Day 5 - Christmas Soap Dispensers

Friday, November 18, 2011

Christmas Soap Dispenser
Created by OMC Designer Whitney


Supplies Used:

Clear Plastic Paper or Packaging

Holiday Stamp
(specifically: Stampendous : Cling : World Christmas, Saint Nick and Snowbody Frame)
Ranger Ink : Archival Ink Pads

Clear Soap Dispenser (such as Pureworks : Antibacterial Foam 7 oz. , or Pureworks : Antibacterial Foam 2.5 oz.)
Un-Du : Sticker, Tape and Label Remover 4oz.


Instructions:

1. Peel off any labels on the soap dispenser. Use Un-Du to remove any sticky residue.
2. Stamp a clear sheet of plastic with a stamp and an Archival Ink Pad. Archival Ink Pad are unique from many ink pads because they are alcohol based, which makes them waterproof. This is why they will not rub off plastic or other gloss papers.

3. Let dry for 30 minutes.

4. Remove soap dispenser lid, roll plastic and fit it through the top of the Soap Dispenser. It will naturally unroll and form to the inside of the soap dispenser. Put soap lid back on.
5. Tie ribbon around dispenser.



CLICK HERE to see all the products used in this project,!






Happy crafting!


9 comments:

MaryJo said...

that is interesting about the ink! love this idea.....

digiscrappy said...

Oh. So. Adorable!!!

Kathy said...

I really like this gift idea!!

rebekahdawn said...

Wow! I would have never thought of this. So cute!

Tenille said...

What a great gift idea for the holidays. I love it. Thanks for sharing. I would love it if you could link this up to our linky party going on right now.

http://junkintheirtrunk.blogspot.com/2011/11/link-it-up-wednesday-3.html

Jean said...

Now this is a very cool idea!!

Ina said...

Love this idea. Super fabulous.

Joan V said...

I just love this idea.

Sonja Rohde-Rosvall said...

These are really lovely but I have a question and it might be a silly one at that but the plastic insert with the image printed onto it, will it start to curl once the liquid levels have started to drop?

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