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  • Laurie

    play recipe for homemade Bubble solution- produces TONS of bubbles! You'll need: 2 cups water 1/2 cup liquid dish soap (or baby shampoo) 1/8 cup corn syrup large container for mixing Pour all the ingredients into a large container and shake it up. (Empty milk bottles or Tupperware containers with a tight seal work great.) Allow the bubbles to settle for a few minutes before using.

  • Alisha Woodall

    Homemade Bubbles {Summer Fun} Check out this homemade bubble recipe! Who knew that you could make bubble using things you probably currently have in your kitchen! Your little one will love helping to make them as well as play with the final product!

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Bubble recipe You'll need: 2 cups water 1/2 cup liquid dish soap 1/8 cup corn syrup large container for mixing Pour all the ingredients into a large container and shake it up. (Empty milk bottles or Tupperware containers with a tight seal work great.) Allow the bubbles to settle for a few minutes before using.