Cloth Napkins and Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

This past week I was able  to complete a couple of different projects.  With the help of my kids, I was able to get some cloth napkins sewn up.  It was fun to use them this weekend when we had company.

Also I had seen this Mason Jar Soap Dispenser that I just loved.  The only thing I did differently was to drill a 3/8″ hole using the cordless drill rather than using needle nose pliers to make the hole.

Zinc lid with 3/8" hole drilled in it on one of our new cloth napkins.

Then I used a pair of pliers to make the hole big enough for the dispenser to fit through. (The dispenser I used was off a Suave lotion bottle.)  After the dispenser was in place, I crimped the metal around it which held it tightly.

I cut about 3/4″ off the bottom of straw.  Then screwed it onto a Blue Ball Quart jar.

I really like how it turned out!  I am enjoying it beside my kitchen sink with dishwashing soap in it.

I hope you have a Blessed week!


Linking to:  Farm Girl Friday,  Monday’s Homestead Barn Hop

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0 Responses to Cloth Napkins and Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

  1. Amanda S says:

    Love this! I’m on the lookout for some pretty, blue canning jars, but in the meantime, I think I’ll try it with a new jar. Found you at the Barn Hop!

  2. Love this idea! I have a few old mason jars lying around just begging for a creative use like this!

  3. Debbie says:

    Really cute idea! Love it! Thanks for sharing it with the farmgirls!

  4. Debbie says:

    Congratulations Jennifer! I’m excited to tell you that you won my Hoophouse Books Giveaway! Please email me at so I can get your mailing address! Thanks you for entering!

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