Here is another activity oriented jar gift idea. While bubbles are usually thought of as a kids thing there are lots of adults who like them too. Homemade bubble jars create the perfect setting to talk about childhood memories. Below are more bubble ideas to get you started.
Homemade bubbles: combine 12 cups water, 1 cup dawn liquid soap and 1 tablespoon vegetable oil. Stir gently. Put all of this in a $5.00 container from Target/Walmart. Inexpensive and spill proof! Give the kids Dixie cups with all your extra wands from previous bubble jars. Enjoy! Amy
If it is wintertime you can try making frozen bubbles. For a fun night-time activity, cut open and glow stick and pour it into the bubble jar.
If this idea inspires you, let me know. I’d love to share your project here too.
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I know a few puppies who love them too…. Yakira is better at catching them than Apex but both love the fun the bubbles bring.
I think they use them in the kennels at GDB sometimes to make life more interesting for the pups. It must be so much fun to watch. Not something that is approved for puppy raisers.