January MMS Perfumer’s Kit Winner

It’s that time again! We had four fantastic submissions for January blog posts and I just had to share all of them with you. I’m giving away two kits this month.

Jennifer won one of the January MMS Perfumer’s Kits with her blog post about making a Sea Salt Cold Process Soap. Her post was set up very clearly and detailed her experiences while making the soap. Her pictures were a fantastic aid to her post and matched her text well.

Kristin won the second January MMS Perfumer’s Kit with her blog post about making liquid soap. Her post was very detailed from step to step and even included a video of the process.

Carolyn took second place with her blog post about making soap. Her post tells the story behind her Christmas present and her latest experience with making soap and included some fabulous pictures.

Melody took third place with her blog post about making soap with coconut milk. Her post shows her method of soap making and is informative as well as entertaining.

Congratulations to Jennifer, Kristin, Carolyn and Melody! I will be sending each one of you an e-mail for an address to send your goodies! Jennifer and Kristin will receive the MMS Perfumer’s Kits, while Carolyn and Melody will receive a small box of goodies.

Remember, I still have several Perfumer’s Kits to give away. Each month will reveal a new lucky winner. Need an update on the rules? Click here to see the original post. I’m now accepting submissions for blogs and videos posted in the month of February.

Don’t forget to submit your blog or video posts to win the MMS Perfumer’s Kit. Remember, this kit is worth $280! Wow!

Tomorrow we will start a five part series on milk soaps!

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4 thoughts on “January MMS Perfumer’s Kit Winner”

  1. Congratulation to the winner! You all have very interesting blog. I particularly like Kristin video. It really shows what the soap should look like at every stage.
    And Carolyn, I ordered some vanilla beans just a week ago thinking it would be good in a soap. I am glad to see what it could look like. Your molds are beautiful. Now, in terms of smell, do you think the vanilla beans are enough to give the soap a nice mild vanilla smell or does it need fragrance as well? Also, you were asking on your blog what you should do next. You mentioned a head hake balm … I am very curious about that!

    Thanks for all the nice pictures, it is inspiring!

    Julie ^_^

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  2. Thank you Andee and MMS team for picking my post as one of the winners! I am so excited to receive the kit! Congrats to all the winners, Jennifer your post was great, I love salt bars and I’ve never tried it with sea salt, I’ll give it a shot now that I’ve seen your success with it!

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  3. Congrats to the winners! Everyone did a fantastic job, as usual!

    I’m really excited about the milk soap series as well! :D

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