HIP’s Summer Challenge Week #6: Homemade Bubbles
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As I mentioned here, my family is currently on the East Coast visiting my dad and grandmother. Since the weather greatly improved over the weekend (we were so ready for some sunshine; check out this post to see what I mean!), it was time to get the kiddos outside to enjoy something fun for the entire family.
So for Week #6 of HIP’S Summer Challenge, we decided to make our own Homemade Bubbles. Besides the fact that bubbles are fun for both the young and old, I love that the homemade version only requires 3 ingredients: water, Karo Light Corn Syrup and Dishwashing Liquid (we opted for Dawn)! I followed the recipe found here and it worked really well!
As you can see from the pictures, it was quite a success! My dad (known as “Papa Ed”) even got in on the bubble action and may have even enjoyed it more than the kiddos. 😉
Have you ever created homemade bubbles?!
HIP’s Summer Challenge
Every Monday throughout this summer, I will be publishing a Weekly Post centered around different activities that I have personally done with my 3 kiddos (ages 6, 8, and 11) for around $10 or less. You can check out previous Summer Challenge posts here:
HIP’s Summer Challenge Week #5: Homemade Slip N’ Slide (Inexpensive, Durable and Reusable!)
HIP’s Summer Challenge Week #4: FREE Movie Night at the Local Park
HIP’s Summer Challenge Week #3: Picking Strawberries at Local Idaho Farm
HIP’s Summer Challenge Week #2: Making Monsters University Scarers
HIP’s Summer Challenge Week #1: Bowling for Free[/h2s_box]