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    • Camri Michelle

      Tiny bubbles - If your kids like blowing bubbles, they're going to love this idea! I can't wait to try this!!

    • Marlene Oberholtzer

      Tiny Bubbles 1. Instead of a traditional bubble wand, use a number of drinking straws bound together with a few pieces of tape. Dip one end of the bundle into a shallow dish of bubble solution (you can make your own by combining 1 cup of water with 1/3 cup of Dawn or Joy dishwashing liquid and 2 tablespoons of light corn syrup or glycerin), then blow through the straws, being careful not to let the solution run down the straws to your mouth. The cluster of straws will produce scores of dim...

    • April Graichen

      Straw Bubble blower! Great for kids who haven't learned how to use a bubble wand yet!

    • Krystle McMorandez

      Home made bubble mixture and bubble blower. Under the sea or ocean party favor idea!

    • Laura DiSessa

      Tiny bubbles - If your kids like blowing bubbles, they're going to love this idea

    • Susan Schmidt

      Tiny Bubbles... bubble wand and bubble recipe

    • Lea Capea

      multi bubbles - each kid gets one!

    • Stephanie Raber

      tiny bubbles, crafts for toddlers

    • Leigh Nagy

      Tiny bubble maker

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