Bubble recipes can be tons of fun for kids and what better way to
have a hands on experience then creating your own! We have a few
variations of recipes included here.
Any way you make homemade bubbles, they are sure to be a kids
favorite. Get them involved in the preparing and the mixing of the
recipe and playing with the finished product will be as much fun as
Kids Craft Recipe Book
Our craft recipe book has 14 recipes that use common ingredients and provide kids with on-going activities after they create the recipe.
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Recipes for Bubbles
Bubbles with Corn Syrup
2 Cups liquid dish washing detergent
6 Cups water
1 Cup Karo light corn syrup
Combine three ingredients into a large container with a lid. Shake
well and let sit several hours. Store covered in refrigerator to
extend suds shelf life. Allow to warm before using.
1 Cup dish washing detergent or liquid dish soap
1 Cup water
1/2 teaspoon cooking oil
Mix in cup or old juice can.
Soap Bubbles with Glycerine
1 Cup water
2 Tablespoon liquid detergent
1 Tablespoon glycerine
1/2 teaspoon sugar
Mix all ingredients together in container with a lid. Shake well and
its time for bubbles.
Glycerine, which is called for in some recipes, can be
purchased in cake decorating departments.
by junsu, (south korean)
1 cup of water
1/2 of dish soap
2 tablespoons of glycerin
Stir very well.
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Ideas for Bubbles
Bend a coat hanger into a loop to make large bubbles.
Use funnels, spools, berry baskets, bubble pipes and rings,
colanders, to blow your bubbles through. Check out your kitchen
drawers for ideas.
Pour bubbles into a flat pan if using a large bubble wand.