Do you enjoy crafting with your little one? Would you like a chance to win a mini tablet? Starting on March 11th, 2013, Lysol will be hosting a very exciting contest on their Facebook page. They’re asking fans to get crafty and decorate their new Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap Dispenser for a chance to win a mini tablet daily.
We received a Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap Dispenser to decorate and my 2 1/2 year old and I had some fun making it special to our tastes. I gave him some choices and asked what he wanted to decorate it with. He decided to use some sea animal stickers and colorful glitter glue and we went with an underwater theme.
My son was very excited to start this project and he got busy with the stickers right away. I explained to him that the sensor had to stay uncover, very important!
He loved using the glitter glue! I helped him squeezing it out of the bottle but he knew where he wanted the “water” and “seeweed” to go.
We continued using the glitter glue on the top and by the end he seemed very pleased with the results.
Here is a picture of the before and after:
I really love that we were able to personalize the soap dispenser and how excited my son was to help out. It was a fun project and at the end we placed the dispenser in the washroom and used it to wash our hands.
Our son is now very eager to wash his hands during the day because he gets to use the cool dispenser that requires no touching to get the soap out, plus he gets to see his creation every time he uses it. It’s a win-win situation for all!
Do you want to get creative and put your little one’s creative design skills to the test? What would YOU use to decorate your Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System? Whatever it is, be sure to take a photo and visit Lysol on Facebook HERE to enter the contest and for your chance to win a new mini tablet. Be sure to check the rules and regulations before entering.
Good luck and have fun crafting!
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.