This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.Hi! It's Jilly. My kids love to do crafts. A few weeks ago we were at our local discovery center and they were doing bubble painting. The kids thought it was so awesome. I knew we had to try it at home with Palmolive dish soap!
Painting with bubbles is really easy, and it's a lot of fun! Let's do this thing!
Palmolive Dish Soap
Paint - I used both acrylic and washable paint
A cup or bowl for each color of paint
Paper or cardstock
1. In a cup or shallow bowl mix together some paint and dish soap. You want about the same of paint and dish soap.
2. Add water until it is a thin consistency (like a bubble solution).
3. Use a straw to blow bubbles in the solution, like when you used to blow bubbles in your glass of milk at dinner. Come on...we all did it! ;)
4. Put the paper on top of the bubbles to transfer to paint to the paper.
Or, you can blow the bubbles so that they spill over onto the paper!
Not to be outdone...three!
And the cleanup is easy because the soap is already mixed in with the paint!
The kids had a really good time with this project. Who knew you could paint using dish soap?!
There are a ton of other things you can do with Palmolive, like Bottle Bowling, manicures, or free a stuck zipper! Go to Walmart's website to check out 25 different ways to use Palmolive. While you're there enter the Palmolive "25 Ways to Use Palmolive" Sweepstakes for a chance to win weekly prizes and a $25,000 Walmart gift card! #Palmolive25Ways #CollectiveBias
What interesting ways do you use Palmolive? Do your kids love to do crafts?