Bubble Hydrangea Bouquet Art & Bubble Paint Recipe by Haley Barber - Musely
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Bubble Hydrangea Bouquet Art & Bubble Paint Recipe

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  • Step 1.
    Mix approximately 1/4 cup BioColor® paint to 1 scoop of bubble paint powder (included in can) into a large container. Stir mixture. Then, add 1/4 cup warm water and stir again.
    (OR refer to bubble paint recipe after hydrangea bouquet steps)

    Step 2.
    Fill your pie tin or paint bowl with approximately 1/4" deep of the BioColor® paint, bubble powder and water mixture. Have the young ones take their straws and blow carefully into the bowl or pan. This will cause the paint to bubble over, creating a dome shape.

  • Step 3.
    Have the young ones hold their sheets of white construction paper over the dome and lower it onto the bubbles, covering their sheets with the colorful bubbles.

    Step 4.
    The children should repeat the above step to cover different areas on their sheets of paper with the colors of their choice, engaging in a 'bubble stamping' of sorts. This will simulate a colorful bouquet of hydrangea flowers.

    Step 5.
    When the flowers dry, children can paint green leaves in and around their flowers to add more detail.

  • Bubble Paint recipe

    -2 tablespoons tempera paint (liquid, not powdered)
    -2 tablespoons dish soap. I used Palmolive. Dawn or Joy (or something along these lines should also work, but we had far less luck with all-natural dish soap).
    -1 tablespoon water
    -Paper. I cut mine into pieces that matched the size of the bowl’s opening.

  • Directions

    Pour ingredients into a small bowl. (If you decide you want more bubbles, stick to the same 2:2:1 ratio and size up).
    Insert straw into bowl and blow.
    Place paper on top of bubbles and you have a print!! Voila!


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