Did you ever wonder how I label my soaps? When I decided to start selling my soaps, I knew I wanted professional labels. I contacted Digho, and Diane and Maria had some great labeling ideas.
Labeling Alegna Soap
This is my best selling Peppermint Scrub soap unlabeled. It’s a great soap, invigorating for those mornings you just don’t want to get out of bed. But there’s nothing special looking about it, she looks plain. I like my soaps natural, and the awesome ladies at Digho found a way to add some color.
The first thing I do is glue a small scrap of material around the soap. I get the material from Jo Ann’s and I do enjoy my shopping trip there. So many different patterns and colors! Seriously, I can take a few hours in that store. After I purchase the material, I need to cut it into strips. I use a paper cutter. I tried cutting with scissors, but I can’t cut a straight line to save my life.
Look at those beautiful vellum labels! I absolutely love how delicate they are. The ladies at Digho out-did themselves, these allow the the color of the material show through the label. I love how professional they look. I use double sided tape to attach these.
How gorgeous are these finished soaps! Here they are in their storage box. I can fit 30 soaps in a box, and I purchased the boxes from The Container Store. I love these boxes because I can easily see through them and see how many soaps I have in storage. It makes inventory easy.
Labeling my soaps like this is very time consuming. Often, I have my mom and sisters helping me. It’s a lot of work, and I think the final look of my soaps makes it worth the trouble. What do you think?
Yours in Gratitude,