DIY: Mason Jar Soap Pump

Mason Jar Pump 1 copy

A mason jar soap pump has been on my to do list for quite some time. When Stephanie of Crafting in the Rain asked me to be part of her Craft Month A-Z series, the only letter unclaimed was X when I finally signed up. I hesitantly signed up and then spent the next day searching for inspiration for something crafty that started with the letter X. Then it hit me: X is for X-ACTO KNIFE and I could finally complete my jar soap pump project! I LOVE how it turned out and it makes my kitchen counter look so much prettier than before. This project is easy peasy and only takes a matter of minutes (minus the dry time for the spray paint). 

MATERIALS

X-ACTO knife

16oz mason jar

12oz Method hand soap bottle

chalkboard spray paint

chalk marker

DIRECTIONS: Using an X-ACTO knife, cut a circle out of the middle of the lid. Make sure it’s large enough for the Method soap pump to fit snuggly inside without falling through. Next, spray paint the lid and rim using chalkboard paint. Once dry, place the soap pump into the hold in the lid. Fill the mason jar with soap and close it up. Using a chalk marker, write “hand soap” on the top. That’s it! Easy and cute! 

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Check out Craft Month A-FG-MN-S and you can find T-Z crafts below:

T is for Tee Shirt  ||  Mabey She Made It
U is for is for Upcycled Basket  ||  Tried and True 
V is for Vinyl Decorated Sweatpants  ||  Play.Party.Pin
W is for Watercolor Calendar  ||  My Craftily Ever After
X is for is for X-acto Knife-cut Jar Pump  ||  See Vanessa Craft
Y is for Yarn Wrapped Eggs  ||  Cupcakes and Crowbars
Z is for Zinnia Wreath  ||  Up to Date Interiors

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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