Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder

What else can I possibly make with a mason jar?  A mason jar toothbrush holder of course!  The classic mason jar is so versatile and yes it seems like I am using them a few times a month for a project around here.  But we all have our passions right?  This mason jar toothbrush holder is so quick and easy to make…I almost can’t call this a tutorial.   

Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder -- make this in just 5 minutes with a few supplies!

To get started, I was sent some wide mouth quart jars in the new green color from Ball.  You can buy you own Ball Heritage Quart Jars on Amazon.  Or try this same craft with the Ball Green Heritage Pint Jars as well.   Both of those links are affiliate links just so y’all know.  You will also need some Darice Wire Accent Chicken Net to make your own mason jar toothbrush holder. 

Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder -- make this in just 5 minutes with a few supplies!

Use the method of your choice to cut the chicken wire to the same size as the round lid portion of the two piece jar cap.

Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder -- make this in just 5 minutes with a few supplies!

Add the chicken wire to the band part of the lid and screw it on top of your mason jar as shown.

Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder -- make this in just 5 minutes with a few supplies!

Add in your toothbrushes and you are ready to add this to your bathroom.  Much better than a plain old toothbrush holder don’t ya think? 

Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder -- make this in just 5 minutes with a few supplies!

You can also do this same thing with a pint jar.  I am not crazy about the toothbrushes being able to touch each other so the quart jar works well for our home.  What do you think?  Is a mason jar toothbrush holder for you?

Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder -- make this in just 5 minutes with a few supplies!

 

The products used in this tutorial were supplied to me free of charge however all opinions and projects are my own.

Comments

  1. anoushka says

    very cool and effective!

    my problem with toothbrush holders is that water drips down the toothbrush and congeals at the bottom of the holder and goes all slimy! yuck!

    but now this has given me an idea to upturn a biscuit or tea tin and poke holes the top so it can drain properly at the bottom!! :D

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