Easy DIY Homemade Bubbles and Refill Station

Easy DIY Homemade Bubbles and Refill Station

Easy DIY Homemade Bubbles and Refill Station

Do your kids love bubbles but spill them all the time?  Make your own Easy DIY Homemade Bubbles and Refill Station to keep the bubbles popping!  If you use any large sized liquid laundry detergent you can create a bubble refill station.

The bubble recipe I am using comes from Raising Little Superheroes and can be found here.  This is a simple recipe that you can make with only three ingredients that you probably already have on hand.

I am so excited to debut our bubble refill station this spring as it will hopefully help keep tears to a minimum.  In previous years when the bubbles spilled and we didn’t have any left in the house we would end up with sad kids.  This year – the kids will just have to head over to the refill station and they will be set to play longer.

Materials Needed

  • Empty laundry detergent bottle with push button spout
  • Homemade bubbles
  • Paint and decorate the laundry detergent bottle (optional)

Instructions

  • Thoroughly rinse the inside of the laundry detergent bottle – let dry.
  • Paint (optional – I decided to paint my bubble refill dispenser so it doesn’t look like a laundry bottle and hopefully it doesn’t end up getting thrown out in the winter mistakenly).
  • Decorate/label the bottle (optional) – I would recommend spray paint (I didn’t because we didn’t have any spray paint in the house).  I used a permanent marker to label the bottle.

Easy DIY Homemade Bubbles and Refill Station

    • Make three single batches of homemade bubbles (pour one batch into the dispenser and start making the next batch).
    • Set up the dispenser outside.
    • Show the kids how to operate the dispenser and refill their own bubble containers (or keep the dispenser up high and refill containers yourself depending on your children’s ages).
    • Have fun!!

If you really love Bubbles at your house – make sure you take a look at the following posts from some other great bloggers.

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Find the Letter B is for Bubbles from 3 Boys and a Dog

Science Fair Project: Which Bubble Solution Works Best? from Planet Smarty Pants

Bubble Frames from Brain Power Boy

Where to Find Bubbles in Nature from FrogMom

POP! Bubble Wrap Number Formation from Kara Carrero

Blowing Bubbles with Household Objects from Playground Parkbench

Bubble Science Experiment from Pre-K Pages

Bubble Wrap Gross Motor Play from Schooling a Monkey

Bubble Painting from Play & Learn Every Day

Circle Time Bubble Songs from Parenting Chaos

Learning about Bubbles from Our Daily Craft

Bubbles & Letters Sensory Play from Books and Giggles

Super Fun Bubble Toys to get your kids moving!  from Gym Craft Laundry

Bubble Sunflower Art Activity from Preschool Powol Packets

DIY Bubble Wands from CraftCreateCalm

Bubble Counting Play Dough Mats from Simple Fun for Kids

{Free Printables} Under The Sea Bubbles ABC Matching Game from Play Dough & Popsicles

 

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