A spring giveaway

March 31, 2018 5 Comments

A spring giveaway

For a lot of us, it’s been a brutal winter. But spring is finally right around the corner. The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer; It really brightens our mood. Spring also brings to mind getting back outside and starting to work in the yard again. That, of course, makes us think about our Yard Master products.

Burly Stone Yard Master SoapThe Yard Master Soap is one of our original soaps, and always popular. The scents are a warm blend that brings the outdoors in – lavender, fresh cut grass, and even the distinct smell of tomato leaf. Then we add dried marigold (also called calendula) petals – just enough to add a little exfoliation. It truly is a warm, welcoming bar of soap that feels like spring to us.

Burly Stone Yard Master Hand BalmThe Yard Master Hand Balm is a perennial (no pun intended) favorite with our customers. The warmth of lavender, rosemary and fennel blend to create a soft, comforting scent. We’ve crafted a luxurious blend of beeswax, shea butter, sweet almond oil, sunflower oil, and grapeseed oil – it absorbs quickly and soothes and softens even the roughest hands.

To celebrate the arrival of spring (we hope!), we’re giving away a Yard Master soap/hand balm duo. Simply comment below with something you love about Spring, and on Sunday, April 8th 2018 we will pick a winner at random.

To start off, we’ll let you know something we love about spring. For us, it’s the first Forsythia blooms. Always an early bloomer here in New England, it’s always a good solid sign that warmer weather is finally here.

 

Happy spring, people!


5 Responses

Gates
Gates

May 21, 2018

I like how it’s not too hot and not too cold.

Burly Stone
Burly Stone

May 21, 2018

Congratulations Lisa – you’re the winner of our giveaway! We’ll be reaching out to you to get your mailing info shortly. Thanks to all who entered!

Jennifer
Jennifer

April 01, 2018

I love seeing everything coming alive again. Seeing the tulips and daffodils popping up and new buds on the trees.

Lisa
Lisa

April 01, 2018

I love getting my hands dirty in warm garden soil. The smell is intoxicating.

Carrie
Carrie

March 31, 2018

I love the honey bees in our back yard, the floating butterflies, and awesome temps-which don’t last long here in Texas!! It’ll be hotter than balls soon enough. 👎🏻

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