DIY Craft: How to Make Bubble Art with Paint and Bubbles

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Bubble Art with Paint and Bubbles

Difficulty: Easy
Great for

2nd and 3rd

grade girls
Total time

30

minutes

Learn how to make a bubble art masterpiece with a few simple ingredients. You can learn through directions and pictures and a short video at end of post showing how to do it. Let’s get started!

For this craft you will need

How to make craft

  • Add three tablespoons of bubble solution or dishwashing detergent and two tablespoons of paint to a cup. Mix them together and then add a little bit of water. To prepare the mixture you might want to use lower glasses or dishes. I’ve used plastic cups but I cut them in half so the bubbles get some of the color. If you make a lot of bubbles when they get out of the glass they will be transparent. 
  • So when the mixture is ready put the straw inside and make a lot of bubbles. Take the cardboard and kind of slide it below the bubbles so they will stay on the cardboard. Pop the bubbles and you will get a piece of art. 
  • Use many different colors and play a little. You can use another technique by putting the straw in the mixture and then place it a little above the cardboard so when you blow the bubble it is straw on the cardboard and when you pop it you will get a colored circle. 
    One more advice, use cardboard because if you use regular sheets of paper they can be damaged by all the water sprinkling around. Have fun!

Craft Video

Notes

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My name is Jodi Carlson, I am a mom, wife, & web designer and come with 25 years of GS experience. I am now sharing my experiences and helping other Girl leaders be great and successful and shape today’s girls to be the leaders of tomorrow. I was blessed with a Son in March of 2015 and stepped down as a full time girl leader, but missed planning and volunteering, so I decided after 25 years I have so many ideas to inspire girls and help leaders so I choose to build this blog and it has grown into a resource beyond GS, I am reaching girl leaders in many organizations.