Personalized Hand Sanitzer or Soap Dispensers




Talk about a cheap and easy homemade gift! With Valentines coming up, and it still being "flu" season here in Virginia, a cute teacher gift is still appreciated. You could easily adapt this to a teacher gift!

Personalized Soap or hand sanitizer Dispensers are a cute, fun, easy and inexpensive gift to give away to teachers, neighbors, family members or anyone! These cost less than $2.00 a gift!

The photo above is not the ones I made, but pretty close.

I am updating this blog entry from my original post over at Tip Garden. . I have found a link to a website with much better directions and a downloadable template for a cute label as well! Check it out here:

click her to see the original posting and download the template for the labels:


  • Basically, you will buy a bottle of hand sanitzer or clear soap from the dollar store. 
  • Using goo gone or goof off remove the outside label. 
  • Click on the label template on the link above and personalize the labels, or create your own. 
  • Print a copy and take it to the copy store to have printed on LASER JET printer on clear transparency paper.  
  • Cut out the labels.  
  • Remove the screw on pump. 
  • Roll up the label with top of label up, push into the bottle, through the soap/sanitizer.  
  • Use a skinny pencil if needed to guide the label to the front of the bottle.  
  • Screw the top back on and tie bottle with cute ribbon .




1 comment:

  1. What a super fun gift idea! I can see it as part of a great teacher's appreciation gift!

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