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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Decorating our Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap Dispenser #LysolHandSoapContest

Calling all Young Budding Artists!

 
Get on your thinking caps - it's time to design and decorate your Lysol No-Touch Soap Dispenser.  Not only will you have a great time with your little artist, it will help with those hand washing struggles and there are even prizes to be won.    Upload pictures showing us how you and your little one decorated your Lysol No Touch Soap Dispenser to win daily prizes, including 21 Mini Tablets!

All the fun begins March 19th.

There is a money saving coupon, so if you don't already have a soap dispenser you can even get one at a good discount.  Find all the details and where to upload your photos by visiting Lysol Canada on facebook.

Jillian Decorated a Lysol No Touch Soap Dispenser

Jillian is ready to get started
When I presented the idea of decorating our Lysol soap dispenser, Jillian was fired up.  Surprisingly, so was my son!  He wants to do his own dispenser when he gets home from visiting his grandparents over March break.  I'll grab one of those coupons and get a second dispenser for him to decorate with his own unique abilities and personality. 

Jillian and I made a stop at our local crafting store to pick up a couple of items we didn't have in our craft stash.  She knew she wanted to decorate her dispenser for Spring or Easter, so we went with that theme in mind.

Jillian decided to go with a spring theme, as she found these great sticky-backed felt pieces.   They are nice and bright and very cute.

We began by tearing up small pieces of pink construction paper to use as the base of her decorated dispenser.   She then applied the paper all over the dispenser using decoupage method. 

Complete concentration
I was so happy with how easy it was for her to cover the whole dispenser using mod podge.  The paper stuck beautifully and under supervision she easily did the job by herself.   Be sure to not cover the dispensers sensor so its still functional and usable in the washroom (this is also key in the contest).

When she was finished covering the dispenser with construction paper, we had a little snack while the glue dried.

She then went to town sticking her felt stickers all over her dispenser.    Jillian had a great time decorating the entire dispenser, front and back and making it all her own.

Jillian did a fantastic job!
Jillian's decorated Lysol No-Touch  Hand Soap Dispenser looks fantastic in our washroom.  She did a great job making it beautiful and it certainly reflects her spring-time theme.   Every time I walk into the washroom it makes me smile.  Jillian is so  proud of her creation,  I can see that hand-washing isn't going to be an issue any longer for my little girl.

This was a great project, we had a lot of fun and our finished product is pretty awesome.

Now, it's your turn!

Get those creative juices flowing and decorate your own Lysol No-Touch  Hand Soap Dispenser.  Head over to the facebook page to read the complete rules and regulations to get started.

I can't wait to see all the creative, and cute designs popping up in washrooms all across Canada. 














Disclosure – I am participating in the Kid Who Touches Everything blog tour by Mom Central Canada on behalf of Lysol. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.


12 comments:

Misfit Momma said...

I should let my girls do this to my Lysol no touch, but when I put it down where they can reach it (instead of just for me!) they thought it was funny to let all the soap squirt out just by moving their hands under it :)

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Ok, what????? That came out sooooooo cute!!!!!

Everything Mom and Baby said...

What a great idea for crafting. Very sweet. :)

Kathryn Lavallee said...

Oh my gosh, what a fantastic job! My boys tend to make more mess than anything when decorating but we have lots of craft foam; I'll have to try to think of a way to use that! :)

NPC said...

Awww, she made such a super cute design! When do we see this in stores? :) Great job and so cool to do with the kids. Makes them excited to wash their hands and that's always good.

Dianne said...

She did a great job on this. Really cute and it looks like she is so proud of it. :-)

Monica said...

She did a wonderful job, it looks so nice! What a great idea too, kids will be more apt to use something they helped decorate!

Paula Schuck said...

I love her spring theme! So pretty! And i may be taking a leap here but is that her favourite colour? One of my gals loves the pink shade of everything.

Melinda said...

I hope the decoration lasts through many many washes :)

Shari G said...

Oh man! We need this :P Our soup dispensers are always nasty from our boys touching them.

Sydney Bows said...

Nice, very cute dispenser!

Areta said...

This is such a fun product that can help kids learn about hand hygiene by decorating the dispenser!