I have been wanting to try this ever since I saw it on Sharyn's blog - La Vie en Chic
I am so happy with the result.
I have been looking at the same plastic soap dispenser in my kitchen for about a year now - just filling it up with good, old, economy hand wash. It was definitely time for a revamp!
Here's the 'during' process.
I used garden twine around the dispenser - this is just the cheap stuff, but it has little bits of wood chip in it and whisps coming off, that make it look so pretty IRL. The glue is Hi Tack all purpose glue and it's stuck down really well.
I finished off with a layer of cream lace to the top and bottom
Then, it just needed a tag.
Do you like the sweet, little ticket.
I made this with my favourite, new gadget at the moment.
It's a McGills Multi Ticket punch - available at Crafty Emma's Store. You can punch 3 sizes of ticket with this punch (this is the largest one).
Everything I make is going to have a ticket on it from now on....lol**
The inside of the ticket was made up on my comp.
Craft Your Days Away - Vintage
Top Tip Tuesday - T is for? My 'T' is for TwineMy Mum's Craft Shop - Something Old, Something New. The old is the dispenser bottle and the new is my ticket punch.
Old Soap Dispenser. Twine. Lace.
Tim Holtz journaling ticket covered with Prima, Botanical paper.
Prima white bloom, punched bloom and pearl centre.
Cream bow with glittered heart.
McGills Ticket punch.