Kids love bubbles; blowing them, chasing them and popping them. Imagine their excitement when you make GIANT bubbles!

How to make giant bubble mixture

What you’ll need:

  • 6 Cups Water
  • 1/2 cup dish liquid
  • 1/2 cup corn flour
  • 1 TBSP baking powder
  • 1 TBSP glycerine


  1. Slowly mix all the ingredients in a bucket.
  2. Leave mixture to sit for a few hours.
  3. While you’re waiting, you can make some simple bubble wands out of two straws and some wool to make a big rectangle.
  4. When your mix is ready, hold onto the straws and dip wand into the mix, slowly pull it out and wave through the air to create the bubbles.

This is a fun activity for the kids, they will be so amazed at how big the bubbles are.

Do your kids like bubbles? SHARE with us in the comments below.

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  • Hours of fun to be had here.


  • My kids loved bubbles, my grandson loves bubbles, I love bubbles. Who doesn’t love bubbles?!


  • lol now that’s what i call a full on bubble mix! glycerine and cornflour? wow! this will be fun making it!


  • They look really amazing – thank you!!


  • I think all kids love bubbles. It’s the magic of it as they see it when they’re younger and I think older kids love to create bubbles for younger children. It reminds them of the fun.


  • Would have loved to make this when I went to school. The kids of today would love this and so cheap and simple to make. My two favourite words


  • Awesome !! my girlie finds great delight in popping bubbles.
    I don’t understand your description how to make a bubble wand out of two straws and some wool to make a rectangle ?


  • Always wondered how this happened, many thanks for sharing your knowledge.


  • A great idea, thank you for this one!


  • little man would love these!


  • This looks like great fun


  • I had to temporarily confiscate my batch. Miss 7 y.o. started blowing it directly into her little sister’s eyes. I warned her and explained why she must not do it again.


  • cool, printing this out and adding into the school holiday fun folder for the next school holidays (if we can wait that long!)


  • My daughter loves bubbles. She loves to chase them


  • Thanks for the bubble recipe. I’m going to have lots of fun trying it out.


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