Thursday, October 25, 2012

Re-packaging Guest Bath Soaps {DIY}

I seem  can not get enough with fresh lovely fragrance soaps. I always buy them from Home Goods. They are inexpensive and pretty to put in a jar to decorate  bathrooms.

We were having a couple guests staying in our condo for a few days in Florida and often I do no have bath soaps for them. If I do have; it is already used. So I came up with a solution that I re-packaging the pretty soaps myself. Since our guests often stay in our condo for about 3 or 4 days the use of a regular soap bar will be wasted. And I think the next guest will not want to use a used soap bar.

So here is the DIY of my new version of soap bar for guest bathroom.

What you need.
~ Varieties of craft papers with different motifs available at Michaels
~ Soap bars of your choice, mine from Home Goods
~ Decorative ribbon, or embroidery threat, or cords, available at Michaels
~ Invisible tape
~ Scissor
~ Martha Stewart Craft Label available at Michaels

Cut the soap in half. By cutting the soap in half; the size will be perfect to use for a few days and can be discarded after.

Wrap the half soap with craft paper, tie and label it.

Put them in a glass bowl to decorate guest bathroom. Not only it is now a perfect size but also pretty to decorate bathroom.

What kind of soap do you put in your guest bathroom ? I think a liquid soap can be handy too but I did not think about this before.

Thank you for stopping by !


  1. Your packaging is lovely. Thanks for sharing at Bacon Time.

  2. Hi Mindie,
    Thank you so much for your sweet comment.


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