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Winter Wonderland Soap Dispenser Tutorial

Winter Wonderland Soap Dispenser Tutorial

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Winter Wonderland DIY Soap Dispenser

A quick toddler craft!

This is a fun little craft that the kids can help make and it brings so much cheer– think gift for Grandma!  

soap dispenser

The BEST part is this little cutie took about 5 minutes and cost less than $2!  Yep, we made one for the kitchen and each bathroom. Smile

Ready for this super simple tutorial?


holiday soap

Yep, that’s the secret…. a bottle of Softsoap (those have the prettiest pumps) and a sheet of Christmas stickers!  Now, the key is that you need the plastic clear backed stickers not the paper ones.

Then just peel off the soap label… you will need some Goo-Gone to get all the label stickiness off.  Make sure you wash the bottle after using the Goo-Gone or else your stickers won’t stick.

soap side

 Then let the kids go to town placing the stickers all over the bottle!  The nice thing about clear stickers is that it doesn’t matter if you place them on the front or back– the design shows through both sides of the soap bottle!  We even put a couple of stickers inside the soap to give a 3-dimensional effect…just don’t put too many because they do sink!

I bought several this year for Little Man to make for his grandparents, Aunts, and Uncles….it’s the perfect little gift that everyone will LOVE having on display in the kitchen or bathroom!

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Tuesday 22nd of January 2013

How fun & simple!!

Heidi Gonzales

Sunday 20th of January 2013

Wow Melissa, this is a GREAT little gift idea. I am so glad you shared it. Thank you.

Linda @ Grandmalay's Daydreams

Friday 18th of January 2013

So cute! I'm making some for Valentines Day! Gotta get to Hobby Lobby for some pretty decals! Thank you for the inspiration!

Rachel Valentine

Thursday 17th of January 2013

Cute soap!


Thursday 17th of January 2013

Very cute Melissa! LOve the stickers you chose! Thanks for linking up to the Creative Inspirations linky party at Embracing Change!


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