Kristie and I are off on our honeymoon! Please welcome the very talented Juliette Laura from Infinite Style, who's here to share an amazing DIY for a mason jar soap dispenser -- and instructions to make your own natural foaming soap!
Hello Homesteady Readers! I’m Juliette, a college student from Boston. Over at my blog Infinite Style you will find my personal style, DIY projects, and photography! At my Etsy Shop you will find handmade jewelry and accessories. I always love reading Hannah’s posts, and am very excited to share a DIY with you all today!
What you’ll need:
Mason Jar; I used a standard pint-sized one
Spray Paint (I chose a velvet finish Aluminum color)
Drill & Tin Snips (or other Metal Cutters)
Foaming Soap Pump (I used an old Bath and Bodyworks one)
Liquid Castile Soap
- Remove the pump off the soap bottle and set aside.
- Cut the top off of the bottle, leaving about an inch of the plastic.
- Trace the opening of the bottle on the mason jar lid with a sharpie.
- Using the drill, drill a hole in the lid. Then cut the whole circle out with the tin snips.
- Spray paint the lid. Spray paint the pump. Let dry.
- Fill the jar three quarters of the way with water.
- Fill the last quarter with the liquid castile soap. Stir to blend.
- I used peppermint-scented castile soap, but you can use whatever scent you please, or unscented and add your own essential oils. I love using citrus!
- Add a few drops of tea tree oil for disinfecting if you please.
- Poke the plastic bottle piece through the cut lid.
- Screw the pump onto the plastic bottle piece.
- Place your new foaming soap pump lid on the jar.
- Twist the lid band on to secure.
- And now you are done! Enjoy your new foaming soap!