I save way too many glass bottles and jars. We’re talking wine bottles, liquor bottles, spaghetti sauce jars, salsa jars, you name it.
You just never know when you might need one for a DIY project!
I don’t like Jack Daniels in the least (my uncle drinks it, so we try to keep some in the house), but I’ve always liked the shape of the bottle. The square shape is just so different than the typical liquor bottle.
I love my Mason jar soap dispensers and one day it hit me: why not turn a liquor bottle into a soap dispenser? It’s such a fun idea, in the right setting of course – in the basement if you have a bar down there, for your favorite (21 and over) college student, things like that.
For now, I took a few pictures of my new soap dispensers in the bathroom.
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These were so easy it doesn’t even really involve a tutorial. I took a soap dispenser pump and screwed it on top of a Jack Daniels bottle, a Canadian Club bottle and a Miller High Life bottle.
I do love Miller Lite, but who wants to use soap out of a brown bottle?
You have to use a bottle with a screw top rather than just a cork/pop top so that the soap dispenser can screw in and stay put.
Aren’t they fun?!
I’m also not a fan of Canadian Club either, but it’s my Grandmom’s favorite so we always have that in the house, too.
I left the labels on the Jack Daniels and Canadian Club bottles because I liked the look, but I took the label off the High Life bottle. I think it looked better as a plain glass bottle.
Have you reused beer or liquor bottles for a fun project? Let’s hear it!
I’m off to Haven this weekend, an annual conference for design and DIY bloggers. I’m excited to hang with some of my blogging friends in person! Follow me on Instagram to follow along with the weekend fun.
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