Thank You Summer S.O.A.P. Testing Team! You all went above and beyond in your testing. There was lotion, liquid soap, cold process soap and sugar scrubs. There was even one lucky fragrance oil that got its picture taken with Mount Rushmore. And now an official shout out to the fabulous S.O.A.P. team. Thanks again!
Penny from Good Clean Fun Soaps
Jeanee from Dirty Laundry
Amy from Tenth Avenue Soapworks.
Amy’s Blog Posts: Bramble Berry S.O.A.P.ing (part 1), S.O.A.P. Lotion-Testing, S.O.A.P. bar soap testing (part 3)
Amy from Great Cakes Soapworks
Amy’s Blog Posts: It’s SOAP Panel time again, SOAPing with a Friend, Soap Panel Fragrance Poll
Emily from Soap and Restless
Emily’s Blog Posts: SOAP Opera Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 4, Episode 5
Dennise from Briny Bar Soap
Dennise’s Blog P0sts: I love you, #7 fragrance oil (this blog post had me rolling on the floor laughing), Quick Update, S.O.A.P. Test Report in Cold Process
Leah from Mommy You Say It
Leah’s Blog Posts:SOAP Summer Panel Work Has Begun, Notes from the Bottles, S.O.A.P. Panel Installment #3, S.O.A.P. Panel Installment #4
We can’t wait to tally the results and share the latest additions to our line with you. Hang tight; it’ll be worth the wait.
Amy Warden says
Just got back from our little vaca as well. Can’t wait to hear the results!! 🙂
I had a blast being on the Panel and I can’t wait to hear what all the scents were. Thanks Anne-Marie and Bramble Berry for letting me in on the fun! (sorry I’m so late to reply to this post but we have been at Disneyland for the past week.)
I’ve been mulling over the results and it really seems like the fruity fragrances totally trounced the florals if that gives you any hint! =)
PS – Disneyland and family time is ALWAYS a good reason to not respond quickly. =) Family comes first.
I can’t get over the little owls—I’d love to have one of those sitting next to my sink! (I probably wouldn’t want to use it though, too cute!)
AWESOME! It looks like everyone had so much fun! (When S.O.A.P. time comes around again, I may resort to begging, *lol*)
Quick comments on the above pictures: Amy, my older brother says “I want to eat that soap. Seriously. It looks edible. TELL HER I WANT TO EAT THAT SOAP!” It does look delicious!
Emily, add me to the list of people who NEED that owl mold. It looks like he’s got a coffee cup- is it a night owl mold? I’m not on FB or I’d enter to win one of those adorable little guys. 🙂
Dennise, I love how it looks like the presidents are having an open forum on FO #7. “Yes, Roosevelt, but will it work in CP soap?” And Lincoln says “No, you fop! Sugar scrubs! Sugar scrubs are the way to go!” And you KNOW how the subject of sugar scrubs gets Jefferson going. So from there it was totally ON between these guys. Argued for hours.
Leah, these soaps look like delicious jello dominoes! I thought it was a great idea to “label” them with the drops. Mmmmm, more delicious edible-looking soap…
Heading off to read everyone’s posts! Great job, gals!
Thanks for the comment about our soaps. We ended up coining them the “dice soap” based on a comment from Anne-Marie.
Ooooh, I can’t wait for the mystery fragrance winners to be announced! And you’re right, A-M, Briny Bar Soap’s post was hilarious.
Jennifer Cole says
Okay. I NEED to know where the owl molds came from!!!
Oh my stars those owl soaps are too cute!!
I thought so too! So adorable – and I love that she put so much work into the project. It totally warms my soapy heart =)
You can follow my blog and actually try to win the SOAP panel end of month give away! I’m setting up my FB fan page right now, why is it so hard? …erg… As soon as I figure everything out I’ll post the give way on my blog and some one (or more) will be able to own those owls!
That’s hilarious! And what a nice surprise for you =) Thank YOU for doing such a great job for us. We love having you on the panel!
Courtney from Bramble Berry