Let’s face it, we all like a little alcoholic beverage every once in a while. And haven’t you noticed that some of those alcoholic beverages come in the prettiest bottles? The question is what to do with them. Well, I turned mine into DIY liquor bottle soap dispenser. I don’t use the large liquor bottles though. I like to use the small glass ones, usually found behind the beverage store sales counter.
- A small used glass liquor bottle… I love the color of this one.
2. Mod Podge – Gloss
3. An artist brush
The brush I used was a small square artist brush. I brushed the Mod Podge over the front and back labels 4 different times. Since these were going to get soap and water on them regularly, I wanted to make sure that I had a nice seal so I started on the glass and worked my way up and down the label making sure all the edges were covered.
I ordered the soap pumps from One Dream Design. They have so many to choose from! You can pick from oil rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, polished nickel, copper, brass… and they have different head styles and sizes. They even carry foam pumps! The best part is you can find pumps for less than $2.50!!! Wahoo!
All you do is cut the interior straw to fit the height of the bottle and screw on the pump head. They fit standard bottles, no adjustments necessary. I made several for the house. The Blue Sapphire is in my powder room on the main floor and I made a Crown Royal one for the basement bathroom.
They are always a topic of conversation and they look so good! I totally love how they came out. It could be a nice gift too! If I were to give it to someone I would give them the unopened bottle of course, already have the Mod Podge work done and include the fitted soap dispenser pump. Once they drink the booze, they can wash it out, add soap and replace the cap with the pump!
This was so fun! Hope you like it as much as I do!