Organized Kitchen Sink Caddy

Emily Counts
by Emily Counts
7 Materials
1 Hour
Doing the dishes is never fun, but having a cute and organized sink caddy will make things a little more enjoyable! Organize all of your go-to supplies within easy reach and make them look pretty enough to display on your kitchen counter.
Purchase two glass containers for kitchen soap and hand soap. I chose a standard soap dispenser for hand soap and a glass olive oil bottle for dish soap.
Add labels to the glass soap dispensers using vinyl lettering cut out with a Silhouette or Cricut machine. I chose a cute font and made the lettering big enough to fill the front of each bottle.

Use transfer material to transfer the vinyl lettering from its paper backing onto the glass surface.
Corral your new soap dispensers on a pretty tray. Trays are a great way to organize items and make them look prettier when they're displayed out in the open like this sink caddy is on the kitchen counter.
Add a small container to hold your sponges and drain stopper. I added the words "scrub" to the front of this container to match the glass bottles of soap.
Don't they look pretty sitting next to my kitchen sink? This DIY soap dispenser project is such a great way to make boring soap look stylish rather than keeping the soap in its original plastic bottles. I love how the small tray ties everything together and makes a super organized kitchen sink area. Doing dishes is super easy when my supplies are all within reach!

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