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    • Delmy Rodriguez

      Image detail for -Iman Sadeghi 's Homepage : Rendering Soap Bubbles

    • Bella  ≈❤≈ Donna

      ....✿✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃-- ♥ Donna-NYrockphotogirl ....#heart bubbles! #bubbles #bubbles #nature

    • Deb Maxwell

      Natural Soap Bubbles ~ Container that wand will fit in, 1 c water, 2 Tbs glycerin, 4 T Dishwashing Liquid. Directions: Mix together & have fun!

    • April Krause

      Welcome the weekend by blowing bubbles with the kids every Friday after school.

    • Becky Richey

      itmom: Homemade Bubble Solution and Pipe Cleaner Bubble Wands

    • Vickie Stagnitto

      I just cannot believe it. I found the thing that's been missing all my life.

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