Easy Animal Print Soap Dispenser
I have been wanting an animal print soap dispenser for the guest bathroom, so when a disposable soap dispenser became available I decided to make my own.
This diy soap dispenser was so easy to make, and I think it turned out super cute. I had everything on hand so it cost me nothing to make.
Start off by giving your empty soap dispenser two coats of the tan color paint letting dry between each coat.
Using a paint brush start dabbing on black spots of paint fairly close together.
Once the black spots of your animal print soap dispenser is dry start adding some burnt umber paint to the center of each black spot.
Let dry throughly.
Now water down a dab of your antiquing medium and working a section at a time.
Brush on and gently wipe off with a clean rag.
Once dry seal your soap dispenser with two coats of Mod Podge. Letting each coat dry throughly.
Fill your bottle with soap and your good to go. Wasn’t that easy?
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Materials Needed For This Project
- One empty plastic hand soap dispenser
- Acrylic paints, black, burnt umber, light tan
- Antiquing gel
- Mod Podge
- Paint brushes
- Liquid soap
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