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Super Simple & Cute Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

Awesome Remodels 11.03.14
Create your own soap dispenser using a mason jar and a plastic pump. Paint your mason jar and the lid for an extra special touch!

#Bestof2012 #homecrafts #masonjar

Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://designdreamsbyanne.blogspot.ca/2012/03/easy-peasy-mason-jar-project.html

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  • Anne @ DesignDreams by Anne
    I hope you share it when you make it!
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  • Penny Kunkel
    Penny Kunkel Bellevue, KY
    anyone try to paint the lids with polyurethane to prevent rusting ?
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  • Dawn Corbier
    Dawn Corbier O Fallon, IL
    I'm not finding directions. I guess Mason jars with lids and not the ring type lids? Do you drill a hole in the lid? If there are directions, where do I find them? Found the directions. :)
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  • Anne @ DesignDreams by Anne
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  • Anne @ DesignDreams by Anne
    ps I used the ring type lid
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  • PamSpradlin
    PamSpradlin Foster, KY
    Where did you find the plastic pump?
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  • Anne @ DesignDreams by Anne
    PamSpradlin You can get them at Michaels
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  • PamSpradlin
    PamSpradlin Foster, KY
    Thanks!
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  • Dawn Corbier
    Dawn Corbier O Fallon, IL
    Thank you Anne.
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  • Rag Top Daze
    Rag Top Daze Moultonborough, NH
    I'm thinking about the hard plastic lids they have for these jars...sometimes you can fit a peanut butter or mayo jar lid to them. I am going to practice drilling a hole in one of them. Probably start with a tiny drill, then get a little bigger in an
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  • Starpup
    Starpup Cleveland, GA
    Love this idea!
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  • Terra Gazelle
    Terra Gazelle Springfield, LA
    I did not read all the posts so this may be redundant.. to keep it from rusting how about Rustoleum spray paint?
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  • Jennifer Page
    Jennifer Page Sayre, PA
    I would use Rustoleum to spraypaint the lids. Isn't that made for metal so the metal won't rust????
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