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  • Pat Schuman

    Add glow stick liquid to bottle of bubbles... Glowing Bubbles! Perfect for a summer night.

  • Katie Szafran Gannon

    It's Easy to Make Bubbles Glow: Here is a glowing bubble caught on a bubble wand.

  • Stacie Robles

    29. Make glowstick bubbles

  • Mar Münster

    Glowing Bubble: Add fluorescent dye (ex- neon highlighter) to bubble solution and shine a black light on the bubbles to make them glow. #Kids #Bubbles

  • Hannah B

    Cut up a glowstick, pour into bubble solution, and blow glow in the dark bubbles this summer...

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