Is the soap you keep at your sink an afterthought? Last month, I realized I’d spent all this time updating my kitchen, with cute DIY decor and freshly painted cabinets, only to notice that my soap dispenser was still the ugly bottle the soap came in at the store. It looked completely out of place and made me feel a little embarrassed to see when compared to my other lovely kitchen decor. I went on the hunt to make some DIY soap dispensers for both my kitchen and my bathrooms. I was thrilled to find some amazingly cute and creative ideas, so I wanted to share the best ones with you. If you need an easy DIY gift for Christmas, these clever DIYs will fit the bill nicely. Make a few for yourself and a few to give. Happy crafting!
Are you fond of sticking stickers on anything? If your answer is yes, then this is the perfect craft for you. Look at how chic these babies turned out! The oversized graphics look awesome. I must say, simple DIY ideas are always the best. Such a great idea and so inspiring, I think it would also make a great personalized gift.
Have you ever noticed that alcoholic beverages come in the prettiest bottles? So after the booze is all gone, you can turn these pretty bottles into something functional. And this liquor bottle soap dispenser is one of its many uses. Loving the color on this one too!
Got zero crafting skills? The snow globe inspired soap pump is so easy and so cute it can be used all year long with different items. I particularly love the jute twine details that got finished off with a bow on the pump. Such a brilliant idea!
I have always been fascinated with etched glass items, be it votives or simple jars. Coming across this blog which talks about “faux etching”, my interest was piqued. So if you’re looking for a fun, fast and frugal way to store your dish soap, try making this one. Bonus tip: it can also make a beautiful present.
Okay, so this is something that would turn your boring and ugly store bought soap dispenser into something that is just way too fun and oh so creative! I am a sucker for animal prints and I am in love with this brilliant idea. I also like the idea of being able to reuse the soap dispenser instead of throwing it out. Trying this idea very soon.
Everyone deserves and appreciates a pretty sink. After all, we spend so much time in the kitchen and in the sink so, why not make it pretty, right? And this nautical dish soap bottle is a perfect way to do just that. I simply love the blue contrasted with glass and burlap and would be a perfect addition in any beach house.
Don’t throw out our beer bottles because you can turn them into something pretty like this Beer Bottle Soap Dispenser. There are only five steps in making your own so head on over to There’s A Shoe For That for the complete tutorial.
Another awesome way to recycle your old pickle jar! All you need is a jar, a pump from a plastic soap dispenser, a power drill, scissors, glue, and some paint. This is such a quick and easy weekend craft. Follow along the tutorial from Mox and Fodder to start making your own.
Do you have an empty Jack Daniel’s bottle hanging around? Use it as a room decor by upcycling and turning them to this clever Soap Dispenser. It makes for a great industrial, functional and useful addition to the kitchen sink or even the bathroom.
Keep things simple and easy by re-creating this Minnie Mouse Soap Dispenser. This is such a fun way to add some style to your boring soap dispensers. I am 100% sure the kids will love it. With just some free printables and a pink ribbon, you’ll be on your way to making this adorable piece.