Mason Jar Soap Pump

February 18th, 2011 in member junk     
Tobey Tobey, member
8 users recommend


I love mason jars and can't resist buying them when I see them at yard sales and flea markets. It took all of 5 minutes to make this one into a soap pump, now i have an excuse to have a mason jar in my bathroom too


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, jar

Comments (12)

seven77 writes: The best and most economical site I have found for these pumps and all mason jar supplies is Factory Craft Direct
Here is the website
http://factorydirectcraft.com/catalog/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=soap+pumps&submit.x=0&submit.y=0 Posted: 8:15 am on March 13th
westtexas99 writes: Hi there I am new to junk market style and I am wondering if anybody has found a source for the lids and pumps for the mason jar project.I am thinking these would make great Christmas presents !! Posted: 3:02 pm on October 14th
KaylaMae writes: creative Posted: 8:33 am on June 1st
junkredeemer writes: Awesome idea! I love old jars! I've made lamps from them and wanted to make the dispensers but had been unable to find the pumps. I'll try your source! Posted: 9:37 pm on April 5th
StacyK writes: Works great for lotion too! Posted: 9:44 pm on March 26th
secondwhistle writes: What a great idea for a country decor. Posted: 12:14 pm on February 28th
junkermidge writes: I love this idea! I want to give it a try too. Canning jars are fun! Great job on this project.
Midge Posted: 4:22 pm on February 22nd
KMcG73 writes: I looked up the online store MWHP (My Wonderful Hubby Phil) found pumps and collars on for our projects. You can get a HUGE variety of styles and finishes from onedreamdesign.com. Have fun! Posted: 5:27 am on February 22nd
KMcG73 writes: Love it - just did one in a blue jar for my bathroom junk re-do. (hope to post pics today!) Posted: 4:22 am on February 20th
artteachergirl writes: This is just precious! I want to make one too. Have you tried Etsy for your metal pumps? Some on there sale the mason jar soap dispensers so the pumps are probably there too. Really like this! Posted: 3:55 pm on February 19th
Tobey writes: I bought the metal soap pump for $1.00 at the Salvation Army thrift store, the metal ones are hard to find. Most soap pumps have plastic pumps, still looking for a place where I can buy metal pumps. If I find a place I will let you know, if anyone else knows where to get them please let me know. Posted: 1:34 pm on February 19th
LuAnn writes: I love these too. I've seen them around and wanted to put one together but can't find the pump. Where did you find yours?? LuAnn Posted: 4:11 am on February 19th
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