I’ve been wanting to make homemade bubble solutions for a few summers now, and I finally remembered to pick some glycerin up from the drug store so I would have all the ingredients. Making your own bubbles is a bit more expensive than buying a big container from the dollar store, but it makes bubbles that are much sturdier than ones you get from dollar store bubble solution. Plus, you can customize your homemade scented bubbles with whatever scent you would like!
HOMEMADE SCENTED BUBBLES
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE HOMEMADE BUBBLES WITH SCENT
You can buy larger amounts of the supplies you need to make scented bubbles online. That way you can make a big batch that will last you all summer long!
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HOW TO MAKE DIY SCENTED BUBBLES
Watch this short video to see how to make your own scented bubbles at home! I publish two new videos each week, so subscribe to my YouTube channel to catch up on all the fun.
STORING HOMEMADE BUBBLES
If you are concerned about storing the bubbles in a glass mason jar, I’ve found that old gum canisters work really well. They don’t hold a ton of bubbles, so if your kid tips it over they don’t waste too much solution. Plus they have a handy flip top that is easy for little hands to use.
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