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Homemade Bouncing Bubbles Recipe + Video (No glycerin or corn syrup) | A Little Pinch of Perfect

Homemade Bouncing Bubbles Recipe + Video (No glycerin or corn syrup) | A Little Pinch of Perfect

Homemade Bubble Mixture and Wands {Craft}

Homemade Bubble Mixture and Wands {Craft}

Homemade Bubble Solution: * 4 cups warm water * 1 cup dish soap * 2 tbsp glycerin {found in the first aid section of most stores} * Storage container {I used a large mason jar} - tried and it works!

Bubbles!

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Super strong bubbles recipe. I'm surprised it only takes a few simple ingredients! This will be such a fun summer activity for the kids!!

How to Make Super Strong Bubbles

Super strong bubbles recipe. I'm surprised it only takes a few simple ingredients! This will be such a fun summer activity for the kids!!

Giant Homemade Bubble Recipe with 5 Kitchen Ingredients for the biggest bubbles EVER - Happy Hooligans

Homemade Giant Bubbles

DIY Bubble Refill Station with Homemade Bubbles Recipe from KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

DIY Bubble Refill Station & Homemade Bubbles Recipe

7 different recipes for homemade bubbles. Includes simple dish soap bubbles, non-toxic bubbles, super-strong bubbles and more!

How to Make Bubbles: The Best Homemade Bubble Recipes

7 different recipes for homemade bubbles. Includes simple dish soap bubbles, non-toxic bubbles, super-strong bubbles and more!

7 different recipes for homemade bubbles. Easiest one is a simple ratio of soap to water. More ingredients = better bubbles

How to Make Bubbles: The Best Homemade Bubble Recipes

7 different recipes for homemade bubbles. Easiest one is a simple ratio of soap to water. More ingredients = better bubbles

All we had to do was mix together ¼ cup dishwashing liquid and 1 cup water in a bowl to create a bubble solution. Next we dipped a cloth into the bowl and wiped it across a table. The kids then dipped the end of their straws into the bubble solution, put the end of the straw onto the wet table, and blew gently.

Crafty Mom: Be a 'mad bubble scientist' with your kids

All we had to do was mix together ¼ cup dishwashing liquid and 1 cup water in a bowl to create a bubble solution. Next we dipped a cloth into the bowl and wiped it across a table. The kids then dipped the end of their straws into the bubble solution, put the end of the straw onto the wet table, and blew gently.