• Dani Dudek

    mason jar soap dispenser - and here it is with a Ball jar ;)

  • Camp Kawartha

    Mason Jar Crafts - Making a Mason Jar Soap Dispenser – DIY Tutorial | #crafts #masonjars via Put it in a Jar (putitinajar.com)

  • Jaimie Shaffer

    Old canning jar soap dispenser

  • Elizabeth Atkinson

    Mason Jar Soap Dispenser Repurpose the classic Mason jar as a soap or lotion dispenser in your bathroom. 1. First, measure and mark the center of the jar's lid. 2. Using a 1/2" high-speed steel drill bit (about $10; local hardware store), drill a hole to fit the width of a soap dispenser pump. We used pumps from old lotion bottles. 3. Fill the jar with liquid soap, screw the lid back on, and insert the pump. You may need to trim the bottom of the pump to fit your jar. Read more: Upcycled Crafts and Projects - Easy Upcycling Craft Ideas - Country Living

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