Cottage Industrial Soap Dish

September 13th, 2010 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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I have a powder room that is on the strong side of cottage style. I like to dress it up with things like this soap dish that are unexpected.
Here are the moving parts. Oooops, I guess after using Gorilla Glue they wont be so moving. Maybe theyll move you in a different way.
We start with an industrial sink drain....
Followed closely by a crank of some sort...
And finish up with a lamp part that was looking for a home.
Then the Gorilla Glue Epoxy comes to the plate.
First it helps connect the crank to the drain without getting cranky. Sorry...just had to say that!
Then it comes into play with the lamp part and the crank...again without getting cranky.
After the glue is applied slip in the lamp part and allow to dry.
Details, details, details....its all in the details!
A soap dish is born.
I have a powder room that is on the strong side of cottage style. I like to dress it up with things like this soap dish that are unexpected.

I have a powder room that is on the "strong" side of cottage style. I like to dress it up with things like this soap dish that are unexpected.


I also like it because it is a project that demonstrates what you can come up with a little imaginative self -expression. Set your minds free! Originality and creativity are not dead.


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Comments (10)

CottageElements writes: Hey, Sue, since you FORGOT this for the Breast Cancer Fundraiser, maybe you can find a way to put it in the bucket with those things that were original suppose to go with it??! LOL. I'd love to have it for my house!

Lani Posted: 11:54 am on September 23rd
TrashHag2 writes: I just need to know how long you stared at those pieces before it clicked (haha) LOVE! Posted: 7:33 pm on September 22nd
georgiamoon writes: Sue this is the greatest soap dish I have EVER seen. I really would like to have it. Can I? Huh? Pleeeease. Just kiddin' (sort of) Georgia
PS I am so sorry...I missed your birthday. Hope it was fantastic! Posted: 3:33 pm on September 22nd
suewhitney writes: Thanks everyone! Posted: 12:16 pm on September 19th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Wonderful! This looks like a part from a ship...something nautical. Sue your vision is so inspirational! Posted: 3:04 pm on September 14th
alicemom writes: Susie-Q....... I know i tell you how much I love each and every project you do.................BUT this is one so NOT
cranky!! Who woulda thunk!! Way to cool!
smiles, alice Posted: 2:45 pm on September 14th
shabbychick writes: Your industrial soap dish is the coolest thing since soap on a rope! :)

I love how you brought all the pieces and parts together - they were meant to be. And, by the way...who has the initial "K" at your house??? They'd work perfectly for me! ha ha!

See ya soon Miss Sue!!

Kathy Posted: 10:30 am on September 14th
Heavenly_Treasures writes: SUE,
That soap dish is adorable.you have the cutiest ideas. Thank's to you That Gorrilla glue goes with me everywhere.Ladies and Gents if you ever try it you wii never do without it.I even use it on my decoys.Getting ready to go to TEXAS.Sue you have fun in Ohio and God's blessings on your travels.LOVE&Blessings,ROBERT. Posted: 10:03 am on September 14th
byabpryor writes: I love how it works all together! It's almost scientific!

Boy, am I going to enjoy picking your brain...LOL

Ang
. Posted: 8:50 pm on September 13th
RustyDiva writes: I just love that you're so cool! This makes me want to smile and hug you. Who needs an ashram when we've got our junk guru Sue.

Kenda Posted: 6:21 pm on September 13th
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