Happy hump day!
Today's post is a DIY mason jar soap dispenser. I originally saw a soap dispenser similar to this at the Brooklyn Flea Market during one of our trips to NYC. I really wanted it but didn't have luggage room so I decided I'd just make it myself. I've been meaning to post this DIY for awhile now (for so long that I've already refilled the jar with another batch of soap). I used Ball's 100th anniversary heritage collection vintage blue mason jars and white liquid soap for a nice contrast. This DIY requires very few supplies, but I did have to grab someone to help me with the drill! I'm not the handy-lady, do-it-all-myself type girl & I'm perfectly okay with that.
1. Gather supplies / Soap dispenser pump + Mason jar + Drill + Liquid soap (not pictured)
2. Remove mason jar lid
3. Mark the middle of the lid, this will help guide you when you start drilling
4. Begin drilling! We drilled on top of a box so we wouldn't damage the surface we were working on
5. Your lid should look similar to this once you begin drilling
6. Done drilling! It's not a perfect circle, but it'll be covered by the soap dispenser pump
7. Place your lid back on the mason jar / Top it off with the soap dispenser pump (you can use super glue to keep the pump in place)
8. Fill mason jar with liquid soap & you're ready to start using it. Enjoy!
xo / Sunchild