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- How to Make Bubble Snakes
Bubble the Rainbow Maker by Garnet Lynne, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®
When you blow air through your Bubble Snake maker, you are creating hundreds of tiny bubbles. As the air wiggles through the fabric, bubbles are continuously being made. The bubbles attach to each other when they come out of the fabric. I love a bit of science with our crafts.
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Can also sometimes be found in the first aid supplies section. Mix up your homemade bubble solution in your pitcher recipe below. We halved our recipe to fit in this two quart pitcher, but you can definitely mix up a full gallon too.
Set aside. Today, we are using a Tum-E Yummies container for the base of the craft, so let your kids drink their favorite flavor to get the container ready to be used!
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You can be assured, you will need all those vitamins for the bubble blowing that will be happening once we are done creating this craft! Take a box cutter and carefully remove the bottom of the container. Once this is removed, secure a sock or a washcloth secured with a rubber band over the newly opened end. Take your liquid food coloring and create a stripe of each color red, yellow, green, and blue across the bottom of the sock or washcloth.
The more you add to the bottom, the more vibrant the colors. Dip the rainbow end into the bubble solution. Be sure to get a good soak of bubbles on it to create your snake. Blow on the other end of the container to blow out that colorful bubble snake. My oldest son removed a little lint from the inside of the bottle near the opening and we took a photo of that.
Just something to look for if that might weird you out. The children couldn't wait to try out the bubble makers, even without the food coloring to color the bubbles. I will remind you here again that my 3-year old was unable to grasp the breathing-in portion of blowing bubbles. He breathed in soap and it was traumatic enough that he didn't want to use the bubble blower again after all the spitting and washing his mouth out. Here is your fair warning: Food coloring will get everywhere. It was on clothes, me, hands, feet, hair, the dog, the grass - pretty much anywhere a bubble lands or gets thrown on gets colored.
With that said, if you want to add color to the bubbles you add drops of food coloring to the sock. It wears out after a good long bubble snake is made and will have to be reapplied to the sock if you want to make more color. We were trying really hard to set up a "rainbow" snake, but were unsuccessful to make it in all the colors we had.
Reply 5 years ago on Introduction. Thank you! It isn't as bad as trying to blow up a balloon, and one breath goes a long way. Neither of them complained about it so now I wonder if they just didn't know what was happening They were fun for all, even if the little one couldn't understand how to blow into the bubble maker.
It got very colorful on everything too. More by the author:. About: I crochet and do crafts.
How to Make Bubble Snakes
Oh and I also work full time and have a family to take care of. I'm on here because this site is so cool and easy to post to. Not a catchy title at all to me but I think it accurately describes what my kids and I created. The four-year old and eight-year old were both able to make bubbles well using these makers. What we used: recycled Cut any labels off the plastic bottles.
I cut the bottom of the plastic bottles off for the other two bubble blowers we made. I said "optionally add food coloring" because of the mess. The color did not come out in the bubble if the food coloring was added to the soap mixture. I hope you enjoyed. I know I did.
Thanks for reading. You can see my kiddos enjoyment in the video embedded in the intro of this Instructable. Did you make this project? Share it with us! I Made It! Rainbow Vision Spectacles.