Natural soap labels

Making your own soap labels 

Ideas for labelling and presenting your Natural Soap

Soap Label
There are many creative ways to wrap and label you soap.

Over the years I’ve tried many different ways to wrap and label my soap, this is the one I now use the most and I get 5 labels per page.

I print them myself, cut them and simply wrap them around the bar of soap.

These labels can be created by using Word on your computer and add as many text boxes as you need.  These boxes can be moved around to fit on the sheet so when cut your label it will wrap around the soap with the information being displayed where you would like it.  Once the label is created save it to your computer and you can reprint them as needed.

Wrap around your soapsoap label

Another nice way to present your soap is to wrap the soap with a nice cord or string and attach a tag to it with your name, the ingredients and other information you would normally put on your label.

The bars could even be wrapped in tissue paper or brown paper before putting the cord around it.

Label Sheetssoap label

Sheets of labels is another option, and these labels are available in all different shapes and sizes. Using these you can design your label however you want.

Using clip art you can add a cute picture or whatever you like.

With these labels you can place a band of printer paper or tissue paper and attach you sticky label to that.

Soap Boxes

You can get soapboxes through your soap supplier and use them, these boxes come solid or with an opening in the front.  Use the printed sticker labels and place them on these boxes.

Other Ideas for you soap

soap wrapsoap tagssoap wrap



soap label

You can be as creative as you like.  Have fun with it and try different things.

Tissue Paper

soap labelTissue paper comes in all kinds of colors and patterns.

I use tissue paper for wrapping my guest size soaps and then put a small label around them.  I also use tissue paper to wrap the men’s and ladies shaving soaps I make and then use a round label attached to the top to hold the paper on the soap and of course it contains all the information needed to be on the label.

I use tissue paper when mailing out soaps to customer, by individually wrapping each different scent before putting it in the box to ship off.

When labelling your soap make sure you adhere to the labeling regulations.  These regulation need to be adhered to whether you are giving away your soap away as a gift or selling it as an artisan or business owner.

Please read this before you start making your labels Regulations for homemade soap labels

Other things you may want to read

What is INCI

INCI Names

Labeling the eco friendly way

Organic and Natural Product Label

#handmadesoap #naturalsoap #makingsoapnaturally #soapmaking #soapmaking #soaps #artisansoap #bathandbody #cpsoap #coldprocesssoap #etsy #soapbase #soapcrafter #soapmaker #soaping #soapcrafting #soaphandmade #soap #giftidea #christmas #barsoap #handmadesoap #natural #organic #skincare #coldprocess #soapsupplies #soaplabels #labelyoursoap #howtolabelsoap

© 2018 – 2020, Tes. All rights reserved.

This entry was posted in Making Soaps. Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Natural soap labels

  1. Tina says:

    These are beautiful examples! I haven’t made soap yet per se but I do make lotion bars and usually I wrap them in parchment paper with linen cordage and a special touch of clay leaves I make myself.

    I especially like the first one, it’s very vintage, and the tissue paper makes a great and cheaper alternative to parchment paper.

    Thanks for the ideas!

    • Teresa says:

      I like the added touch to clay leaves to your lotion bars. It’s nice when we can add that little touch, I think people appreciate that. Tissue paper does work very well and I love the fact that it comes in all kinds of colors and patterns. Thanks for stopping by the website.

  2. Kent says:

    I wish I had found soap making sooner. This make a nice holiday gift for people. This is something friends will love because it would be better than buying a block of soap, making it myself would add a personal touch. I might even make a bunch of soap and try to sell it on etsy or something.

  3. Lynne says:

    You got my attention with your post about shampoo bars so I thought I’d check out this one as well 🙂 I love the first idea of how to label the soap bars,; it is super creative and easy. It is printed in a neat little row, cut the strip and it wraps all the way around. The other ideas are cute as well. I like the one with twine or some sort of colorful rope (maybe even a ribbon) with a tag on it that says the ingredients, etc. Fun to read these ideas! Thanks.

    • Tes says:

      I’m always trying to come up with something different to try.  So many ways to wrap you soap for sale, or for a gift.  

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *