Teatske has loved blowing bubbles since she was little. And because every now and then something goes wrong, I always had liters of bubble bladder in stock.
But over time, the waiting bubble bottles do deteriorate enormously. After many trials, this is the recipe with the most success.
A cup of dishwashing liquid
10 cups of warm water
4 teaspoons glycerin
Put your dish soap in a bottle and slowly add the warm water. You need warm water for the glycerine to dissolve properly.
Let the solution sit overnight. Then it works better.
Beautiful bubbles also require a beautiful stick. I did have wire. So that had to work. Get your beads, I said to Teatske. Does she come next down with the box of iron on beads not quite what I meant but the effect is only better.
Cut a piece of wire and divide it in half. Make a loop on one side. Combine the two at the end and thread the ironing beads over it.
At the end you put a thicker bead and a slightly smaller one twist the iron wire around it and put it through the thicker bead. Pull the thread tight and cut it. Make sure the ends stay inside the bead. Then your bubble wand is finished and ready for use.