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  • Lisa Whitaker

    Bubble Refill Station. Summer fun! Great idea for summer, OUTSIDE kids party ~ or adults, too : )

  • T. Cobb

    Bubble Refill Station - Summer fun and perfect for birthday parties too!

  • Tiffany Velliquette

    Great idea for outdoor summer fun! To fill up your Bubble Refill Station, here are two homemade bubble recipes that you can use to make up your own batch of bubbles! ( Both seem to work equally well, we'll report back if we find a new favorite) Recipe #1 1 gallon hot water 1/4 cup glycerin (available in many pharmacies and craft stores) 1 cup Dawn dishwashing liquid Gently mix all ingredients together. Seems to work best if you allow it to sit overnight in an open container before using for the first time. Recipe #2 2 1/2 cups water 1/2 cup corn syrup 1/2 cup Dawn dishwashing liquid Put water and corn syrup in a bowl and microwave for 3-4 minutes. Stir to combine. Gently mix in dishwashing liquid.

  • Anne Hier

    Bubble refill station. Great idea for kid party

  • Jana Hughes

    Bubble Refill Container and bubble recipe :) great summer kid party idea!

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