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Thread: quilter's hand lotion

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    Senior Member mommessy's Avatar
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    quilter's hand lotion

    I have made a batch of this lotion to give as gifts. I'm stumped on a name to give it on my label. I'm giving it mainly to my state trooper son-in-law who loves No Glove that I've given him in the past. He suffers from extremely dry hands in the winter months. So I need a catchy, fun mame for my lotion. Please help with suggestions! Thanks!

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    If he doesn't mind being thought of as a bear, you could use bear salve or paw salve. I couldn't find a good source of lingo for troopers. If you can find a name that they like for troopers, try playing with that. Let us know what you come up with. How did you come upon a recipe for lotion?

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    Patti,

    Great suggestion! And I found the recipe for the lotion here on the Board! Do a search and you'll find it!

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    I use "hoof and hand" lotion. I make it all the time.

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    Great one barny! I may use that!

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    Trooper Goop
    Cop Slop
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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom View Post
    Trooper Goop
    Cop Slop
    Law Slaw
    I was just typing "cop slop" and wondered if I was being offensive!
    Great minds think alike!
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    Mommy Bears Lotion
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    Law Dog Lotion.

    I'm from western Kansas so Wyatt Earp quotes come to mind. Hubby was a cop and loved the "Kansas Law Dog" quote.

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    I would think a simple name like Shield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    I would think a simple name like Shield.

    Oh, that's a good one!!!! Could relate to troopers, lawmen, or anyone else who has rough hands. I'm thinking of my sister who is a nurse and has very dry hands!!

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    Is this the recipe you are talking about Mommessy? http://www.quiltingboard.com/recipes...n-t206506.html

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