What can I do with a Mason jar lid?
Check out these 15 creative ideas for repurposing mason jar lids.
- Coloured chalkboard price tag lids.
- Mini mason jar pie pans.
- Mini mason jar lid picture frames.
- Shabby chic mason jar lid wind chimes.
- Cute DIY jar lid message garland.
- Shabby chic rusted lid door wreath.
- Sparkly jar lid keepsake coasters.
How do you paint a Mason jar soap dispenser?
Glue loose Mason jar lid pieces together. Push dispenser pump through lid then attach with glue. Repeat on other lid. Paint both lids with flat black spray paint, let dry.
How do you make a foaming soap dispenser out of a Mason jar?
Test the fit of the hole over the soap bottle. Pour the liquid foaming soap into the Ball jar. Use the utility knife to carefully cut off the top threaded portion of the soap bottle (leave enough collar to fit under the hole in the jar lid.) Line up the pump dispenser, the plastic collar, the jar lid and lid ring.
How do you put a pump in a Mason jar?
- STEP 1: Make a hole in the mason jar lid just big enough to fit (tightly) the pump.
- STEP 2: Measure and cut the tube coming off the pump to ensure that it reaches the bottom while still allowing the lid to close.
- STEP 3: Squeeze glue into the bottom of the pump and then insert it into the lid hole.
How do you paint a soap dispenser?
Soap Dispenser – The Update
- Step 1: Disassemble the soap dispenser. Unscrew the top from the bottle and slip the collar piece away from the plunger portion of the pump.
- Step 2: Tape off areas for protection.
- Step 3: Spray paint all the parts.
- Step 4: Allow to dry fully then reassemble.
How do you make foaming hand soap?
How to Make Foaming Soap
- Mix 1 part liquid soap with 4 parts water in a foaming soap dispenser.
- Slowly mix by gently turning soap dispenser until incorporated.
How do you make pretty jar lids?
Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge to the very top of the jar lid and place the glued lid top directly down onto the backside of the scrapbook paper you just cut out, directly in the center of that inside circle. Carefully smooth the paper. Then, with your brush, apply a small amount of Mod Podge to several of the strips.