Don't burst my bubble!

Little Guy #1 LOVES bubbles. One of the few nice things about my baby getting older is that he now understands how to actually make them. Last summer was a sad combination of eaten bubbles and spilled jars of bubbles.

This summer (well, it's practically summer), I got all creative and stuff and started making my own solution. The recipe is loosely as follows:

6 cups distilled water
1/2 cup dish soap
1 1/2 tbsp. glycerin (you can find it in the lotion aisle at Walgreens)

Mix it together and have fun! This recipe makes a ton, so either cut it down or pour it in several different containers. Nothing kills the mood like a kicked over jar of bubbles.

And if you want to get really wild and crazy, you could even add food coloring. It might be a good idea for me, since it looks like we get all the orange bubble wands.


  1. I love blowing bubbles! We had bubbles at our wedding!

    The kids enjoy bubbles too. Thanks for sharing that recipe and bringing back great (bubble memories)

  2. thanks for sharing your recipe! We will def use it this summer...the girls love bubbles.

    Thanks for stoppin by and commenting!


  3. bubbles are the epitome of summer for me, so that is pretty sweet that you made your own!

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  4. my niece loves bubbles - i'll have to pass this along to my sister :)

  5. Thanks for the bubble recipe! I found an empty bottle of bubble solution on my dryer that was full earlier in the day and so I looked in the washer.....yes it was in the thingy where you put fabric softner. Easy to get out thankfully. My 5 1/2 year old never ceases to surprise me :).


  6. Thanks, I'll probably be needing this a lot this summer, we spill more than we blow here too :)

  7. Thanks for the recipe! My kids are bubble-aoholics
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