Painting with Bubbles

Everyone loves bubbles; we especially love blowing bubbles in summer. Have you ever thought about painting with bubbles? It's actually pretty easy and lots of fun. 

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Materials Needed

Materials that you need to make your own bubble art at home:

*Paper material to paint on; I always use white cardstock as it holds up better since it's thicker than regular printer paper

*Bubble solution (I found a pack of three small bottles at Dollar Tree)

*Water color concentrate (you can substitute food coloring if you want, but it's colors are less saturated and vibrant than water color concentrate)

*Bubble wands (my bubble solutions came with a bubble wand)

*Pipette (this is optional; I like using pipettes to add the concentrate to the bubble solution)

*Outside or surface covering like a plastic table cloth (water color concentrate can stain your hands for a bit or surfaces, which is why I recommend going outside)

Note: Water color concentrate is much more saturated than food coloring. As such, it can stain your hands for a bit or surfaces, which is why I highly recommend going outside (plus, fresh air! Breathe in that fresh air!). Also, be mindful of your bubble wand--leaving it in the colored bubble solution won't harm your wand in the slightest, but you can come out of it with colored fingers (sometimes it's a bit tricky to get the wand out of the solution). Painting with bubbles is lots of fun, though, so don't be discouraged--it's definitely worth it!

Directions

1. Gather your materials

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2. Add color to your bubble solution and mix it together

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3. Blow some bubbles to paint

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It's that simple! Enjoy the sunshine and fresh air while you paint with bubbles! Have fun!

If you want to use the materials I used, you can check out the links below.