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Rainbow Bubble Blowers

Updated: Jul 16, 2020

I have made these a few times with my kids over the years, and they are always great fun and so easy! Today, my little girl commented, "I knew this would be the best idea! We should make these like everyday!" Then she promptly inhaled a bunch of bubble solution and the fun was pretty much over for her. (Reminder: Blow out, not in!)


๐Ÿ”ฒ plastic water bottle

๐Ÿ”ฒ mismatched sock

๐Ÿ”ฒ duct tape or rubberband

๐Ÿ”ฒ dish soap

๐Ÿ”ฒ food coloring

To Make:

Remove the cap from the water bottle (and set aside to use for the balloon powered boats!) Cut out the bottom of the water bottle and discard.

Slide the sock over the bottom of the bottle. You may need to trim off the extra fabric if its a long sock.

Secure the sock to the bottle with duct tape or a rubberband.

Pour some dish soap into a shallow container and mix in a little bit of water.

Dip the sock end of the bubble blower into the soap solution and then begin to blow into the water bottle. Be sure to blow out and not inhale! You don't want to eat the bubbles!

To make rainbow bubbles, add a few drops of food coloring to the sock end of your blower. Then continue blowing more bubbles and see the colors you get! So pretty!


How long was your bubble snake? Let us know by sharing photos/videos!

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