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10 Minute Liquid Soap and Mason Jar Dispenser

By: Gabby from essentiallyeclectic.com
10 Minute Liquid Soap and Mason Jar Dispenser
10 Minute Liquid Soap and Mason Jar Dispenser
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Check out this two-for-one tutorial for both homemade hand soap and a hand soap dispenser. This 10 Minute Liquid Soap and Mason Jar Dispenser covers all bases for your hand soap needs. This DIY soap recipe is so ridiculously easy that it only takes ten minutes to complete. Simply stir the ingredients together, and voila, hand soap! Even novice crafters can make their own soap. We enjoy using mason jars for everything; so, of course we fell in love with this mason jar soap dispenser, and it's surprisingly simple to build. Create your own moisturizing hand soap and add some chic to your bathroom with the mason jar dispenser by using this tutorial.

Time to complete: Under an hour

Primary Technique: Candlemaking/Soapmaking

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I like how they transformed the mason jar into a dispenser. This is very unique and clever!

This is a two-for-one project. Not only do I learn how to make soap, I also get directions on how to make a container to keep it in.

I am a firm believer in recycling and this idea certainly qualifies. I do have a tendency to buy my liquid soap in refil size jsut so that I can reuse the first bottle I purchase. Now I can use my extra mason jars and on top of that, I can now make my own soap to boot?

Making soap at home instead of buying it is such a great idea. and I love making a mason jar into a soap dispenser! Such a cute addition to the bathroom.

Love this idea! The plastic pump in the picture is kind of cheap looking, so I'd probably go with a nicer looking one instead.

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