Here’s the complete tutorial on how to make a Super Giant Bubbles Kit with bubble recipe, how-to instructions and free printable labels.
Super giant bubbles are addicting to young and old. Kids would love to receive this as a gift or even help make the kit. I made the simple drawstring sack to hold the bubble kit supplies. The bubble recipe is shown below and I share the **secret** ingredient to help make the giant bubbles last longer.
My teenage daughter enjoyed herself while making these super giant bubbles in our backyard. Like I said, “fun for all ages”! The colors and shapes produced are mesmerizing!
This is what the bubble wand stick looks like when dipped in bubble solution and “opened up” to make bubbles. Notice the washer at the bottom of the string this helps “weigh” down the string and doesn’t interfere with the bubbles. Look closely and you’ll see the bubble solution inside the entire area of the “triangle” shaped string and another smaller bubble forming.
Bubble Kit Supplies:
1 Set of Bubble Wand Sticks
Bubble Label (free printable below)
Cloth sack to keep everything together
Bubble Wand Sticks
cut into two lengths one 8 feet and one 4 feet
Super Giant Bubble Recipe…
Print the “Super Giant Bubbles Kit” label, punch a hole in the corner, thread with heavy duty string and tie onto the cloth sack.
Instructions on how to use the Super Giant Bubbles Kit.
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Printable files are for personal use only. They are not for commercial use.
Tips to help make super giant bubbles: Weather is very important. Extremely hot days and hot sun will pop bubbles quicker. The higher the humidity the longer lasting the bubble. Mornings and late evenings are a great time to try to create super giant bubbles.
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Posted on July 14, 2011
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