Nature Inspired Bubble Wands
If you ever had your kids fight on who gets to use each of the bubble wands or the single one in bottle, this easy craft using household materials is for you.
Once spring hits, bubbles are a popular activity to get my kids outdoors. In each bubble bottle, we typically only get one wand which leads to one kid being able to float away in bubble fun and the other kid not-so patiently waiting their turn. Extra wands are not usually an item I have hanging around my house for this moment.
Instead, I rely on a few sticks and a couple pipe cleaners as well as variety of materials to create unique nature inspired bubble wands. The only limit is your imagination, as you can twist these pipe cleaners into nearly any shape you can dream up. We’ve tried making wands into shapes like rectangles, circles, stars, and hearts.
Per Bubble Wand:
-1 stick at least the size of a dime in thickness
-1 pipecleaner in your favourite colour
For the Best Bubbles:
We recommend Giant Gazillion Bubble Liquid
How to Make Bubble Wands
Wrap pipe cleaner around the stick into the shape desired.
Dip in bubble solution & enjoy watching your bubbles float on the breeze!
Want more great activities to try with bubbles: how about Bubble Play or Bubble Art?
We’ve got oodles of activities for kids – find something new & fun to try!
Disclosure: Our family received Giant Gazillion Bubbles product samples to try and we loved them. All the views and opinions are our own.
a passionate recreation coordinator by day, crazy farm mama of two by night. i live outdoors: growing my own food, camping and hiking with my border collie with two active kids in tow. when I’m not writing, I’m experimenting with recipes, and crafts – or anything else that might keep the monkeys entertained.