Thursday, November 17, 2016

Make a Snow Globe Soap Pump


This adorable snow globe soap pump is the perfect way to add an unexpected dash of Christmas to the kitchen or bathroom sinks in your home. Throughout the year I keep most of the decor in my home fairly neutral and then swap out accessories like this for different holidays. It makes me smile every time I go to use the kitchen sink!

Bonus: You need ZERO crafting skills to pull off this project!


Supplies

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Directions

STEP 1: Filler

Add about two dozen flat back white marbles to the bottom of the mason jar. Lower the ceramic Christmas tree into the jar and settle it on top of the marbles. (note: when shopping for a tree for your jar, be sure to get one that will fit in the neck of your mason jar!)

STEP 2: Trim

Before filling your jar with soap, be sure the trim the stem for the soap pump to be the right height and check the fit before adding soap!

STEP 3: Soap

Add clear hand soap or dish soap to your jar.

STEP 4: Add the lid

Add the pump mechanism and screw it on to the lid of the jar. Buy a pre-assembled pump on Amazon or make your own by following this tutorial.

STEP 5: Add Twine

If desired, wrap about two yards of jute twine around the collar of the soap pump and then finish with a bow.

That's it!




Carissa Bonham, author, owner and lead writer at Creative Green Living

About the Author:

Carissa is an award-winning green lifestyle writer and mom of two active boys. The owner and lead writer for Creative Green Living, she most recently won the "Best Green Lifestyle Blogger" award at ShiftCon 2019 in Atlanta.

Her goal is to empower families to make healthier, more sustainable choices that are beautiful and delicious! 

She is also the author of Beautiful Smoothie Bowls (Skyhorse, 2017), Proven Techniques for Keeping Healthy Chickens (Skyhorse, 2018) and The Little Green Book of Mothers' Wisdom (Skyhorse, 2020). 

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1 comment:

  1. What a darling idea.
    I actually have one of these Mason jar pumps and use clear hand soap in it.
    This is an idea that can be used all year long with different items...
    Such a cute idea!!!!

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