Tuesday, 25 September 2012

DIY Soap Dispenser

Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

This week I decided to create a cute Mason jar soap dispenser; the most difficult part about creating the dispenser was finding the jar! I wanted to create a soap dispenser because we were really needed one for the kitchen sink and I thought it would be a much cheaper and cuter way to decorate the house, plus I love being able to reuse sweet things! These dispensers look great anywhere, also they can be made out of vodka mickey bottles for men’s bathrooms, garages, bars, and man caves!

Soap Dispenser Tutorial

Step 1: You need a Mason jar or any type of jar, a jar lid, soap pump from an old dispenser, scissors, a hot glue gun, and soap. First place the jar lid on top of the jar, tighten the lid up. Carefully use the scissors to poke a whole big enough so that the soap pump will fit through tightly.

Step 2: Glue under the lid around the soap pump with the hot glue gun. This helps the pump stay in place. (The hot glue holds very well, mines still sturdy after a year.)

Step 3: After the hot glue has fully dried, add soap to the jar and tighten the lid back up, and PUMP ON!

EXTRA: I painted the lid of my Mason jar black to give it a nicer look; I did this by using spray paint. You can also use pretty paper or glitter for the lid to jazz it up. 

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