- 600 g of water + 200 g of a liquid for washing dishes + 100 g of glycerin
- 300 g of water + 300 g of a liquid for washing dishes + 2 teaspoons of sugar
- 0.5 cup of a baby shampoo + 1.5 cups of water + 2 teaspoons of sugar
Any recipe works. I used Recipe 1. The general rule is to hold the solution in the fridge all night. You can drop food coloring, too.
The solution is stored in a cool place. I poured the solution into a bucket from under savory tomatos and decorated it with a label! This bucket is convenient when taking out to a playground where many children could use it at the same time))
Now, about the sticks. You can make your own. Here's our version made of wire and coloured beads.
The thicker the wire, the better bubbles turn out.
Get many little bubbles from such construction, blow them out slowly to get a "beard" or quickly to see them flying away in all directions:
And our absolute hit — a bubble bottle! I used fine felt, tied it to the cut bottle end. The most important requirement to the bottle: it should have a comfortable neck for a kid to blow foam out. Yes, it is foam looking like a cool soap sausage — wind spreads it everywhere:
That's our playground. A crowd of kids ran up to me shouting: "Give me!!! Give me!!" (they meant foam sausages straight into the hands). Well, I say, this bubble bottle is an absolute hit!)))