Featured DIY: Rainbow Bubble Snakes

Summer is at its halfway point, and the kids are starting to get restless! No school means no work, but it also means an empty itinerary for the kids, and busy days for mom. To help all you busy parents out, and keep your summers exciting and new, we wanted to share this DIY idea with you! Very similar to the water blob we last shared, it'll give your kids something new to do and experiment with. Invite over a few of their friends and let them go crazy with this one! If you want to know how to create these rainbow bubble snakes, keep reading!

We found this creative summer bucket list idea on Pintrest from a blog called Housing A Forest. This blog is filled with a bunch of new and innovative ways to keep your kids entertained on boring days, so check it out!

To sum things up, making these rainbow bubble snakes is actually really easy. First thing to do is cut off the bottom of a water bottle, and slide an old (but clean) sock over the open end. Colorful duck tape or a rubber band could be used to secure the sock to the bottle. Next, pour some dish soap in a small dish, and dip the sock-covered end of the water bottle in the solution, and gently blow. If you want to add color, simply add a few drops of food coloring to the end of the sock! This super fast and easy DIY idea is the perfect way to create new and fun bubbles. Let us know what you think of this idea in the comments below, and check out the full article here!

Kalei Munsell

Posted by Kalei Munsell

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