Coffee filters make packaging round soap super simple and the outcome is very aesthetically pleasing. You can find natural Kraft-colored coffee filters or white coffee filters.
These are some soaps that Benjamin and I made to donate for a local fundraiser.
How do you package your round soap?
Amazing! thanks for sharing informational post. We provide soap boxes packaging at iCustomBoxes. You can get these packaging styles in all sizes. And get them redone however much you might want.
hi – just found this article – can you tell me what size is the coffee filter?? – i dont do many round soaps because they are so hard to package – i also dont do coffee so i will have to buy on line – this looks such an awesome and easy way to package – thanks – liz
Thanks so much. A link to where I can buy those kind of coffee filters would be awesome. Not Amazon though – they won’t ship to Australian’s any more and we don’t have that kind of coffee filter here in Australia.
Thanks so much.
This is a brilliant idea. Thanks for sharing.
Even easier – lay your filter on top of a roll of duct tape and press the soap down through the hole – it wraps the sides up for you and holds them in place while you put on your sticker.
Hi! Thank you for such great tip!
I also wanted to let you know that the link to Method Creation is broken. Is there a working link?
GREAT IDEA!!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!! “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Coco Chanel
What about oval bars? Any suggestions for that. I’ve been racking my brain trying to think of something besides a box.
Thanks! I’ve been looking for an easy way to get that ‘look’!
How cute!!! And oh so simple. Thanks for sharing.
Ingenious! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂
Great idea…Love the look!
Very nice. the lable goes so well with the filter.
I really don’t like to make and package round soaps but you’ve inspired me to make some now. You always make it look sooo easy.
What a great idea! I have been looking for packaging ideas, and this is perfect! Thanks!
I have been wanting ideas an tips on how to package my round soaps what a fantastic idea
Hi Amanda. Great tutorial! I think the coffee filter is the best packaging for round soaps. To get a more snug fit I place my coffee filter on the inside of a packing or a masking tape roll, then my soap. It frees my other hand and I get wrap more tight 🙂
I use coffee filters to package my round facial soaps. No one picks up on the fact that they are filters. Everyone is just impressed at the cool packaging. Lol
I package my shampoo and face bars this way. Great explanation, thank you.
Thanks for showing how to do this!
What a great idea. Very creative. Love it.
I love this method. Makes my round soaps look so much nicer. It even works on oval bars.
I use coffee filters now but the first round soap I ever made I packaged in a “box” made from card stock. It was labor intensive but fun to do. I don’t have a pic of the finished product but I’ll Email a PDF file to share how it’s done.
For shaving soaps, I trim the coffee filter back a bit before wrapping them. Then I drop them into a short fat bowl (white or black) I found at the Dollar Store. Cute!
FOR TRAVEL SOAP ~ 3 oz. Low Profile Plastic Jar & Top
For Rose Soaps or any round soap with a high dome I use a 3″ X 3″ X 2″ White High Gloss Tuck Top Gift Box from Paper Mart.
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So clever! I love this idea
Thank you Amanda, it is great idea, however, in Europe are mostly used other types of coffee-filter. I checked on internet and I order for my round soaps 🙂 All the best and best regards from Slovakia.
Thank you for posting your experience and great ideas. I made cocoa-coffee salt bars today 🙂 Sona