Mason Jar Soap Dispenser



Who Doesn’t Love a Great Mason Jar?


I found these beauties at an estate sale and had to snap them up!



I love the turquoise hue to them and the metal lid on the one on the left made me so happy!

Here are the supplies you’ll need:

  • Mason jars, of course
  • Hammer and Nail
  • Needle nose pliers
  • Soap pump (I just used an old one I had).



Pound a hole into the lid with your hammer and nail.  I actually used an old jar lid for this one because I didn’t

want to ruin the metal gray one that actually came with the jar…


With your needle-nose pliers, make the hole bigger, but just big enough so your pump will fit snugly. .

Go slow and be careful because once it’s too big, you can’t go back.



All that is left now is to screw on your lid and add some soap!  This seriously took about 10 minutes to complete and I think it came out so cute


Now go share the Mason Jar Love with the World!


Going to this linky party. Check out all the goodies here!


4 thoughts on “Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

    • To keep the soap pump from coming in and out when you pump it, you have to make sure the hole you make in the lid is only big enough for the base of the pump. That’s why you have to open the hole slowly and a little at a time so it fits just right.

  1. Kath! When did you have time to make this new dispenser???
    It’s really cute! And where do you get your ideas??? Do I really know you? You
    continually surprise me!!! I love you Daughtercita!

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