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  • Jae Sprague

    Water bottle bubble blower: Nora and Elliot would love this! #Bubbles #Kids #Toys #DY.. had a ball blowing bubbles with my grandkids last month! this is a great idea

  • Ashley Mccarty

    Water bottle bubble blower - good for kids who are still learning to blow bubbles

  • Elizabeth Mensing

    Water bottle bubble blower. Makes it easier for kids to blow big bubbles.

  • Donna Perugini

    Water bottle bubble blower. Use with the recipe for extra strong bubble liquid...look under Kid's Crafts board

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  • The Educators' Spin On It

    Erica • What Do We Do All Day? any tips for people who can't get it to work? What type of solution are you using? So wish we could try it but it's never cold enough in FL for this type of fun.

  • Erica • What Do We Do All Day?

    Thanks for your comment The Educators' Spin On It I have gotten such a huge response to this post that I just updated it with some extra tips. (P.S. You can do it in your freezer!)

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