Basically, here are the steps:\n 1. You begin by making the cake itself.\n 2. You melt some chocolate in your microwave.\n 3. You cut a sheet of bubble wrap so that it is tall enough and wide enough to cover your cake if you wrap it around the cake’s circumference.\n 4. After you’ve checked that your bubble wrap sheet is the right size, you coat it with the melted chocolate.\n 5. You wait 10 minutes for the chocolate to dry.\n 6. You then apply the bubble wrap to the outside of your cake…
Why wouldn’t you want to tackle the washing up in this beautiful Carisbrooke Taupe Framed kitchen? Just flip the tap and bring on the bubbles as you take in its sophisticated blend of natural wood, warm grey tones and detailed cabinetry.:
Write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc. @ in-the-cornerin-the-corner
Over 65 ocean crafts for kids using common materials from around the house using paper plates, plastic bags, egg cartons etc. You'll find sea life art including crabs, jellyfish, starfish, whales, fish, and more!
Using toilet rolls and bubblle wrap in art with Alisa Burke. I have started using my cardboard rolls to roll on my texture and pattern. I cover the surface with all kinds of everyday things. Bubble wrap makes for great polka dots