Bubbly Fun Upsized!

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When I found out about giant bubble solution, I knew that I HAD TO make some.

Raeann loves bubbles! She hasn’t reached the stage where she can blow bubbles yet but she loves chasing after them. Whenever I bring her to the playground, I often bring a bottle of bubble solution so she can chase after bubbles to her heart’s content.

I love bubbles too.. There’s something really whimsical and magical about a bubble. The colours swirl playfully on its surface as it floats merrily in the breeze…

till the moment it pops…

and vanishes.

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Giant Bubble Solution

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Materials needed:

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Giant Bubble Solution

– 1.5 litres water

– 125 ml dishwashing liquid

– 2 tablespoons glycerine (I got mine from Phoon Huat)

Instructions: Mix water, dishwashing liquid and glycerine in a large container.

Your giant bubble solution is done!

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Bubble Frame

– 2 bubble tea straws

– string

Intructions: Thread a long string through the two straws. Tie a dead knot. Finito.

The length of the string depends on how big you want your frame to be. Take note that the bigger the frame, the more cumbersome and difficult it is for little hands to hold. So not too long, not too short ya.

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Once you’re done, head to the playground/park for bubble fun time!

Warning: Little hands will get really soapy, so bring a bottle of water along to rinse their hands when they’re done.

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In case you are wondering, that’s G and our niece. 🙂 He was on his way for a run but couldn’t resist some bubble fun first!

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Raeann kept making a mad dash towards the solution and trying to dip her hands in it, so in the end she had to settle for admiring the bubbles while being carried!

I initially thought that there would be some solution left over to keep for the next time we felt like having some bubble fun, but in the end, we used up all one and a half litres of bubble solution!

Can’t wait to make some again next weekend!

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