DIY soap bar holders - keep your soaps dry
If you keep your soap bars dry, you can enjoy them for a long time. Here are some DIYs that can keep your soap bars dry between use!
Twig soap dish
Fancy bringing the outside into your bathroom? Try making a DIY soap dish made from twigs!
Grab some twigs from outside – a couple of long twigs are enough
Remove the bark from the twigs and cut them into smaller pieces – two of these pieces should be shorter than the rest (horizontal twigs)
Let the twigs dry to get rid of all moisture
Using hemp or jute twine, tie one side of all the long twigs (vertical twigs) on to one of the short twigs – remember to tie the twine tightly
Tie the other side of all the long twigs on to the other short twig
All done – you can now place the soap bar on top of the twig soap dish
Mason jar lid soap dish
Did you finish a jar of jam, and now have empty mason jars? Do you have some rubber bands laying around from something you purchased before? Don’t throw them away – reuse!
Clean an empty mason jar lid that you have lying around
Grab an old rubber band that you have from groceries
Take the rubber band, put the lid through
Twist the rubber band, then put the lid through again in another direction
Repeat the fourth step
Finished – place the soap bar on top of the rubber band and enjoy
Bottle cap soap holder
Do you have some glass bottles caps left over from a party last weekend, a fridge magnet and some tread?
Take the bottle cap and push it firmly into the soap bar
Attach a twine to a magnet (tie it around or find another way)
Hang the other end of the twine with the magnet onto the faucet or anywhere else in your shower
Let the bottle cap stick to the magnet and allow it to hang when you don’t need it – simply detach the cap/soap bar from the magnet when you want to use the soap bar