HOMEMADE BUBBLE WANDS
i saw this idea somewhere, a while back, and mentally bookmarked it. never a good idea with me, as now i have no source to link to. but here it is nonetheless. so easy and so cute. all you need are some twigs from the yard, some copper, brass or silver jewelry wire from the craft store and bubble solution:: the words "stick hunt" were barely out of my mouth before owen was out the door and working on a pile. you can give the sticks a clean cut with a saw like we did, or just try to snap...
Blogger Tag ~ Happy Whimsical Hearts
The lovely Carrie from Crafty Moms Share has tagged me! So I’m it 😉 Which means I need to answer 11 questions from Carrie before I get to tag some blogger friends and get them to answer my questions – fun huh *smile* Rules** Answer the 11 questions, and then create your own** Tag 11 bloggers and link to them in your post** Tell them they are tagged So… Carrie asked me ~ What got you into blogging? When I was looking for arts and crafts to try with my son I found blogland and have been a bit…
How to Make Homemade Large and Small Bubble Wands
Blowing the perfect bubble depends on equal parts science and magic. With a few twists of wire, you can make fantastic bubble wands and spend long, lazy days practicing your technique. The best bubble solution is 10 cups water to 4 cups dish-washing liquid, plus 1 cup Karo corn syrup.
Homemade bubble wands.
Welcome to Clean! I post daily on a sustainable, healthy, handmade life. Take a look around. I think you'll love it here. ~ Rachel Lupine and I spent part of the day playing in the backyard, chasing enormous bubbles through...
Hand-crafted Bubble Wands and Pressed Flower Fairy Necklaces
Hand-crafted bubble wands made from elegant willow and sycamore branches, wrapped with fine hand-painted yarns. $7.00 a piece ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pressed flowers set in a willow wood frame. Hangs from hemp string. $6.00 each