Activities & Days Out / 8 September, 2020 / Nanny Anita
I apologise now for these instructions, it is a little bit tricky to explain how to make these geometric bubble wands, but bare with me, it will be worth it.
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6. and 7. Repeat the process with 2 straws on a new pipe cleaner.
8. and 9. This should leave you with just one straw and one side to complete.
You can do a similar thing to make a pyramid, which is actually easier to make as you only need 6 pieces of cut up straw and fewer pipe cleaners.
When you come to add it to your bubble mixture we found it best if you had a smaller bowl that you could completely submerge the shape, rather than a shallow dish, which usually resulted in the shape being squished.
To find our perfect bubble mix go here.
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