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Mod post: No wishlist posts in blogs

Posted by Silvertree in Forum Updates and News, 07 February 2012 · 517 views

Please be aware that we do not permit swap-related content on profiles or in blogs. Please post this content only in the For Sale, Swaps, and Wanted forums, or in the Wishlists topic. ~from Swapping 101


more testing: seraglio, l'essence le ardeur, joyful moon, black death

Posted by Tielan in Tielan's Blog, 03 August 2015 · 12 views

L'Essence de le Ardeur - roses that turn to powder on my skin - sell.
Joyful Moon - very delicate, fruity/floral - I like how it starts and I have a fondness for this so I'm keeping it.
Seraglio - starts off almond turns to roses and musk pretty fast, but not powdery roses.
Black Death - tobacco, musk, heavy scent, rather masculine, b...

old wishlist

Posted by delighted in BPAL test track, 08 June 2015 · 79 views

Keeping for memories--finished 120/122 GC imps I wanted to try! Mad Tea Party, I'm coming for you next!

From: The Marquis de Carabas

Posted by theredshoes in Moi's Blog, 19 May 2015 · 98 views
total miss, neverwhere and 1 more...

Source: The Marquis de Carabas

spring cleaning q's

Posted by skyelyric in skyelyric's schtuff, 12 April 2015 · 142 views

Ladies and gents, if you're comfortable receiving clothing, what size(s)?  Any particular types of clothing (skirts, oversized t-shirts for crafting, work clothing)?  How do you feel about shoes that were bought, worn once, and never brought out of the closet again?
To answer the question myself, I'm perfectly happy with gently used clo...

Spring Cleaning v4.0 2015 Q&A

Posted by Em- in Maps and Legends, 06 April 2015 · 121 views
swap questions

1.Ladies and gents, if you're comfortable receiving clothing, what size(s)? Any particular types of clothing (skirts, oversized t-shirts for crafting, work clothing)? How do you feel about shoes that were bought, worn once, and never brought out of the closet again? Ditto this for anyone else in your household who might appreciate wearables.

I am a L...

Spring Cleaning Swap 2015

Posted by syrenemyst in syrenemyst's Blog, 02 April 2015 · 138 views

Clothing:  I am a 6X in plus sized clothes, so probably nothing for me. However, my kids are large and XL in tops, skirts, and dresses. My 13 year old is into just about everything from goth to lolita to steampunk/vintage, tee's, jeans, loves her combat boots as well as her UGGS.  My oldest loves anything from goth to lolita and loves pink as mu...

Spring Cleaning Swap v4.0 Questionnaire

Posted by roslynconspiracy in roslynconspiracy's Blog, 30 March 2015 · 123 views

For ease, I've squashed together all of my questionnaire answers as well as the random questions that came up on the thread here in one space.  :wub2:
ALLERGIES? Eucalyptus (very minor, but causes itching in terms of body washes/perfumes)

FAVORITE SCENTS: Foodie, incense, earthy, rain (BPAL examples: Black Lace, Cake Smash,...

Spring Cleaning Questions List

Posted by Usagi in Usagi's Blog, 29 March 2015 · 171 views
spring cleaning swap

1.Ladies and gents, if you're comfortable receiving clothing, what size(s)?  Any particular types of clothing (skirts, oversized t-shirts for crafting, work clothing)?  How do you feel about shoes that were bought, worn once, and never brought out of the closet again? Ditto this for anyone else in your household who might appreciate wearables....

BPAL: Hairy Toad Lily

Posted by RedRoseMaze in RedRoseMaze's Blog, 05 March 2015 · 135 views
Bpal: Rappaccinis Garden

Hairy Toad Lily
Category: Rappaccini's Garden
Quantity: sample

Spotty, hairy, purple, sweet!


In the bottle: At first, it's as sweet as candy, yet a bit lemony in the background.
Wet: Still sweet and cute, but definitively more floral and herbal.
Dry: It turned so subtle that I can't review it. I'm left wit...

Scents I've tried and liked! / the great 2015 retesting

Posted by Allumina in Allumina's Blog, 28 February 2015 · 184 views

A Countenance Foreboding Evil - Patchouli, ylang ylang, blood orange, and vetiver.
woody patch backed by veviter, overlaid with orange, and then a bit of ylang ylang in drydown. Warm, comforting, cheery. Very similar to Ira BO. I
Adam- black leather, pale sandalwood, ambergris accord, and the memory of a long-lost Victorian f ougère. The scent of...

Currently Have It Listings

Posted by Mergekat in Currently Have It Listings, 08 February 2015 · 469 views
List, listing, currently have and 3 more...

I like resinous and heavier smellies that have great throw and longevity. Notes like aloe, cedar, coffee, dragon's blood, honey, juniper, lavender, light leathers, lilac, musks (red and black), orchids, oakmoss, parchments, sandalwood, violet, and vetiver preferred. NO aquatics, jasmine, or orange blossom oils needed. Many of the imps I'll consider as tra...

[masterlist] Wishlist

Posted by alyelle in [reviews], 29 January 2015 · 149 views

LATEST UPDATE: April 29, 2015. Listed alphabetically and, where possible, by sub-category. Use ctrl+ F to find a specific scent. [**] indicates a priority wish.
As a general guide, I almost always love blends incorporating apple, vanilla, fig, amber, lavender, violet, tea, moss, or wood notes. I typically avoid blends with musk, rose, wine/alcohol,...

BPAL Wishlist as of 7/26/15

Posted by strangemodegirl in strangemodegirl's Blog, 13 January 2015 · 358 views

All bottles, unless otherwise noted.
The Smiling Spider
Bat Woman
The Escstasy of Passion

The Rapture and Roses of Vice (Our Lady of Pain)
Glowing Vulva
Ysabel   (Warrior Queens: BPTP)
Boadicca  (Warrior Queens: BPTP)
Milk Moon 2005
Kindly M...

Books: Take 2

Posted by voodoocatwoman in voodoocatwoman's Blog, 02 January 2015 · 140 views

Didn't list my books last year like I wanted,   This is a new year so we'll give it a new try.
Goal: 50
1.  The Accident by Linwood Barclay (mystery group Dec '14, audio)
2.  As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride by Cary Elwes (audio)
3.  Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy by John LeCarre (...

please help save Victor the cat

Posted by thekittenkat in thekittenkat's Blog, 22 December 2014 · 117 views
cats, charity

Here's a post abt a beautiful rescue cat named Victor who has a blocked urethra and his owner has no money to pay for it:


The Go Fund Me is here:


Please help if you can, and please boost the signal.

I once had a cat who ha...

First Impressions

Posted by soilentgringa in Ambrosial Aura, 30 November 2014 · 194 views
personal, life, loup garou, envy and 3 more...

So the other day I blogged about wearing Loup Garou on Thanksgiving.  I had to work a 16 hour shift that evening and when I got home I STILL smelled just as strongly of the fragrance as I did during the day.  Maybe it wasn't strong to other people around me.  One coworker told me I smelled like laundry... The bra that I had the piece of cot...

UK Customs guide - how it works and what to put on forms

Posted by flyby in flyby's Blog, 21 November 2014 · 208 views

This is a small guide for people from outside the EU on how to complete customs forms for packages to the UK, and how to avoid landing your recipient with an excessive customs fee. Not applicable to packages sent from within the EU as there are no forms or fees (lucky you).
How UK customs works
Every package that comes in is scanned at the...

Blind Date with a Book Swap

Posted by yewberry in yewberry's Blog, 17 November 2014 · 133 views

How would you feel about getting a gift certificate to a local store? Any favorites?  I don't shop much. I love thrift stores and my local co-op. Do garage sales count? I go to my local homebrew supply store quite a bit (they sell cheesemaking supplies now, and I'd love to get into that more). Oh, and Otion (Bramble Berry’s retail store). I...

List of Scents and Brief Reviews for Comparison Purposes

Posted by Kanashisa in Reviews, 15 October 2014 · 193 views

I prefer feminine, sweet, fresh scents. Especially fruits (though less so citrus, iffy about lemon), candy, and light florals. I do not like buttery foodie scents. I amp bitterness, smokiness, and musk so those don't work. 
Last updated...


Posted by alianthe in Alianthe on BPAL, 15 October 2014 · 159 views

This is a place for me to track my reviews, so I have some way of figuring out what's working and what's not working. It is an ongoing project.

* = headache inducers. + = before cutting out sugar

ECWC Reviews  (barebones)
| Jan09:  Giant Vulva, Man With Phallus Head, Khrysse, Miss Lupescu, Electricity is Life (prototype) + |


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