Mason Jar Bathroom Organizer

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Are you a new college kid, a busy home owner, or simply just a mess? Well listen up! If you agree with us that the bathroom counter top is no place to represent your unorganized life, we have something for you! We introduce to you the crafty, hip, and practical Bathroom organizer. Most importantly, just product will not hurt your pocket at a cost of no more than 10 bucks! Still interested? Well get together

6 pieces of wood, more specifically,

(2) pieces of 3.75 x 2.5 x 0.75 (we're going to call these small pieces)

(2) pieces of 11 x 2.5 x 0.75 (We're going to call these side pieces)

(1) pieces of 11 x 3.5 x 0.75 (were going to call this the bottom piece)

(3) 8 ounce mason jars

Wood glue of any kind

And a couple of Qtips

Have this stuff? Well lets get to work!

Supplies:

Step 1: Lay Out Jars

1. Lay the 3 mason jars across the center of the 11 x 3.5 x 0.75 piece

Step 2: Set Your Side

Place one of the side pieces on the side of the jars. Part of the wood should be hanging over the edge as shown

Step 3: Ready Space

Remove that side piece and the jars so that just the bottom piece remains

Step 4: Add Glue

Add a liberal amount of glue to the side of the bottom piece under where the side piece was

Step 5: Place First Side

Replace the jars and firmly place the side piece into place, still allowing for part of the side piece to be hanging over the side.

Step 6: Clean Excess Glue

As the glue begins to dry, wipe off any excess glue from the sides with a Qtip

Step 7: Let Dry

Let dry for 5 minutes.

Step 8: Ready Second Side Piece

With the mason jars still in place in the center of bottom piece. Align the second side piece up against the jars. Like the other side, part of the piece should be hanging off of the side.

Step 9: Glue Second Side Piece

Like the other side, remove the jars and add a line of glue to the bottom piece

Step 10:

Put the jars back in and fix the side piece back into place on top of the glue.

Step 11: Let It Dry

Let dry 5 minutes

Step 12: Move to the Short Side

When the side pieces are dry and firmly in place, place a small amount of glue on the shorter sider of the bottom piece on top of the bottom piece and in between the side pieces.

Step 13: Fit Short Panel Into Place

Place one of the shorter pieces on top of the glue. The piece should fit snuggly

Step 14: Give It a Wipe Off

Wipe off excess glue with a Qtip

Step 15: Dry It Out

Let dry 5 minutes

Step 16: Same Step, Other Side

When dry, Turn the organizer around and do the same to the other short side of the bottom piece.

Step 17: Give It a Last Wipe Off

Like before, wipe off any excess glue

Step 18: Now We Wait..

Let dry for 5 minutes

Step 19:

When all pieces are dry and firmly in place, place contents of choice in the mason jar and enjoy a more organized life!

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    audreyobscura

    21 days ago

    What a cute little organizer! Thanks for sharing your build!