I had a pretty glass soap dispenser in the bathroom. It was a lovely olive green with a bronzed top to complete it. Then I moved to Georgia, a slightly more humid land than that of Hawaii. It ended up getting build up of calcium and rust often- even after cleaning it daily.
The summer time here is harsh. Needless to say my lovely soap dispenser is no more the bronze top became brittle and broke- such is life... we had a lovely funeral for it though. Now I simply stick to the most inexpensive soap bottle. BUT truth be told I cannot stand the labels and how bland the soap containers look so I decided to give them a make over.
|Depending on the shape of the bottle you will need to cut it out of the paper after stenciling or using a ruler for measurments/ straightness- mine was a Soft Soap- So I did the round stencil|
|You will need a sheet of letters from scrap paper or even stickers though I suggest paper since you can slather on the glue and easily move it around when placing it just in case you don't align it properly|
|the bottle is wiped down and free of all soap residue.|
|The finished product for the guest bathroom- I am going to be changing the decor from red to something a bit more fitting for spring!|