8 Printable Soap Labels
Today we have a pretty collection of Printable Soap Labels! The elegant labels in this set display charming illustrations coupled with splendid typography. The Vintage French Floral Designs are gorgeous. One of my favorites is a lovely Round French Soap label! I just love the round labels. They are so fun to use in decoupage or transfer projects! Our French Perfume and Pharmacy examples have many uses. Wouldn’t it be fun to print out and wrap some soaps for a guest bathroom with these?
Vintage French Floral Soap Labels
Here we have a beautiful French label set! Gorgeous pink roses are featured on these two graphics!! The name is “Rose d’Orient” made by J. Giraud Fils. It is a Perfume box. ‘A Grasse – Paris’ is the elite area of Paris where perfumes are made. Anyhow, they are certainly very pretty. I think the colors are especially nice! The main square shaped label has soft pink and green colors with a thin gold border. The rectangular edge piece has a nice ornamental vibe with a nice cartouche.
Pictured above is a really lovely Round French Soap label, circa 1900! On a light creamy pink background, there is a grand bouquet of colorful flowers along the bottom edge. There is an ornate open area in the center. It is called “Creme De Savon” (savon means soap in French), with flowers (aux fleurs). I can just imagine the fragrance of this soap!
This is a really lovely rectangular shaped Vintage Soap wrapper from Paris!! I just love the gorgeous lacy background on this paper and the sepia coloration. It looks like a delicate tone on tone stencil. There are pretty Lily of the Valley flowers in the center. A pink ribbon says “Savon Olgalia Au Muguet” of Paris.
This charming Label for French Jasmin Soap was sent by a very kind reader, years ago, named Genevieve who lives in the Swiss French Alps! She was so kind to share it with us. It has the loveliest White Flowers on it, so delicate looking with soft green leaves and stems.
Printable French Perfume and Pharmacy Labels
I think this one is such a beauty! This pretty ephemera piece was used for soap. It has a beautiful sepia and red color combo on it and some very fancy typography. I love the corner ornament detail. “Extrait” means extract, so it is made with some sort of extract fragrance I suppose. It reads, “A L Extrait De Son.”
This next one is for a Disinfectant type Soap from a Paris Pharmacie. I love the elongated octagonal shape of this one and the fancy monograms on either side of it. Such a charming old fashioned piece of ephemera. It is called “Savon Au Naphtol.” I think Naphtol refers somehow to the chemical composition of the soap.
Featured above we have a plain and simple rectangular Savon (Soap) Label. Just a lovely creamy colored piece with smart looking black writing on it and ornate artistry including floral, art nouveau style designs. It is called “Savon du Nord,” which means “Soap of the North.” What could the significance of that mean?