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DIY Glass Bottle Dish Soap Dispenser Giveaway

Glass bottle dish soap dispenser giveaway


pretty glass bottles with dispenser spouts


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Hello, friends! And happy new year! It's been a little quiet here because of the holidays and then being hit with the crud, but I'm so happy to be posting again. And you'll also be happy with today's post because there are lots of giveaways happening! 

The Thrifty Style Team ladies are each giving away an item that they've created with something that was free, thrifted, second hand, or a bargain. There are some real goodies and they"re all at the bottom of the post, so be sure to scroll to the bottom and visit everyone to enter each individual giveaway. 






As a reminder, once a month I join with this talented and super creative team of thrifty sisters that's led by Julie at Redhead Can Decorate
We all share ideas for decorating with items that are second-hand, freebies, thrifted, etc. There are always so many great ideas. 

A while back, I shared how to make a pretty dispenser for liquid dish soap. It could also be used for olive oil, vinegar, syrups, spirits, or anything else similar. 

pretty glass bottle with spout used for liquid dish soap

You can see my original post here → Upcycled Glass Bottle Dish Soap Dispenser

For my giveaway, I'll be sending a lucky reader the bottle that's pictured below. It's not exactly the same as I made in the original post, but it's still so much prettier than the bottles that dish soap comes packaged in. I use one just like it every day in my kitchen and love it. 


glass bottle with dispenser spout



If you want to make one for yourself, it's a super simple project and only requires a few simple tools and this liquid dispenser spout. You can use any soda bottle, beer bottle, wine bottle, or any that has the same size opening. 




How to enter the giveaway


To enter the giveaway for my dispenser bottle, simply leave me a comment below and let me know what you would use it for; dish soap, oils, vinegar, etc. 

  • A winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email, so make sure your email address is part of your profile when you comment. 
  • If the winner doesn't reply within 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen. 
  • Contest is only open to residents of the continental US. 

Update: A winner has been chosen! Congratulations to Melanie H!

Each blogger is hosting a separate giveaway, so you'll have to enter for any item that you're interested in. 


pretty glass bottle with dispenser spout


Here are all of the goodies that will be given away. The links are below so be sure to visit everyone to enter their giveaway right after you leave a comment here. Good luck!



THRIFTY STYLE TEAM HUGE HOME DECOR GIVEAWAY

Salvage Sister and Mister - 15 Beginner Chalk Board Tips
DIY Beautify - Winter Dining Room Decor
Cottage at the Crossroads - Rag Wreath Giveaway
Postcards From the Ridge - DIY Glass Bottle Dish Soap Dispenser
The How To Home - Glass Apothecary Jars Giveaway
I Should be Mopping the Floor - Nine Ways to Style a Dough Bowl
Redhead Can Decorate - Huge Home Decor Giveaway
What Meegan Makes - Thrifty Style Team Giveaway
Bliss Ranch - Fake Porcelain Tags
Unskinny Boppy - Leather Leaf Earrings




87 comments

  1. I already have a soap dispenser built into my counter, but I love the color this dispenser adds in the kitchen. I think using it in our camper with soap would be lovely. Kim Gaede ckgaede@yahoo.com

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  2. I love these dispenser bottles! They are beautiful without anything in them, but I would put infused olive oil in one for my kitchen. Then I would put one in each bathroom with soap that matches the bathroom decor. Thank you for offering this!

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  3. I love the jars...i originally thought i would use it for dish soap but i really like the idea for syrup!! Thank you

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  4. I am all for anything that doesn't add to the landfills. Plastic is not the way to go. Glass is very useful because it does not degrade. It is beautiful and would last. I think this is a great idea. I would use it in my kitchen for dish soap. I wash my dishes every day because I don't have a dishwasher.

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    1. Me too, Helen! This is one of my favorite projects because it's so Earth-friendly.

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  5. I would use it for dish soap - a pretty bottle with a practical use!

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  6. A new idea to me. I would use in the kitchen. Probably for dish soap but the possibilities are endless....Thank you for participating in this giveaway.

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  7. So pretty !!!! I have a mini one for soap but I have to refill all the time!!

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  8. Oh my goodness - I love these.... My husband hates having the dish soap on the counter but, he wouldn't with this. It would be SO perfect and gorgeous sitting there just waiting to be used. My granddaughter might actual use it too! How beautiful!!!!!! Malinda

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  9. ohmigosh! I love the idea of using a bottle like this for dish soap! If I don't win, I'll just have to make one myself :) melbanie23@hotmail.com

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  10. I would use it for dish soap! such a cute idea! thank you for the chance!

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  11. I love glass dispensers and would use it to for cooking oil or dishwashing liquid. It would look very pretty near the sink.

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  12. I love these bottles. I would use the bottle for dish soap, would look so much prettier than the dispensers the soap comes in. Thank you for the opportunity to be in the drawing for these. Angie G.

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  13. I think I would use this for liquid hand soap in my kitchen...possibly even dish soap, it's such a pretty way to display anything!! Would be a hard to decide but not matter what, would be a win/win for sure! Thanks so much for the opportunity for such a wonderful gift! Sheila Allen sunseteve_65@yahoo.com

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  14. What a lovely jar! Whatever I used it for, I want to display it on my kitchen counter. Thank you for this opportunity!

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  15. I would definitely use this bottle for my olive oil so I can have a drizzle on hand when I need it. Pat Solla

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    1. I have another one that I use for olive oil. I keep it next to the stove so it's always where I need it. And it's not ugly like the bottles the oil comes in!

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  16. I would use for our olive oil. It would be used often in this household and I would get to look at it. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Dolly

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  17. i may be weird but i would love this for my homemade maple syrup.... the sun shining through would make a beautiful amber glow before dousing my pancakes!!! Thanx for the giveaway offer! aflint40@yahoo.com

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  18. Angie,
    Marvelous DIY idea!
    "Mr. Ed" has a collection of vintage liquor bottles that would work perfectly for these!
    Thank you for always inspiring!
    Pat

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  19. Think I would use this for Avocado Oil that I use often in my cooking. So it would be displayed on my counter all the time!

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  20. I would use the glass dish soap dispenser for just that, dish soap. I love the designs on the bottles and how it is clear so I can see the pretty color coming through in the sunlight. Thank you for the chance, Linda Dreher ldreher520@comcast.net

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  21. Thank you for sharing your time and talents! I would use it for homemade coffee syrups. I love to make caramel and use it in my coffee instead of sugar. Thank you for this opportunity. Good luck everyone!

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  22. I love the dish soap dispenser bottles. I seem to find hand soap and lotion in pretty sets only to have the plastic dish soap bottle sitting alongside. I have a pretty bottle that I refill but it does not have a good delivery spout. I would be happy to win this give away. Thank you.

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  23. I love these bottles! I would use one for my dish soap. My current dish soap bottle doesn't work well.

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  24. I would definitely use this adorable glass bottle for dishwashing liquid for the simple fact you mentioned that it's sooo much prettier than any plastic bottle dishwashing soap comes in.

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  25. I love bottle dispensers! I'd use yours for either oil or vinegar or possibly honey. I hate the sticky from spooning it out of the jar. 8-) scrapperg@yahoo.com

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  26. I would definitely use this for dish soap. It's so much prettier than the bottle of Dawn I have sitting by the sink now.

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  27. I love the idea of using it to hold dishwasher soap and it would look so nice on the counter.

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  28. I love glass bottles with colored liquids in them and the sun shining through them. The blue from dish soap or golden oilwith garlic to flavor it. So many options Love it.

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  29. I use pretty jars for soap now, this bottle would make a great addition to the jars I have. I love this idea!!

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  30. Oh, I need this for olive oil! The small dispenser we have for oil now is plastic and it is constantly sticky, no matter how hard I try to keep it clean. It drives me crazy and I end up pouring the oil directly from the big jug. I'd love to switch out our crummy little container for this pretty dispenser.

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  31. I'd use this fun bottle for dish soap.

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  32. What a pretty bottle - since I cracked my dish soap bottle over the holidays I would use this one as a replacement.
    Thanks for the give-away,
    Sheila

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  33. Oh, dish soap for sure! It'll be a beautiful reminder to use liquid dish soap for the many different and creative purposes I've found by visiting DIY sites like this!

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  34. I had one with a bird topper that was stolen out of my storage unit. I am going to start the search for another bird. I also had oil in mine on a shelf by the counter.

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  35. Cool looking bottle.
    I would make some homemade hot sauce and fill the bottle with hot sauce & give it to my son-in-law.
    Thank you for this giveaway opportuni8ty.
    ColleenB.~Tx.

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  36. I love the soap dispenser! I used to have one when I owned my bed and breakfast in Maryland and miss it so much. I love the designs on the bottles. Thank you for being such a giving person! ~Elizabeth

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  37. I had no idea I could make one of these. If I don't win, I'll have to make one myself. My dish soap needs it!

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  38. What a great idea! I would use it for a mild hand soap and keep it by my kitchen sink. I think I might make a smaller one for my son's homemade hot sauce (which he puts on everything!) Thanks for your creativity! (tcar0816@gmail.com)

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  39. What a wonderful idea to use this bottle as a dish soap dispenser!! But I would also use it for oil, OJ, or even maple syrup! I would love to win it!! Please email me at ohsweetpea@hotmail.com Thanks!

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  40. Beautiful bottles! I would definitely use these for my dish soap and the avocado oil I use for cooking. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. A really nice idea for soap at the kitchen sink. I would most likely use it for oil however because I like to keep our olive oil and avocado oil on the counter. blizlady@gmail.com

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  42. I love this soap dispenser, definitely than the plastic dispenser bottles dish soap comes in.

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  43. How pretty! I think I would use it for olive oil or maybe homemade coffee syrups.

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  44. I would use it for dish soap - it's so pretty!

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  45. My husband would love this for his olive oil. He is the cook in the house and that's all he will use for oil.

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  46. I would probably use it for olive oil.

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  47. I'd use it for dish soap. It would look beautiful with different color soaps.

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  48. I am needing a new beautiful dispenser for my dish soap at the kitchen sink. lh6690@yahoo.com

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  49. I would use it as a soap dispenser in the guest bathroom

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  50. I'd this for oils although it's almost too pretty to use at all!!!

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  51. Dish soap--safe from the kids but pretty to look at it my kitchen window behind the sink.

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  52. I think a pretty bottle makes work in the kitchen more enjoyable doesn't it. :) It would also make a great oil and vinegar bottle

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  53. I love this- I would use it for dish soap.

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  54. I would love this for my dish soap. It would be so much nicer then the plastic bottle that is currently sitting on my counter. Thanks for the great ideas

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  55. This is so lovely...I would use it for dish soap, too!

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  56. I would probably use it for my cooking oil. So pretty.

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  57. I would use it for dish soap. The dispensers that dish soap comes in is so not pretty. The glass bottle would make it much more attractive!

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  58. I would use this for dish soap. Much better than a plastic bottle!

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  59. I think I would use it in my guest bathroom for hand soap. This would go wonderful with my industrial farmhouse look!!- sdoll2@wellspan.org

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  60. I would use the bottle for oil or vinegar...I have a dishwasher so I don't hand wash many dishes 😊

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  61. I love this. I would use it for dishsoap.

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  62. I make my own balsamic reduction for Caprese Salad or adding as a glaze to meats while roasting. This would be so much more attractive than the reused jars I store it in. I think it would up my game as a "You MADE this?? WOW!" when I place it on the table!

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  63. Hi Angie. Happy New Year! Glad you're feeling better. My original thought for using the glass bottle dispenser was dish soap. Those plastic bottles are so ugly. I also thought it would be nice for mouth wash in the bathroom. Thank you for the giveaway and all your posts. I thoroughly enjoy them. My email is mcrider9999@gmail.com.

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  64. I would like to use this to store mouthwash in the bathroom! Otherwise the heathens in my home are swigging from the bottle... lol

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  65. I would use it for a kitchen soap dispenser, or even laundry detergent. littlemotherof2@ymail.com

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  66. I would use it for a soap dispenser or in my laundry room too. dinelleh@gmail.com

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  67. Such a cute idea and i never really look at pop and different brands or bottles but, i need to. Thanks for this dispenser idea i love it. Glad you are feeling better.

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  68. I love the and I would use for just about anything!It is great for a soap dispenser or for olive oil. It's so pretty and versatile. I would call this a win win!!!

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  69. Girlfriend, i would use of Dishsoap and maybe then i would love to wash dishes more. Thank you for the chance to win something so cool.

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  70. I would use it for laundry detergent for spot cleaning stains.

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  71. Pretty! I'd use it for dish soap!
    ashleyandshea at charter dot net

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  72. Oh I would use it for soap in my kitchen for sure. I have been looking for a couple weeks on the internet for the perfect dispenser to no avail, and HERE it is! It is PERFECT! tvoyles67@gmail.com

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  73. I would love to use it for my dish soap! It's very pretty!

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  74. I would use this for dish soap.

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  75. I would use this for my dish soap. It would look so much prettier than the original dish soap container.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  76. So Pretty! I would use it in my kitchen for dish soap! Thank you! (lanemarinab@aol.com)

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  77. Nice idea for dish soap. Would love to have it decorating my kitchen.

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  78. I have a dish soap dispenser that I made years ago because I didn't want a plastic bottle on my counter. I also have a clear one for canola oil and a darker one (darker color keeps oils from going rancid) for olive oil. I'd love to have one for vinegar and I could quickly mix up salad dressings. Thanks for your generosity.

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  79. I would love a bottle for oil. Thanks for your posts and giveaways!

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