I have been working on a new item this fall… foam soap dispensers. I’ve been using (plastic… eek!) foam soap dispensers for a while at home. Guiltily, I admit. They sit next to my regular handmade pumps. I have been looking for the foam pumps for a while so I can make my own and just recycle the plastic pumps! Finally I found them! Foam soap dispensers are so great for kids. It’s super easy for little ones to get the soap all over when hand washing with foam. That’s why I started using them at home. But I love them for myself too!
You can purchase foam soap refills in many stores and online. And you can also make your own! Here is a list of places to purchase foam soap refills:
- Method foam soap refills form Target (in stores) and Amazon
- Dial foam soap on Amazon
- Kiss my Face foaming soap on Amazon
- Vermont Organics Unscented foaming soap on Amazon also available in a gallon refill here.
A Google search will help you find many more options. Below the next image are some links to recipes to make your own foaming soap.
Here’s a link to make your own foaming soap by watering down regular liquid soap. And here is one to make your own by using castille soap like Dr. Bronner’s. You can find tons of variations on these recipes through a Google search.
This one is using one of my new glazes:
Here is the pump in action! A special thanks to my favorite hand model :)
A quick reminder that Saturday, November 30 starts Etsy Holiday Sale. 20% off your whole purchase (except custom orders), plus $5 shipping in the US. Enter coupon code: JINGLE at checkout to get the discount. If you’re in Minneapolis/ St. Paul, I’ll be having a Holiday Studio Sale next week, December 5, 7-8, 2013. More to come on that!