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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
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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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Feb 26, 2014

    Great idea!

  • Jeannie
    Jeannie Columbus Grove, OH
    on Mar 2, 2014

    Love it. I have never seen a mason jar with a spigot. Would a sun tea dispenser work?

  • Monika
    Monika New Lenox, IL
    on Mar 2, 2014

    good luck cleaning those spouts though

  • Susie Bennett
    Susie Bennett Florence, SC
    on Mar 2, 2014

    we tried this and found it to be an epic fail...not sure if it was our dispenser or what...much more trouble than it was worth although it looked very pretty!

  • Vangie Alexander
    Vangie Alexander Canada
    on Mar 2, 2014

    Homefitters have a stack-able drink dispenser w an ice tray on the the bottom. A spigot in the top two. I bought the set for liquid detergent and fabric softener. The spigots are to narrow to allow the thicker liquid to go through. :(

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