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    Take bubble blowing to the next level. Learn how to make colorful bubble snakes that your kids will love! Best part, wands are built from your recycle bin.
    June 13, 2012

    Doing this, this summer! Cut off the end of a waterbottle, place a sock over the end, dip in soapy water (with food colouring)

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    • Kelly McCreery

      bubble snakes = easy quick craft. Cut the bottom off water bottle. Put old sock over bottom and duct tape. Add food coloring for fun. Dip end in dish soap mixed with a little water

    • Casey Reefe

      These bubble blowers are made from plastic bottles, an old sock and a rubber band. #kids #crafts #outdoors

    • Renae Jacobs-Hartig

      How To Make Rainbow Bubble Snakes... Cut the bottom off of an empty water bottle and secure a sock to the cut end (with duct tape or a rubber band). Dip the sock end in a mix of dish soap and water and blow through the other end. To make a rainbow bubble snake simply add food coloring to the dish soap/water!

    • Angelique

      Rainbow Bubble Snakes - Cut off the bottom of the water bottle - slide a sock or a washcloth over the bottom of the bottle - secure the our sock with tape or a rubber band - Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow.

    • Sara Foelker

      Rainbow Bubble Snakes. Takes an old sock, empty water bottles, duct tape or rubber band, and dish soap.

    • Naila Abou Khater

      Bubble snakes. Cut the bottom of a water bottle off. Slide a sock over the bottom of the bottle, secure with duct tape or rubber band. Pour some washing-up liquid into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock side of the bubble blower into the solution and gently blow through the bottle spout. Add food colouring for rainbow snakes

    • Sue Chapman Melanson

      SOCK BUBBLE SNAKES: Start by cutting the bottom off a water bottle.  Next slide a sock over the bottom of the bottle.  You can use an elastic or duct tape to secure sock. Pour some dish soap into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. To add some color to the bubble snakes add food coloring. Drop food coloring onto the sock covered end.

    • Donna Schilla

      Rainbow Bubble Snakes - cut bottom of water bottle off. Slide sock over bottom of bottle, can use duct tape or rubber band to secure sock. Quick & easy to make. Pour dish soap in shallow container with little bit of water & gently mix. Dip sock covered bubble blower in solution & gently blow. Add color to bubble snakes with food coloring. Drop food coloring on sock covered end. A bit messy, but kids LOVE it! Lots of fun & giggles. Make sure kids realize to blow air out not suck air in!

    • Gerda Van Reenen

      DIY Kids Project: Rainbow Bubble Snakes for Kids with a sock! #diy #summer #fun #kids

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