Limiting myself to just 10 scents

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Over the past eight months, it has become apparent to me that I have collected a gargantuan amount of various fragrance oils from Natures Garden. And furthermore, I can explain how that happened. Allow me to share with you what happens every time I have to order more fragrances for my soaps. I get onto the Natures Garden store, and everything just sounds soooo good! I scroll through page after page, clicking the add to cart button. I go to check out, and I simply cannot get rid of any of the fragrances that I put in. Those fragrance oils are then soaped, tried, smelled and stuffed into my itty, bitty, cabinet.  I really hadn’t thought of that being a problem, however it is. Sooooo, What did I do about it?
I made a list as long as an archery range, of the fragrances I have. I have decided I would share it with you, just so you could get an idea of the problem at hand.
And here we go:
NG Anjou pear blossom
NG Amber Romance
NG Aqua di Gio
NG Awapuhi Sea berry
NG Bamboo & White Grapefruit
NG Black Raspberry Vanilla
NG Bergamot
Carrot Cake (NG cinnamon essential oil blend)
NG Clean Fresh Cotton
NG Cranberry Relish (really sweet smelling fragrance, not what I was expecting, but it was nice.)
NG Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (I really love this scent, and would recommend it to anyone looking for a new scent to add to their winter line.)
NG Oatmeal, Milk, & Honey
NG French Vanilla & Oak
Patchouli Mint
NG Sweet Pea
NG Cucumber Splash
NG Cinnanut Latte
NG Gourmet chocolate
NG Chocolate cream cheese cupcake (The ultimate chocolate scent!)
NG Cappuccino (My personal favorite coffee scent. It’s better than WORLDS BEST from Nature’s Garden)
NG Cherry Almond
Ginger Lime (NG ginger citrus mixed with Lime essential oil)
Grapefruit
NG Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti
NG Pumpkin Pie
NG Evergreen
Endless Summer (NG Orange soda pop)
NG Coconut Lime Verbena Type
NG Green Tea
Lavender & Mint
Patchouli
NG Cheesecake (This smells just like a cheesecake! And it soaps beautifully.)
Rosemary
NG Lavender Vanilla
Lemongrass
Lavender
Lavender Flowers from NG (Not quite a true lavender but it was quite a nice floral!)
NG Pearamel
Peppermint Bark (Peppermint essential oil, and NG vanilla silk fragrance)
NG Pink Sugar Type
NG Orchard Apple
Orange
NG Ocean waves
NG Iced pineapple (I enjoyed this pineapple as a background scent in soap. It’s a bit strong, so I blend it with other scents. No Erin, You would not like this scent.)
NG Pomegranate
NG Dude
NG The Perfect Man
NG Sage
NG Spiced Cranberry (Ahhhhmazing fall scent!)
NG Salt Water Taffy
Salt Marsh (a custom scent, numerous NG scents combined. )
NG sun and sand Type
NG Beach bum (You wonder why I have this…)
NG Blue Sugar
NG Blue Hawaiian
NG Bite me
NG Bumble berry
NG Brown Sugar Fig
NG Indian Sandalwood
NG Citrus and berries
NG Fresh Strawberry
NG Vanilla silk
NG Vanilla bean
NG Cool waters Type
NG Toffee apple crunch (This is a wonderful fall dessert scent. The perfect combination of buttery goodness and fresh crisp apple.)
NG Tayberry & Teakwood
Tea tree
NG Warm vanilla sugar
NG Jamaica me crazy

I know, Rapunzel Rapunzel let down your fragrance list.
And that’s not including the dozens of sample bottles that I have accumulated since last year. Or the next order I have to buy. What can I say? I am a glutton for fragrance oils, if that’s even possible. So here is what I plan to do. I made a list of the fragrances I am keeping all year.
The list:                    
Aqua di gio
Awapuhi Seaberry
Ocean Waves
Cool waters type
DUDE
Pink sugar type
Iced pineapple
Endless summer
Oatmeal milk & honey
Salt Water Taffy
And Essential oil soaps:
Lavender
Eucalyptus
Tea tree

Somehow, I am going to snip little fragrances off this long list.
Honestly, I don’t know how I am going to do this, but I certainly know I am going to try.
I know I’ll have a ton of encouraging help from Katie and Jason. (Yeah, Right…)

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A visual representation of Jason helping in past soap events.

 

 

 

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