Pretty Soap Dispenser Labels with the Cricut

I was itching to make another project on my Cricut but was stumped! One day, I was making labels with my label maker for my storage room on IG Stories and my sis in law suggested I use my Cricut.


It would look so pretty. But I was a little nervous as I’m still not ‘fluent’ with Design Space. To be totally honest, I have been putting off projects because it seems difficult to use. But I told myself the more I play around with it, the more comfortable I’d be. So I decided to get started!

I’ve been meaning to make labels for my kitchen soap dispensers (dish soap and hand soap) for a long time (guests always ask which one is which!). This is what it used to look like:

soap dispenser before


And now:


diy soap labels cricut


The project is simple and great for beginners. If you made the ornaments I shared here, you’ll have no problems with this project.


Materials are also available on my Amazon Store:


I recommend giving the video a watch if you are new to this as it is more informative and visual.


1/ Find a font you like. I have a Pinterest board with fonts. This is the font I used.

2/ Upload to Design Space and spell out for the labels.

3/ Arrange on mat on the computer.

4/ Attach vinyl to mat and load into Cricut.

5/ Click MAKE IT on Design Space and follow the prompts to start cutting.

6/ Weed out the negative space.

7/ Attach transfer tape to vinyl. Peel off with the vinyl.

8/ Line up and centre onto soap dispenser. Peel back transfer tape.

Watch the video for more tips!


5 thoughts on “Pretty Soap Dispenser Labels with the Cricut

  1. Thank you so much for sharing exactly how you did this. I am new to this and to have someone show exactly how to do it and share the font is VERY much appreciated.

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    1. Hi Barb! Welcome to the cricut community! I’m so glad you found it helpful. I know I was quite lost when I first started so I’m happy this post helped. Have fun! And thank you for leaving a comment. 🙂


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