Painting with Bubbles

Bubble painting with kids is easy set up, easy clean up with super cute colorful results.  Combine the toddler love of painting and blowing bubbles into one activity.
 Have you ever tried painting with bubbles?  It is a fun twist on painting and a twist on blowing bubbles.  My girls loved it and makes for minimal mess painting.

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To get started you will need to gather up your supplies.

Supplies:
-bubble solution (I use the stuff you buy at the store)
-liquid watercolors (found HERE)
-mixing containers
-bubble wands
-paper
Bubble painting with kids is easy set up, easy clean up with super cute colorful results.  Combine the toddler love of painting and blowing bubbles into one activity.
 First, I poured a little bubble solution into each of the four containers.  It was only about an inch deep because we were down to our last bottle of bubbles. Next, I squeezed a few drops of liquid watercolors into each container.  (You can find the set of watercolors that we use HERE.  We've been using them for a few years and they are still going strong.)  Then, I stirred up the bubble solution and the watercolors.  I stuck wands in each dish and took everything outside.  
Bubble painting with kids is easy set up, easy clean up with super cute colorful results.  Combine the toddler love of painting and blowing bubbles into one activity.
 I showed my girls how to blow the bubbles close to the paper.  They got color on the paper when they dripped some of the solution and every time a bubble popped.
Bubble painting with kids is easy set up, easy clean up with super cute colorful results.  Combine the toddler love of painting and blowing bubbles into one activity.
 As you can see the colors are very light and pastel like.  It did not stain their hands because the watercolors were basically mixed with soap so it was an easy clean up, too.
Bubble painting with kids is easy set up, easy clean up with super cute colorful results.  Combine the toddler love of painting and blowing bubbles into one activity.
They got to practice blowing bubbles and we got pretty paper out of the deal.  We ended up cutting the paper once it dried and making it into ice cream for ice cream cone pictures per my daughter's request.  There you have it - an easy way to paint outside and blow bubbles.

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