DIY Halloween Soap Dispensers

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Looking for a fun Halloween craft?  Make these fun Halloween Soap Dispensers in less than 15 minutes.  

DIY Halloween Soap Dispensers

It’s that time again!  It’s time for another round of Craft Lightning and the theme is Halloween.  I’ll be honest – I’m not really ready for Halloween.  Maybe that’s because it’s still 95 degrees here.  But, I’m slowly coming to terms with the fact that summer is officially coming to an end and Halloween will be here before we know it.

I really do love decorating for Halloween so I started thinking of fun Halloween crafts that Connor and I could start doing.  I decided that we needed some cute Halloween hand soaps for our kitchen and bathrooms.  These were super easy to make and I love how cute they turned out.

DIY Halloween Soap Dispensers

First, we made this adorable ghost soap dispenser.  All you need is a bottle of white hand soap and black vinyl.  Remove the label on the soap bottle using Goo Gone.  Then, cut out three ovals from your black vinyl and apply it to the front of the bottle.  That’s it.  So easy.  You could also use black duct tape.

DIY Halloween Soap Dispensers

Next we made the Jack-O-Lantern Hand Soap.  For this one, you’ll need orange soap and your black vinyl.  Cut out a jack-o-lantern face and apply it to the soap.  You might need the Goo Gone again to remove the label.  I think this just depends on the brand of soap you buy.  Some labels stick more than others.

DIY Halloween Soap Dispensers

Finally, we have the glittery spider hand soap.  I found the glitter pumpkin soap at Michael’s.  Then I just used my handy dandy glue gun to glue spiders randomly on the bottle.  The spiders are the plastic spider rings and I just cut the ring part off.

Three Halloween Soap Dispensers that can easily be made in less than 15 minutes.  You just can’t beat a quick craft project.

Okay, now I’m starting to get in the Halloween spirit!  Is it too early to to decorate my entire house for Halloween?

Looking for more easy and quick Halloween projects?  Check out all the fun Halloween crafts shared this week for Craft Lightning’s Halloween Edition.

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