I wasn’t expecting the lawnmower to be such a hit! Here’s a recipe for DIY bubbles for kids.

Yes, she’s mowing the lawn in my pearls 😂🤣😂.

I was in no way shape or form expecting the lawnmower / bubble machine to be such a hit! Which also explains why you didn’t buy more bubbles.

This afternoon I felt like CRAP! My allergies are all over the place and Kricket wants to play outside. She’s been doing this pointing thing lately. She wants me to get the bounce house out, her car, the lawnmower and the side walk chalk. Here’s the problem we’re out of bubbles and Amazon is delivering them at a snails pace. So I googled how to make your own bubbles. Guess what … it actually worked! I was shocked! Here’s what you need.

Ingredients:

  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 cup of dish soap
  • 1/4 cup corn Syrup

Tools Needed:

  • Pitcher
  • Large pot or bowl
  • Mixing cups
  • Silicone spatula

Directions:

  • Put water in your bowl or pot then add the soap.
  • Gently stir until well combined.
  • Add corn syrup and stir until you don’t see the syrup at the bottom of the pot.
  • Pour mixture into your glass pitcher. Enjoy!

A couple of other options:

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