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  • Alison Gurevich

    Snake bubbles - an empty bottle, a rubber band, a wash cloth,liquid dish soap, water Mix the dish soap with some water, I did a 2 to 1 ratio (2 soap to 1 water). Then cut the bottom off the bottle. Trace the bottom of the bottle onto the terry cloth with about an inch overlap. Cut out the circle and attach it to the bottom of the bottle using the rubber band. Dip the bottom of the bottle into the soap and blow. The bubbles are thick and stick together making a bubble snake

  • Lise Bedard

    kids crafts / Bubble Snakes

  • Dionne Martyn

    A Couple of Craft Addicts: Snake Bubbles - super fun! Very easy to do; 2:1 dish soap:water, gatorade bottle with bottom cut out & washcloth rubber banded to the bottom and voila!

  • Tricia Bromka

    Snake Bubbles are easy & you probably already have all the supplies in your house. You will need: -an empty plastic bottle -rubber band -terry cloth (wash cloth) -liquid dish soap -water Mix the dish soap w/ some water, (2 soap to 1 water). Cut the bottom off the bottle. Trace the bottom of the bottle onto the terry cloth with about an inch overlap. Cut out the circle & attach it to the bottom of the bottle using the rubber band. Dip the bottom of the bottle into the soap & blow.

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