Hey guys! Today, Jessica from Mom4Real is in the house to show us how to make a quick and easy wine bottle soap dispenser! I hate to admit that I paid a lot of money for one just like this a few years ago. I wish I had the instructions on how to DIY my own soap dispenser back then. Please check out Jessica’s blog and pin any of her images from her site if you’re feeling the pinning twitch coming on with this one! ~Beth
Hi, Unskinny Boppy readers! I am Jessica from Mom 4 Real, and I am so happy to be hanging with you today!
One of my favorite things to do is take something old, and turn it into something new and fun! So, today, I’m going to show you how I turned an old wine bottle into a cute new dish soap decanter.
I like wine, but hate dishes, so I’m trying to trick myself…maybe if there is a wine bottle involved, dish washing will be more fun? We will see. This was such a fun little project, and super easy too!
I started by emptying a wine bottle…ummm…by drinking some wine. I then smeared dish liquid all over the label and soaked the bottle in warm water for 2 hours. This makes pealing the label off so easy.
Then I grabbed this cute stencil and my Frosted Glass Paint in white from DecoArt and got down to business.
These stencils stick right to glass and curve with the bottle as well. I took my dauber and dabbed the frosted glass paint onto the stencil. Let dry for a couple of hours, then remove the stencil. You can reuse the stencil, all you have to do is wipe it off.
I bought this stopper at Crate and Barrel, but have seen them everywhere…Walmart, Target, Meijer, etc… Fill your bottle with dish liquid and pop the stopper in the top!
And get to washin’ those dishes Mom 4 Real style!
You can also turn a wine bottle into an olive oil decanter…see that tutorial here.
Have some extra wine corks lying around? Make your own cork board…