DIY Halloween Soap DispensersSunday, September 11, 2016
This fun project is easy enough for the kids to make! Whether or not the kids use this soap in their own bathroom or make it to give away to teachers, it's a lot of fun and takes minutes to make!
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Gather these simple supplies to make your own spooky soap dispensers!
Clear Soap Dispenser (I used the TACKAN from IKEA)
Liquid Soap (If using it for the kitchen this Apple Dawn Dish Soap is the perfect green)
Clear Halloween Stickers (like these from Recollections)
Halloween Skeleton Hands (similar to these)
1. Carefully and slowly bend the hand to fit inside the dispenser. If you go slowly, you won't break it and it will slide right in.
2. Pour liquid soap inside the dispenser.
3. Add your clear sticker to the front.
It is as easy as that! If you are gifting your soap, add some ribbon and a tag to dress it up.
Use this opportunity to talk to your kids about household safety! We talk about soaps and detergents being poison items in the home. After the holiday, use the Mr. Yuk stickers to add to the jars instead! You can find more information about Mr. Yuk from the poison control center right here.