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Sat, 03 Jul 2010
Sadly the Wizard of Oz I had downloaded from YouTube had been withdrawn, so I have set about adding a little more to Rainbow Land Instead. Enjoy. xxx

 

How to Make Rainbow Bubbles

          These days, you can equip yourself with all types of fancy gadgets in order to create rainbow bubbles: Apart from electric bubble machines, you can purchase special solutions that enhance the rainbow effect or others that allow you to create burst-resistant bubbles. However, there is still the old-fashioned method, which saves you money and the trip to the store; all you need to do is gather a couple of items from your kitchen to create some simple outdoor fun for everyone and bring back childhood memories with a modern twist.

Things You'll Need:

 4 teaspoons dish soap
1 cup water
2 teaspoons light corn syrup or glycerine (optional)
Liquid food colouring (red, blue, green)
Plastic cups
Straw
Tape (optional)

Add 4 teaspoons of dish soap to a cup of water; stir well until both liquids are combined. In order to make the bubbles, add 2 teaspoons light corn syrup or glycerine (the latter is available at your local pharmacy). Divide the solution equally into plastic cups.

Add 3 to 4 drops of different food colourings into each cup and stir until the colour is evenly blended. Create a bubble wand. An easy way is to bend a straw carefully into a loop, taping both ends together and wrapping the tape several times to create a grip. The bigger the loop, the bigger the bubble. You can skip this step if you prefer to use a simple straw.

Find a nice spot outside and dip your bubble wand or your straw into the homemade bubble solution. A thin liquid film should coat the opening of your straw or stretch in the loop of your wand. Blow your bubbles using a gentle, persistent stream of air, allowing them to grow; too much force will result in the bubble expanding too quickly, causing it to burst. Tips ; Warnings Handle your bubble solution with care, because food colouring may stain clothes and certain surfaces. Make sure bubbles do not burst too close to the faces of younger children, since bubble solution may irritate their eyes and turn the fun into tears. Don't forget to clean up when you are done. Extensive bubble blowing can make smooth surfaces slippery, potentially causing falls.
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When you think of a rainbow, most often it is with a smile and a sense of calmness. Rainbows signify a place of beauty and respite during a storm. A girl's room that is decorated in rainbows can be just that. Here are some ideas for make a great rainbow bedroom.
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