March 24, 2010

Vintage Soap Box DIY


I wanted a vintage laundry soap container for my laundry room makeover, I decided to make one out of an empty cereal box, here's how I did it.

Cardboard box, such as a cereal or cracker box
Mod Podge
Sponge Brush
Print outs of vintage soap boxes, found online (search in google images for vintage soap)

Step 1
 Glue the box top flaps down using either Mod Podge or hot glue. Working one side at a time cover with glue, add paper making sure to remove wrinkles and press excess paper around corners. Let Dry

Step 2

17 comments:

  1. That is so neat! A few years ago I was in a radio show that had the old commercials intact. I was in the commercial for Lux Flakes, and a friend of mine actually found online and bought a real vintage unopened box of them for me. I still have it on my bookshelves. I love things like this, and it's a great less expensive way to have the same look!

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  2. Google "vintage soap". How simple. By golly, you are a GENIUS! (and I thought I had Google'd everything and never thought of this - THANK YOU!!!!)

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  3. cute. I actually really really like this... thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. Love this! I just put this up on the Mod Podge Rocks! Facebook group as a link!

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  5. OMGoodness, this is such a cool idea. Love it!
    Peace & Love,
    ~Barb~

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  6. cool! i got a fun vintage image of a cow from a baking powder box, same idea. never thought of making a box out of it :)

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  7. You are VERY clever. Love the idea. LOVE it.

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  8. So this is how to stock your kitchen with vintage products - what a great idea! I love the old brands with their sometimes questionable slogans =)

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  9. Great idea! It looks very cool!! : )

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  10. This is so neat.

    Great idea.

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  11. This is such a clever idea and turned out great. Thanks for linking up!

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  12. This is so wonderful!! You gotta love ModPodge eh!! lol. I've just discovered its wonders a couple months ago and I must say, I don't know how I crafted without it!! lol
    ...I'm a new follower
    ...check out my blog sometime when you have a minute to spare
    http://theconcreteprincess.blogspot.com

    =) monica

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  13. Oh, what a great idea! I have tons of cereal boxes now, so I think this is a project that will be added to my ever-growing list!
    (BTW, found you through The Shabby Nest!)

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  14. SO CUTE!! what a great idea- I just adore your blog, i just clicked as a follower, hope to see more of your ideas-get much inspiration..
    YOur BLOG is great..
    Karryann

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  15. Now that is a cool idea! Love the vintage idea!

    Thanks for linking up to Make it Yours Day at My Backyard Eden!

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  16. Now that's a clever idea!! I'm always looking for vintage boxes and signs! This is fantastic!

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  17. What a great idea! This is a fantastic way to get those oh so expensive boxes, cute and on the cheap! Thanks for sharing at Spring has Sprung at Fun to Craft.

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