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Bubbles! What child can resist bubbles? Not mine, they love them and well, so do I. There is something so peaceful and calming about a floating bubble, and kids just squeal with delight when you had them some bubble solution and a wand!

Many stores sell bubble solution, and while not a bad alternative, it can really add up if you have a true bubble loving bunch! I have compiled for you several bubble recipes, that are all easy to make. Try your hand at one or more of them - the kids will love you for it!

Recipe # 1
1 quart water
12 teaspoons glycerine
8 teaspoon liquid green soap
Mix and let stand overnight. Hint: gycerine can be found
at most drug stores.

Recipe # 2
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup liquid detergent
1 tablspoon cooking oil
Mix together and have fun blowing bubbles!

Recipe # 3
1 cup water
2 Tbsp. Light Karo Syrup
4 Tbsp. dishwashing liquid
Mix together to use.

Recipe # 4
2 tablespoon dish soap
1 cup water
Mix together and use.

"Colourful Bubbles - Recipe # 1"
1 cup granulated soap or soap powder
1 quart warm water
liquid food coloring
Dissolve soap in warm water. Stir in food coloring. Use.

"Colourful Bubbles - Recipe # 2"
1 cup liquid tempra paints (use a washable variety
2 tablespoon dish detergent
1 tablespoon liquid starch

Mix together. If too thick, add a little water, a teaspoon at
a time. Note: this recipe can create messy bubbles.

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Brandie Valenzuela is a freelance writer and editor of two weekly ezines: The Family First Newsletter, which is devoted to mothers and their families, and also The Creative Scrappers Newsletter which has everything for the person who loves to scrapbook. To subscribe to either one of these free ezines, or to find out about Brandie's other services, just: http://members.aol.com/BMVCreations

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I want to try the recipe #2. I never can find glycerine, and then when I do, it is expensice, I wonder how cooking oil will work.:confused:
 
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