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I absolutely love the dish soap bottle! It looks beachy and cool!

Tablecraft (916) 16 oz Oil & Vinegar Cruet

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  • Then your bottle is finished! If you are giving it as a gift then tie a wood tag on it with a strand of jute twine. I love this type of dish soap bottle for easily pouring the dish soap in the sink when hand washing dishes or creating a sink of soapy water to scrub down cupboards and appliances with.

    I’m so excited to share one of my favorite ways to clean my kitchen! Dish soap. We all have it. We all use it. Right? Kick the ugly plastic bottle and trade it in for one of these beautiful DIY nautical dish soap bottles instead! It is a great way to take your sink from bleh to chic! They also make fantastic housewarming gifts! You can whip these up in a few minutes and they cost just a few dollars to make!

  • The kitchen is definitely the one place I spend the majority of my time each day. Between cooking three meals for my family of six, preparing snacks during the day, making the kids lunches and all that goes on in the center of the house, the kitchen, there are a lot of messes to clean up! It feels like washing dishes and scrubbing surfaces in the kitchen never ends! So what better way to pretty up your sink than to add some flair to the one thing you use most often? Dish soap! Pick up a bottle of your favorite colored dish soap. I loved this beautiful blue that reminded me of beaches. Pick up a bottle or two. Then head over to the kitchen department to find the glass bottles like the ones I used here. I grabbed an olive oil bottle and a curet to use for my dish soap bottles. They were both just a few dollars so this is a really inexpensive project.

    The kitchen is definitely the one place I spend the majority of my time each day. Between cooking three meals for my family of six, preparing snacks during the day, making the kids lunches and all that goes on in the center of the house, the kitchen, there are a lot of messes to clean up! It feels like washing dishes and scrubbing surfaces in the kitchen never ends! So what better way to pretty up your sink than to add some flair to the one thing you use most often? Dish soap! Pick up a bottle of your favorite colored dish soap. I loved this beautiful blue that reminded me of beaches. Pick up a bottle or two. Then head over to the kitchen department to find the glass bottles like the ones I used here. I grabbed an olive oil bottle and a curet to use for my dish soap bottles. They were both just a few dollars so this is a really inexpensive project.


    This dress was made
    for a 28 oz Dawn
    Dish Soap Bottle but I've revised the pattern to fit a 25 oz bottle.

  • Then your bottle is finished! If you are giving it as a gift then tie a wood tag on it with a strand of jute twine. I love this type of dish soap bottle for easily pouring the dish soap in the sink when hand washing dishes or creating a sink of soapy water to scrub down cupboards and appliances with.

decorative dish soap bottles from Williams-Sonoma

Open the top of the dish soap bottle, lightly squeeze the dish soap bottle to dispense dish soap and return the dish soap bottle to counter surface.