• Tessa Hullfish

    Water bottle bubble blower. Perfect for kids who put the end of the bubble wand right up to their mouth to blow bubbles!!

  • Maria Gaudi

    Water bottle bubble blower! Cheap idea for big bubbles!

  • Christina Bouchard

    Water bottle bubble blower - good idea for kids who don't understand that the bubble wand doesn't need to touch your lips when you blow through it.

  • Anita Spenst

    Water bottle bubble blower - to use with the giant bubble recipe

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