was who, not what. I wanted to make something to honor Marcus Lattimore's first season with Carolina, you know, back in the fall when we were all in a football frenzy. Even most of us RebelTigers were pulling for the Cocks except for our game. I know a few who weren't, and y'all are welcome to pipe up here. Then I had to give the Tigers equal effort and made an orange and purple swirl batch. So here are the results of that inspiration.


With swirls of garnet and black, Gamecock is scented with Spiced Mahogany from Bramble Berry, and described as a deep, rich woody scent with notes of Italian Bergamot, and Apple Wood to round out the darker, more sensuous Patchouli, Cedarwood, and Oakmoss. Also spices of Cardamom, Vanilla Bourbon and allspice are added. The resulting fragrance is one of sophistication and verve.

The Tiger was scented with Energy fragrance oil, also from Bramble Berry. It is described thus,a stimulating blend of citrus, including grapefruit, lemon, and lime, with hints of fresh cucumber and jasmine, and a touch of pineapple, blackberry and champagne.



And here they are tailgating together.

4 comments:

Tipper said...

Makes me wish I could smell it : )

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi There Clemson fan.... Thanks for coming to my blog today. Please come back anytime... Doesn't look like you have updated your blog lately... I love blogging and have been doing it since 2006...

I'm a huge Tennessee fan --but my team has had alot of problems lately... Not pretty!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Rebel Fan said...

Thanks, Betsy. I'm a little ashamed for not posting at least a couple times a month. Facebook drew my attention away. I'm going to make sure to put something new up here before I have to start back to school next week. Thanks for stopping by. Lots of Vols fans down here in SC, BTW.

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