How to Make GIANT Bubbles
I'll tell you How to Make GIANT Bubbles with your own homemade bubble wands and solution so that kids and adults alike can enjoy immeasurable outdoor fun.
Servings 1 gallon
- 1 cup Dawn Ultra dish soap
- 1/4 cup corn starch
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon guar gum
- 1 teaspoon alcohol
- 1 teaspoon gylcerine
- 12 cups very hot water
- 6 wooden dowels found at JoAnns
- 10 yards cotton rope found at JoAnns
- 3 heavy washers
- 6 eye hooks
To make the bubble solution:
In a very large container, mix together all ingredients except the water. Ensure all of the powder is fully incorporated.
Get tap water flowing as hot as possible and add hot water to soap solution 2 cups at a time. Stir solution to fully mix but try not to over mix such that you create bubbles.
You can use immediately or save for future use.
To make the bubble wands:
Screw an eye hook into the end of each dowel.
Cut the rope into three 10 foot pieces. This is a good length for adults. If you're making a wand for a child, you might want to cut 1-2 feet off the length.
String a washer onto the rope and then thread it through two of the eye hooks. Tie a knot to secure. In other words, when the dowels are held out, you want the rope to make a triangle with the eye hooks in the top two corners and the washer as the bottom corner (see dipping photo above).
To make your giant bubbles:
Fully submerse rope into solution. Lift straight up and allow excess solution to drip off back into container.
Pull dowels apart from each other such that rope forms a triangle shape. Either let the breeze blow the bubble or walk backwards. Close the dowels together to close bubble. Proceed to pop the bubble! Repeat.