Hi everyone! My name is Cindy and I blog at Skip to my Lou. I love to blog about simple crafts, sewing, crochet and recipes. I hope you will come visit me if you are looking for more fun crafts and activities.
School is getting ready to start, but we are trying to have just a few more days of summer fun! I love a super quick activity that will keep the kids entertained. These DIY Bubble Blowers are made with items found right in your home and are sure to bring on loads of laughter! Making bubble snakes would be a great after school activity too!
Grab some dish soap, a wash cloth, a rubber band (we used a ponytail holder), an empty water bottle and a small container.
Carefully cut the bottom off of the empty water bottle. A pair of scissors works great.
Place the wash cloth over the cut off end of the bottle and secure with a rubber band.
Mix about a 1/2 of cup of water with 1/4 cup of liquid dish washing liquid in a shallow container. Dip the wash cloth covered bottle into the soap mixture. Remove and allow excess liquid to drip off.
Now let the fun begin! Remove the lid of the bottle and blow through the opening and you will create amazing bubble snakes!
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