Homemade Thieves Hand Soap is one of my favorite things to make with my essential oils and when I realized how simple it was to make I just keep filling my soap container. But, let’s face it it’s practical but doesn’t look super cute and so I was trying to work out how to cutesy it up when I saw this idea for a mason jar pump soap and boy am I excited! This homemade thieves hand soap is a pump soap in a cute mason jar!
To start off you’re going to need a plastic pump soap bottle. Thieves has lemon in it so it will eventually melt plastic but not only that it looks wayyyyy cuter in this mason jar!
1) Cut the top off your bottle and save. I recommend Method bottles as you want something that doesn’t get big after the neck of this won’t work.
2) Grab a 1.5 inch drill bit and make a hole in the top of your mason jar.
3) To prevent rusting you need to varnish the lid. I recommend either acrylic paint or clear nail polish.
4) Make the recipe and add into your cute new bottle to gift!
- 2-3 TBS castille soap. You can buy here: http://amzn.to/1yHBjaY
- 1/2 tsp glycerin. Here: http://amzn.to/1yHBjaY
- 5 drops of Thieves Oil
- mix the first 3 ingredients together in a bottle and then add water to fill.
- Shake and gift! (Or add into your bathroom!)
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