Our Best DIY Bubble Solution
Making bubbles is fun, no matter your age. I blew bubbles as a kid, my own children blew bubbles, and now we’re blowing bubbles with the Grandkids.
My mother-in-law has always been the master DIY Bubble Solution maker. She has a lot of Grandkids (who are mostly grown now) and has made bubbling a fun family memory for them year after year. I hope to continue this tradition with my own Grands.
[clickToTweet tweet=”Getting happy and turning frowns upside down the only way we know how — By Blowing Bubbles. ‘B’ is for Bubbles!” quote=”Getting happy and turning frowns upside down the only way we know how — By Blowing Bubbles. ‘B’ is for Bubbles!”]
Passing Down the Love is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. This means that if you click on a link and make a purchase, we may be compensated a small amount at no additional cost to you.
In preparation for this post, my Granddaughter helped me test some of these solutions to see which actually did the best job of making BIG bubbles.
Some solutions recommended Joy or Ajax dish soap, some used corn syrup, others used sugar. Each bubble solution had different proportions of ingredients. We have determined this solution to be the best and most bubbly!
Our Favorite Bubble Solution
12 Cups Water
3 Cups Dawn Dish Soap
3 Tablespoons Glycerin
Stir gently when mixing.
Let solution set 1 week before use.
Use a glass container – a milk carton will eventually leak if left too long.
Dip wand into solution, don’t stir with it.
B is for Bubbles.
Keep Passing Down the Love,
If you missed the other posts in the #AtoZChallenge, click here for a complete list.