Scented Backyard Bubbles

Scented Backyard Bubbles

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INGREDIENTS

Purchased bubble solution
LorAnn Fragrance Oil or Essential Oil, any scent (1/2 teaspoon per 1 cup solution, or as desired)
Plastic bottles with screw top (the bottles we used are sold in craft stores as containers for storing jewelry beads.)
18 to 20 gauge craft wire (any color)

Liquid food coloring, (optional)
Decorative stickers (optional)
Ribbon (optional)
Beads (optional)

Note: When using fragrance oils, it's best to use non-plastic bowls and utensils for mixing as the scent could permeate your plastic-ware

DIRECTIONS

  1. In a non-plastic bowl, stir together 1/2 teaspoon LorAnn Fragrance Oil, 1 cup bubble solution and liquid food coloring. 
  2. Fill bottles with mixture. Decorate bottles with stickers, if desired. 
  3. To make bubble wands, measure a length of wire at least 1 inch longer than the height of the bottle. Bend wire at one end to make the blowing loop of the wand. (see picture) Decorate with beads if desired, then bend other end of wire to form a small hook. 
  4. Tie a ribbon around the neck of the bottle and hang wand from ribbon.

Scented Backyard Bubbles


Scented Backyard Bubbles
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Enhance store bought bubbles with food coloring and fragrance oils. Pour into hand decorated jars and you have a great party favor!
Ingredients
  • Purchased bubble solution
  • LorAnn Fragrance Oil or Essential Oil, any scent (1/2 teaspoon per 1 cup solution, or as desired)
  • Plastic bottles with screw top (the bottles we used are sold in craft stores as containers for storing jewelry beads.)
  • 18 to 20 gauge craft wire (any color)
  • Liquid food coloring, (optional)
  • Decorative stickers (optional)
  • Ribbon (optional)
  • Beads (optional)
  • Note: When using fragrance oils, it's best to use non-plastic bowls and utensils for mixing as the scent could permeate your plastic-ware
1. In a non-plastic bowl, stir together 1/2 teaspoon LorAnn Fragrance Oil, 1 cup bubble solution and liquid food coloring.2. Fill bottles with mixture. Decorate bottles with stickers, if desired.To make bubble wands, measure a length of wire at least 1 inch longer than the height of the bottle. 3. Bend wire at one end to make the blowing loop of the wand. (see picture) Decorate with beads if desired, then bend other end of wire to form a small hook.4. Tie a ribbon around the neck of the bottle and hang wand from ribbon.
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