RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

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RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

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A couple of summers ago, we made a cool and it was a huge hit with the kids. Not only was it a fun way to , but it was a creative way to and mesh fruit bags.

We put a twist on this popular post by making Recycled Bottle Bubble Art. We’ve tried before but not with our bottle blower and not on a large scale like this!

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

My daughter recently had a Girl Scout event and I was leading the activity on so thought instantly back to our recycled bottle bubble blower.

I thought it’d be fun to incorporate a twist and make it a project with the girls.

This was so simple to set up and SO much fun for the girls!

However there are some tips and tricks including what type of paint we used to get vibrant colors so read on below to get all the details.

Recycled Bottle Bubble Art – Materials:

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Read our post on how to make it.

You’ll also need bubble solution. You can make your own, but for a large scale project like this, we recommend buying a jug of .

-For vibrant colors, we recommend

You’ll also need disposable bowls. It’s nice for each girl to hold on to a bowl for each color. And something to stir the watercolors with the bubble solution like a utensil or stick.

We also highly recommend doing this outdoors and laying down a so the watercolors do not stain your concrete or anything else.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Make sure to ask kids to wear an old t-shirt or apron over their clothing to protect from paint stains.

Step 2. Lay your drop cloth down outside. Tape large pieces of watercolor paper together, lay them down on the drop cloth.

Step 3. Give each child a bowl and add bubble solution. Add liquid watercolors to the bowl at a ratio of around 1:3. So 3 parts bubble solution, 1 part watercolors. You may need to experiment with this, but don’t overdo the watercolors as then it will be harder to make bubbles.

Step 4. Dip your bubble blower into the bubble water/paint solution then gently blow out onto the watercolor paper. It’s better to go slow and be low to the paper so the painted bubbles adhere to the paper. Repeat with many different colors.

**NOTE: Make sure children are supervised when doing this and that they are blowing OUT. Please do not attempt to do this art activity with young children who do not know the difference.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Since this is a bottle, it’s unlike straw art where it’s easier to blow in and but please still be careful in making sure children understand to always blow OUT.

The top two photos are when the bubbles dissipate and dry. Isn’t this the most gorgeous and colorful art? It’s like a explosion!

When you are done you want to wait overnight or until the paint dries completely. Just leave it outdoor and hope it doesn’t rain!

What can you do once it’s dried? Cut into note cards or , cut into shapes to make buntings, , decorate scrapbooks, or notebooks.

You can also laminate to make or gift tags, etc. You could also just cut and frame into art. The possibilities are endless!

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

A creative way to blow bubbles and makes a great large scale collaborative art project!

Step 2. Lay your drop cloth down outside. Tape large pieces of watercolor paper together, lay them down on the drop cloth.

Step 3. Give each child a bowl and add bubble solution. Add liquid watercolors to the bowl at a ratio of around 1:3. So 3 parts bubble solution, 1 part watercolors. You may need to experiment with this, but don’t overdo the watercolors as then it will be harder to make bubbles.

Step 4. Dip your bubble blower into the bubble water/paint solution then gently blow out onto the watercolor paper. It’s better to go slow and be low to the paper so the painted bubbles adhere to the paper. Repeat with many different colors.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Make sure children are supervised when doing this and that they are blowing OUT. Please do not attempt to do this art activity with young children who do not know the difference.

Since this is a bottle, it’s unlike straw art where it’s easier to blow in and but please still be careful in making sure children understand to always blow OUT.

Category: Play Watch the video below to see our Recycled Bottle Bubble Art in action!

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Scroll down to watch the video below to see how to make this awesome Recycled Bottle Bubble Art With Kids. Make sure to subscribe to our for more fun videos

A couple of summers ago, we made a cool and it was a huge hit with the kids. Not only was it a fun way to , but it was a creative way to and mesh fruit bags.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

We put a twist on this popular post by making Recycled Bottle Bubble Art. We’ve tried before but not with our bottle blower and not on a large scale like this!

My daughter recently had a Girl Scout event and I was leading the activity on so thought instantly back to our recycled bottle bubble blower.

I thought it’d be fun to incorporate a twist and make it a project with the girls.

This was so simple to set up and SO much fun for the girls!

However there are some tips and tricks including what type of paint we used to get vibrant colors so read on below to get all the details.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Recycled Bottle Bubble Art – Materials:

Read our post on how to make it.

You’ll also need bubble solution. You can make your own, but for a large scale project like this, we recommend buying a jug of .

-For vibrant colors, we recommend

You’ll also need disposable bowls. It’s nice for each girl to hold on to a bowl for each color. And something to stir the watercolors with the bubble solution like a utensil or stick.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

We also highly recommend doing this outdoors and laying down a so the watercolors do not stain your concrete or anything else.

Make sure to ask kids to wear an old t-shirt or apron over their clothing to protect from paint stains.

Step 2. Lay your drop cloth down outside. Tape large pieces of watercolor paper together, lay them down on the drop cloth.

Step 3. Give each child a bowl and add bubble solution. Add liquid watercolors to the bowl at a ratio of around 1:3. So 3 parts bubble solution, 1 part watercolors. You may need to experiment with this, but don’t overdo the watercolors as then it will be harder to make bubbles.

Step 4. Dip your bubble blower into the bubble water/paint solution then gently blow out onto the watercolor paper. It’s better to go slow and be low to the paper so the painted bubbles adhere to the paper. Repeat with many different colors.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

**NOTE: Make sure children are supervised when doing this and that they are blowing OUT. Please do not attempt to do this art activity with young children who do not know the difference.

Since this is a bottle, it’s unlike straw art where it’s easier to blow in and but please still be careful in making sure children understand to always blow OUT.

The top two photos are when the bubbles dissipate and dry. Isn’t this the most gorgeous and colorful art? It’s like a explosion!

When you are done you want to wait overnight or until the paint dries completely. Just leave it outdoor and hope it doesn’t rain!

What can you do once it’s dried? Cut into note cards or , cut into shapes to make buntings, , decorate scrapbooks, or notebooks.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

You can also laminate to make or gift tags, etc. You could also just cut and frame into art. The possibilities are endless!

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

A creative way to blow bubbles and makes a great large scale collaborative art project!

Step 2. Lay your drop cloth down outside. Tape large pieces of watercolor paper together, lay them down on the drop cloth.

Step 3. Give each child a bowl and add bubble solution. Add liquid watercolors to the bowl at a ratio of around 1:3. So 3 parts bubble solution, 1 part watercolors. You may need to experiment with this, but don’t overdo the watercolors as then it will be harder to make bubbles.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Step 4. Dip your bubble blower into the bubble water/paint solution then gently blow out onto the watercolor paper. It’s better to go slow and be low to the paper so the painted bubbles adhere to the paper. Repeat with many different colors.

Make sure children are supervised when doing this and that they are blowing OUT. Please do not attempt to do this art activity with young children who do not know the difference.

Since this is a bottle, it’s unlike straw art where it’s easier to blow in and but please still be careful in making sure children understand to always blow OUT.

Category: Play Watch the video below to see our Recycled Bottle Bubble Art in action!

P.S. Have you checked out our new ?

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Disclosure: Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive a small affiliate commission. Regardless, we give our promise that we only recommend products or services we would use personally and believe will add values to our readers.

Check out our Creative Kids' Products!

Get our FREE Cooking With Kids eBook with 10 Yummy Snack Recipes and weekly creative ideas for kids.

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50 WAYS FOR KIDS TO STAY CREATIVE INFOGRAPHIC

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

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RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

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Scroll down to watch the video below to see how to make this awesome Recycled Bottle Bubble Art With Kids. Make sure to subscribe to our for more fun videos

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

A couple of summers ago, we made a cool and it was a huge hit with the kids. Not only was it a fun way to , but it was a creative way to and mesh fruit bags.

We put a twist on this popular post by making Recycled Bottle Bubble Art. We’ve tried before but not with our bottle blower and not on a large scale like this!

My daughter recently had a Girl Scout event and I was leading the activity on so thought instantly back to our recycled bottle bubble blower.

I thought it’d be fun to incorporate a twist and make it a project with the girls.

This was so simple to set up and SO much fun for the girls!

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

However there are some tips and tricks including what type of paint we used to get vibrant colors so read on below to get all the details.

Recycled Bottle Bubble Art – Materials:

Read our post on how to make it.

You’ll also need bubble solution. You can make your own, but for a large scale project like this, we recommend buying a jug of .

-For vibrant colors, we recommend

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

You’ll also need disposable bowls. It’s nice for each girl to hold on to a bowl for each color. And something to stir the watercolors with the bubble solution like a utensil or stick.

We also highly recommend doing this outdoors and laying down a so the watercolors do not stain your concrete or anything else.

Make sure to ask kids to wear an old t-shirt or apron over their clothing to protect from paint stains.

Step 2. Lay your drop cloth down outside. Tape large pieces of watercolor paper together, lay them down on the drop cloth.

Step 3. Give each child a bowl and add bubble solution. Add liquid watercolors to the bowl at a ratio of around 1:3. So 3 parts bubble solution, 1 part watercolors. You may need to experiment with this, but don’t overdo the watercolors as then it will be harder to make bubbles.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Step 4. Dip your bubble blower into the bubble water/paint solution then gently blow out onto the watercolor paper. It’s better to go slow and be low to the paper so the painted bubbles adhere to the paper. Repeat with many different colors.

**NOTE: Make sure children are supervised when doing this and that they are blowing OUT. Please do not attempt to do this art activity with young children who do not know the difference.

Since this is a bottle, it’s unlike straw art where it’s easier to blow in and but please still be careful in making sure children understand to always blow OUT.

The top two photos are when the bubbles dissipate and dry. Isn’t this the most gorgeous and colorful art? It’s like a explosion!

When you are done you want to wait overnight or until the paint dries completely. Just leave it outdoor and hope it doesn’t rain!

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

What can you do once it’s dried? Cut into note cards or , cut into shapes to make buntings, , decorate scrapbooks, or notebooks.

You can also laminate to make or gift tags, etc. You could also just cut and frame into art. The possibilities are endless!

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

A creative way to blow bubbles and makes a great large scale collaborative art project!

Step 2. Lay your drop cloth down outside. Tape large pieces of watercolor paper together, lay them down on the drop cloth.

RECYCLED BOTTLE BUBBLE ART WITH KIDS

Step 3. Give each child a bowl and add bubble solution. Add liquid watercolors to the bowl at a ratio of around 1:3. So 3 parts bubble solution, 1 part watercolors. You may need to experiment with this, but don’t overdo the watercolors as then it will be harder to make bubbles.

Step 4. Dip your bubble blower into the bubble water/paint solution then gently blow out onto the watercolor paper. It’s better to go slow and be low to the paper so the painted bubbles adhere to the paper. Repeat with many different colors.

Make sure children are supervised when doing this and that they are blowing OUT. Please do not attempt to do this art activity with young children who do not know the difference.

Since this is a bottle, it’s unlike straw art where it’s easier to blow in and but please still be careful in making sure children understand to always blow OUT.

Category: Play Watch the video below to see our Recycled Bottle Bubble Art in action!

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