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Mason Jar Laundry Soap Containers With DIY Chalkboard Tags

My laundry room tends to be a bit messy and it is officially on my list to organize and beautify this year! I had an idea one night as I was falling asleep that I couldn't wait to implement! I knew it would be the perfect solution to getting rid of my big ugly laundry detergent containers and that I'd be one step closer to creating a pretty space to do laundry in!
Difficulty: Easy
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The trick is all in the containers! Instead of the ugly blue and orange laundry detergent containers, pour your detergent into beautiful containers to use! I chose these pretty glass mason jar style drink dispensers to pour my soap in.
Then I simply took cute wooden shapes, painted them with chalkboard paint, drilled a hole and created cute chalkboard tags for my detergents!
Because all of my soaps were blue, I decided to definitely needed to label what was in each container!

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  • Marilyn Lamar
    Marilyn Lamar Minneapolis, MN

    Not sure I would want glass containers in my laundry area. They'd be great in plastic tho.

  • Kim Enwright
    Kim Enwright Jesup, GA

    How did you put the spigots on the jars or did they come with them?

  • Nora Q
    Nora Q Milbridge, ME

    OMG I love it. I saw a set of beverage dispensers for cheap and had no idea how to use them so I did not buy them now I can look again!

  • Laundry Queen
    Laundry Queen Raleigh, NC

    We love this idea for the laundry room! Thanks for sharing! Laundry
    chores, made easy!

  • Connie Nikiforoff Designs

    I've done this type of organizational/beautifying too! Mine was a little different. I went to one of the local bars and asked them to save empty Patron (tequila) bottles for me. They're all one of a kind because they have little bubbles in the soft,

  • Lov'n
    Lov'n Phoenix, AZ

    I have tons of left over black chalk paint from my last project. I can now use it on the jars.

  • Marilyn C
    Marilyn C Oakland, TN

    You can buy these drink dispensers at Walmart in their kitchen and home goods area. The ones in Walmart are about 9.99 each and about 12 inches . Its a cute idea, but I don't think its very practical.

  • Kelly S
    Kelly S Bremerton, WA

    I did something similar with glass jars that have flip lids and gaskets as well as the regular lids with the plastic gaskets. I think the spigot would make it even easier but the clogging might be a factor. Depends on the inside diameter of the

  • Kb
    Kb Flagstaff, AZ

    Does it get clogged at all?

  • Shelly
    Shelly Lodi, CA

    Can you drill and attach your own spickets to any kind of container ? I would love to do this and I know my husband can but he is so busy I would love to do it myself and then show him what I did :D

    • SimplyDesigning
      SimplyDesigning Indianapolis, IN

      @Shelly I don't see why not! Just be sure to use a drill bit intended for drilling glass and make sure you pour water on it while you are doing it to avoid cracked glass :)