We’re back with some easy peezy, yet nonetheless awesome DIY projects for you and your home. Heidelberg-based DIY-aficionado Vera Wohlleben has come up with some great ideas, and today we are going to show you a project that will give your bathroom some glitz with the help of some Montana METALLIC spray paint. We will be creating the soap dispenser of your dreams. DIY PROJECT NICESTTHINGS METALLIC SOAP DISPENSER

All you need for this project is a Mason jar, a soap dispenser pump lid that fits the size of your jar, some latex gloves, a plastic sheet or newspaper to protect your work surface and of course a can of your favorite color from the Montana METALLIC series.

Before you start, make sure to shake the can well for 1-2 minutes.

Starting out, you first want to make sure your work surface is fully covered in a plastic sheet or newspaper.

Now for the fun part: Slap on those latex gloves, lie your Mason jar on its side and start spraying it with the Montana METALLIC paint. The awesome thing about this particular paint is that it adheres to just about anything. It also wears really well, making it perfect for use on everyday objects such as this soap dispenser. Plus, there’s the fact that the colors all have incredible quality and depth.

(Caution: these cans are kind of addictive. You might want to spray paint everything you own with them. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!)

Moving on, it’s best to coat your jar with thin coats, make sure to rotate the jar as to get an even coverage on all four sides. If desired you can add a second coat for a complete and even coverage. Be sure to wait for the paint to be dry before your seal the surface, by coating it with a layer of VARNISH spray from the Montana TECH line. Once the VARNISH has dried all the way, all that is left is for you to do is fill it with soap and screw on the lid, and you’re done.

All images by NICESTTHINGS Vera Wohlleben

Such a cool and easy way to add a one-of-a-kind accent to your interior design. Handmade by you.

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