|Plain Soap All Wrapped Up|
When you are just starting out a business or if you do your crafts for a hobby, you might not have a lot of spare cash to invest in product packaging. Luckily, soap can be wrapped very inexpensively. There is one "secret" ingredient to a good looking finished product that you should splurge on. Everything else costs literally pennies, but it is imperative to use a quick drying, high quality glue. Generic school glue sticks won't cut it. They dry wrinkly and you need to use a lot more product.
Here's what you all need:
Paper of any kind cut into 2 inch strips that are 12 inches long
Labels- mine are printed on vistaprint business cards, which can be purchased 500 for 10 dollars, I print 2 labels on a card and cut it in half for 1000 labels, the labels do not have to be self adhesive, you can glue them on
High Quality Glue or Tape Gun
Washi Tape, twine, ribbon
1) Get your label and paper strips cut
2) Wrap soap in tightly in the strip of paper
3) Glue your paper band tightly
4) Set aside for 5 minutes to dry
5) Glue on label
6) Finish with ribbon, twine, washi tape or other embellishment.
|Soap Label on a Business Card|
|Strips Of Paper From a Brown Bag|
|Soap Wrapped and Glued With Quick Dry Glue|