I’m normally not very crafty and often prefer to purchase an item whether it be hand-made or store-bought than make it myself but, I have been feeling extra creative lately. I decided to whip up a batch of homemade eco-friendly bubbles in an even more clever container.
I was inspired by this “pin” on Pinterest. (If you’re not on Pinterest, the link was pinned from this post.) I purchased a container with dispenser at Target for about $6. Then I used chalkboard stickers from Michael’s – they have all sorts of designs from their Project Zone line, which is currently on clearance for 99 cents right now. They even have it by the roll, and dry erase paper by the roll as well. I cut the sticker to size and applied to the container.
For the bubbles, I preferred to make an eco-friendly kind if I could.
What you’ll need:
(makes about 12 Cups)
10 Cups water
1 Cup eco-friendly dish soap (I used the Mrs. Meyer’s Basil scent)
4 Tablespoons light corn syrup
Stir well and let set over night.
Refill old bubble containers or use small plastic cups, etc. Cover the tops of cups with Press & Seal plastic wrap and cut opening for bubble wand for a more “no spill” effect.