Sometimes a little item can do big things. That’s the case with this travel soap dish. You can buy these at dollar stores or in the travel section of your local super store. They come in all sorts of colors. You can even personalize it with permanent markers or stickers. I chose a clear soap dish so you could clearly see what I was storing inside. These are just a few ideas to get you thinking about how you could use this as an organizational tool in your life.
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Create a miniature sewing kit for use while traveling. A travel soap dish is just the right size for a few needles and small spools of treat. Great for business travel.
Stop tissues from getting beaten up in a bag by putting them in a soap dish. You can even fold tissues from a larger box.
Love tea? Keep tea bags and sugar packets with you while on the go in a travel soap dish. This is a great way to make sure you’re always prepared. This also works for small snacks for kids.
Tired of hair ties all over the place? Use a soap dish to keep them together in a bag, purse, the car or even in drawers.
Prepacked first aid kits can be expensive. Simply stock a soap dish with some band aids and antibacterial cream and you automatically have a kit that’s the perfect size to take to sports practice, the gym or keep in your desk drawer.
Did you know that small cameras fit perfectly into travel soap dishes? I didn’t either until I was using my mini camera during this photo shoot! This is a great way to give it an extra layer of protection from water and wear and tear.
Bring cards in the car by tucking them into a soap dish. They stay protected and all together. This is perfect for a road trip or family vacation with kids too!
Instead of digging for the items you need frequently in your purse keep them together in a case like this. The items I’m always going for over and over again? Chapstick and hand sanitizer!
Broken crayons no more! Tuck them into a case like this and they not only stay together but they don’t get broken (or make a mess on the inside of your bag!)