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9 Genius Ways To Blow Bubbles

Summer is coming to an end soon, so make sure you get your bubble blowing time in! Here are 9 awesome ways to blow bubbles.

  • Bubbles! 1 of 10
    BUBBLES

    Click through to see more creative ways to blow bubbles! 

  • Wire Wands 2 of 10
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    Make some cute shapes and decorate them with colorful beads. So much fun! 

    See more here on Discovery Cube

  • Bubble Snake 3 of 10
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    This is rad. I want to make some! 

    See more here on Princesses And Pigtails

  • Shooter 4 of 10
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    It's like a bunch of blowers in one! And it's so easy to make too! 

    See more here on Kids Activities Blog

  • Triangles 5 of 10
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    They don't come out as triangles (wouldn't that be cool!) but it's still a lot of fun. 

    See more here on My Homespun Threads

  • Recycle 6 of 10
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    Get some use out of your plastic bottles! This is so cool. 

    See more here on My Homespun Threads

  • Pipe Cleaners 7 of 10
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    Grab your trusty and colorful pipe cleaners and make your own wands! Cute, right? 

    See more here on Honest

  • Giant Bubbles 8 of 10
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    Make your own giant bubbles! The kids will love this. 

    See more here on Weekly Bite

  • Colored 9 of 10
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    Make your own stain free colored bubbles! So easy and clean. What's not to love? 

    See more here on Momtastic

  • Art 10 of 10
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    This is one of my favorite things to do with bubbles. So colorful and fun! 

    See more here on Ramblings From Utopia

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Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

Other posts of mine you may have missed:

10 Fantastic Summer Totes

10 Summer DIYs For You And Your Kids

7 Of The Best Kiddie Pools For Summer

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