Friday, September 21, 2007

Smelly Stuff

No, it's not what you think....I need your help. I'm looking to the future and a small business is part of my plan. I don't want to give away alot of information just yet but this venture will include nice smelling things that one may wear, burn in their home, or eat. This is where you come in. What are your favorite scents? Is there a particular smell that makes you think of fall? Thanksgiving? Christmas? How about for everyday? What is one scent that you never get tired of? Do you have several favorites? I'd love your input. I know what I like but I want to know what others like. Anything goes so put your thinking caps on and share with me!

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10 comments:

gail@more than a song said...

I love vanilla stuff most anytime....pumpkin makes me think of fall. I like peppermint smells at Christmas or cookies, that's a good one!
I also have a cherry candle I like..and anything sort of light at times. In other words, I like almost anything!

Tiff said...

I love Apple Cinnamon, and Pumpkin Spice, Cranberry, in fact i have my pumkin spice candle burning right now. YUMMM!

Corrie said...

My favorite candle in the world is Yankee Candle Pumpkin Pie...and I don't even eat Pumpkin Pie!
You have peaked my curiousity!!! I can't wait to hear what you are working on!

Vader's Mom said...

Vanilla, coconut, lime, I'm a sucker for smelly-good stuff.

Misty said...

Patchouli mixed with vanilla. That is heaven. Freshcut Tuberose is a great floral scent. I'm a sucker for anything that smells "romantic" or "sensual." I guess that is why I like patchouli and sandalwood.

Karla said...

I love the smell of "fresh linen". :-)

Carrie! :o) said...

Buttercream! Lime! Fresh Oranges!

Jill@Who Could Ask for Anything More said...

I'm a little quirky when it comes to scents. I can't stand vanilla nor anything very fruity. I do OK with cranberry and something spicy if it's not cinnamon. I love "nature" scents like gardenia, pear, lilac and sometimes lemon. Musk is very high on my list, as is patchouli and cedar.

Coach J said...

I tend to go for the cleaner smells as opposed to heavier perfume-y smells. I like lavender, and mint flavor.
Although, around fall, I just crave me some cinnamon scented stuff. I like peppermint at Christmas.

Nina said...

One of my favorite scents I would love to have "in a bottle" is the smell of a clear winter day after a fresh snow -- crisp and clean.
Also love anything that smells like the ocean.
Oh and coconut oil is an absolute aphrodisiac for me-- maybe it reminds me of our honeymoon at the beach! ;)