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This is a thrift post to show how to reuse ketchup and sauce bottles into oil dispensers. Not only are they healthy relative to plastic, they cost almost nothing and look amazing. I have been using these for over six years now. See what you need to make one at home.
I’m in love with glass lately – all shapes, sizes and colors. Thanks to MasterChef, I fell in love with glass oil dispensers that took me on a dispenser-hunting mission to Jamals, Home Stop, @ home, Home Town, a zillion other fancy crockery shops in the neighborhood and wherever we went. So, I was looking for simple glass oil dispensers but didn’t find anything locally that was budget-friendly.
Then, when the Maggi ketchup bottle got over this time, I had cleaned it up (tip: use hot water and liquid soap to remove labels easily) to paint on it. But, it stayed on the counter for a week when I realized it could be turned into a oil dispenser with a pourer/spout. And, this is what we have. A standard size spout fixes well on most bottles.
There are 345,978 ideas for what you can do with empty wine bottles – recycling/upcycling call it whatever you like.
Now, if you’re raking your brain on how to cut a glass without a fancy tool, then I found a super easy tutorial.
I love how Steffi of Ohh…Mhhh (btw, if you don’t have her blog in your reader, then you must because it’s awesome) has transformed a simple bottle into something visually pleasing with those neon rubber bands. You can even wrap around wool to get the same effect.
Some more awesome ideas on pinterest