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  • Rachael Stephens

    Bubble snakes with just a plastic bottle, rubber band and a washcloth! Kids love bubbles and this is a great way to recycle all those water bottles we use! Plus this is just that little bit different to regular bubble blowers with the snakes. Plus they would be a lot easier for littlies to use than a regular bubble wand! @Kerry Henderson

  • Misty Maberry

    Come Together Kids: Bubble Snake Maker, diy bubble maker kid fun

  • Casey Chaffey

    Snake Bubbles... Super easy (plastic bottle, cloth, rubber band, and soap mixture)

  • Nan Burrows

    Bubble Snake Maker 1. Gather your supplies ~ an empty plastic bottle, a piece of terry cloth fabric ( I used an old washcloth, but a old tube sock works great too ) and a rubber band. 2. Cut the bottom off your plastic bottle and cut your fabric into a circle. 3.put the fabric over the open bottom of your bottle and securing it with the rubber band. 4. Put some dish detergent in a bowl and add a little bit of water. Dip your Bubble Maker in and you're ready to go.

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