How cute are these itty bitty colored bottles? The pretty colors screamed “summer” to me, and one of my favorite summer activities to do with my kids is to blow bubbles. So I put the two thoughts together and made these adorable DIY bubbles for custom party favors!
Since these are glass bottles, these DIY bubbles are not really appropriate to use with young kids, but they would be beautiful as favors or table decor for an outdoor wedding or maybe even a sweet 16 party.
- Small Glass Bottles (I used Pink, Blue & Yellow)
- Craft Wire
- Thing-A-Ma-JIG Wire Working Tool
- Wire Cutters & Round Nose Pliers
- Bubble Solution
- Mod Melts (optional)
Step one: Place the plastic pegs in the Thing-A-Ma-JIG as pictured. Cut a 15 inch length of craft wire, and loop it around the pegs to make a heart shape. Start with a loop in the center, go up and to the left, down to the bottom of the heart, up to the right, then loop again in the center.
Step three: Make sure the heart fits in the bottle. You may need to make it narrower so you can insert and remove the bubble wand easily. Fill the DIY bubbles bottle with bubble solution.
If you want to embellish the cork, use Mod Melts to make a pretty flower or button end cap. (I have a detailed tutorial on how to use Mod Melts here.) You can press the cork end into the hot glue and let it cool, or glue the cooled Mod Melt embellishment onto the cork. I decorated my “caps” with glitter paint.
I tested the bubble wands out and yes, they work! Your party guests can have fun blowing bubbles, taking fun pictures with these as a photo prop, or just taking them home as a cool party favor. How would you use your custom made bubble bottle?
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Morena Hockley is the crafty mind behind the tutorials at morenascorner.com. Morena is a stay at home mom to four young children, and crafting is what helps her maintain her sanity. It’s a wonderful outlet and it’s how she gets her “me” time. In a past life, Morena was an elementary school teacher and an assistant principal. She misses teaching, so her blog is in a sense a virtual classroom. Swing by and check out Morena’s Corner!