Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Mason jar soap dispenser & sneak peaks!


I saw this idea at Heather Bullard's blog and thought it was so cute! A soap dispenser made out of a canning jar. Who would've thought?

So I made one of my own with the hubs' help. Here are step-by-step instructions that Heather gives.



And here are some sneak peeks at what I've been working on! Yay!!

Here's a entertainment center/buffet that I'm in the process of finishing up. More pics to come of the finished product, and it's going into the French Farmhouse!




And I am so excited to get my hands on THIS!

LOVE all that detail!! This is part of a set of four chairs and a round kitchen table. Isn't it just so yummy?! Cannot wait to see what it looks like when it's done. Although it's probably the biggest project I've undertaken and may take a while! Wish me luck!

Have a great week friends!

6 comments:

  1. Love the soap dispenser. I have a similiar one in my kitchen but I bought it that way. I had no idea I could make one!

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  2. Great job Aimee! LOVE the soap dispenser! Where did you get the jar with a cool lid like that?

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  3. 世間事沒有一樣沒有困難,只要有信心去做,至少可以做出一些成績。........................................

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  4. Great soap dispenser idea.
    And yes, please, show us what you do with those chairs! I bought a dining set with table and 8 chairs, just like yours, on Craigslist a few months ago and it is just so much oak. I love the detail too. Looking forward to your ideas.
    Roberta :)

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  5. I love that soap dispenser! I'm gonna have to try that.

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  6. Oh funny...I found this post in my bookmarks and just scrolled through your blog looking to see if you had done and paint project on these chairs, and thought I'd leave a comment. I didn't realize I left one before. haha Thus the bookmark I suppose. :)
    I've had my table and chair set for almost 2 years now and to paint them seems a bit daunting. Not sure how I'd get the shiny off all the details.
    Enjoyed your blog. God bless you and your family.
    Roberta

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