DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

 

 

Create a super fun and creative soap or lotion dispenser that gives a spin on washing or hydrating your hands with a festive and decorative dispenser. I love Softsoap soaps but I wanted to give my bathroom a different look by adding this small change. This is a small DIY project that is very easy to make. I absolutely love the results of making my own dispenser and you can also add more embellishments to the jar too. Great for gifts and for yourself! Check out the photos below to see how I achieved this super cute and cool Ball Mason Jar dispenser! Plus you can also create different colors of jars to fit every season throughout the year or a jar that matches your kitchen or bathroom décor!

We are using soft soap and a mason jar with painted glass and a soap dispenser.

We are using soft soap and a mason jar with painted glass and a soap dispenser.

These are the materials needed for this project

These are the materials needed for this project

We need to paint the glass jar first with our desired paint color

We need to paint the glass jar first with our desired paint color

This involved us pouring our desired paint color over the glass mason jar

This involved us pouring our desired paint color over the glass mason jar. We used the Martha Stewart Crafts: Glass Paint: Liquid Fill Transparent in Lipstick Pink.

We then need to allow the glass mason jar to dry and cure.

We then need to allow the glass mason jar to dry and cure.

Once we have reduced the amount of air bubbles and steps, we are ready to use the soft soap jar

Once we have reduced the amount of air bubbles and steps, we are ready to use the soft soap jar

We would then place the mason jar in the oven to bake.

We would then place the mason jar in the oven to bake. Start the oven and set temperature for 350 degrees. Place the baking sheet and jar in the oven as soon as you start the oven. Once the temperature has been reached, start a timer to bake for 30 minutes. Allow an additional 10 minutes for the jar to cook in the oven once the 30 minutes are up. Do not open the oven door.

Let the mason jar cool down once been in the oven

Once the 40 minutes are up, let the mason jar cool down outside the oven. Turn off the oven. Once it’s cooled down completely, wash with a soft sponge and soap.

 

We then add the glue to the lid in order to secure to the top lid

We then add the glue to the lid in order to secure to the top lid

Then we need to secure the pump down to the jar lid

Then we need to secure the pump down to the jar lid

Once the pump top is secure, we need to fill the mason jar with soap

Once the pump top is secure, we need to fill the mason jar with soap

 

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