Bubble painting - the first messy church book has this as an activity but the instructions are scant. This gives some helpful tips.

Bubble painting - the first messy church book has this as an activity but the instructions are scant. This gives some helpful tips.

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Bubble painting. Awesome and fun idea. I'm thinking of taking it a bit further with my grandkids and using a large foam core board then after it dries, placing a few photos of the grandkids, maybe even having them each do a separate board of their own and putting individual pictures of each on the board they did. Mod Podge over the top to seal it - wahlah! beautiful individualized wall art!!

Bubble painting. Awesome and fun idea. I'm thinking of taking it a bit further with my grandkids and using a large foam core board then after it dries, placing a few photos of the grandkids, maybe even having them each do a separate board of their own and putting individual pictures of each on the board they did. Mod Podge over the top to seal it - wahlah! beautiful individualized wall art!!

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Bubble Painting Envelopes = 1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup, then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!

Bubble Painting Envelopes = 1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup, then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!

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So Easy and Fun!! Make Bubble Paint Flower Hydrangeas + Bubble Paint Recipe!   - A Piece Of Rainbow

So Easy and Fun!! Make Bubble Paint Flower Hydrangeas + Bubble Paint Recipe! - A Piece Of Rainbow

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I used small styrofoam cups to mix about a tablespoon of water, a teaspoon of acrylic paint & a big squirt of dish washing soap. You may have to adjust these. If the bubbles aren't producing well enough, add a tiny bit more water & some more drops of soap. Colors not dark enough? Add more paint. Just mess around with it until you get the consistency you want.

I used small styrofoam cups to mix about a tablespoon of water, a teaspoon of acrylic paint & a big squirt of dish washing soap. You may have to adjust these. If the bubbles aren't producing well enough, add a tiny bit more water & some more drops of soap. Colors not dark enough? Add more paint. Just mess around with it until you get the consistency you want.

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wblut:    Ink mixed with soapy water. Bubbles dry on paper. Charlotte X.C. Sullivan.  via drgreenthumb32,visicert,wowgreat,proofmathisbeautiful,freshphotons

wblut: Ink mixed with soapy water. Bubbles dry on paper. Charlotte X.C. Sullivan. via drgreenthumb32,visicert,wowgreat,proofmathisbeautiful,freshphotons

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Bubble Printing:  1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup - then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!

Bubble Printing: 1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup - then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!

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