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Water Bottle & Sock Bubble Blower Craft


Today, I decided to do a spin on a bubble blower craft you’ve probably seen around. Instead of cutting a portion of a sock and attaching it to the bottom of the water bottle with a large rubber band (which I didn’t have), I just used the entire sock and secured it with pipe cleaners, which I curled for some flair.

In this craft, you won’t have to destroy any socks or fabric (if you don’t want to) and depending on the sock design paired with matching pipe cleaners, you’ll have a super fun, handmade goodie to entertain the kids during the everyday or at a party!


Water Bottle
Ankle or Dress Sock (up to size 8 should be perfect)
4 or more Pipe Cleaners


Cut about an inch off the bottom of the water bottle.

Starting from the bottom of the water bottle, slide the sock up to the drinking hole.

Secure sock around the bottom of the drinking hole with a pipe cleaner (or a rubber band first). Trim excess sock if it interferes with the hole.

Tie additional pipe cleaners around drinking hole and twist them around your finger to add some fun curls.


Mix 2 parts dish soap, 1 part water in a bowl and dip the bottom of the bubble blower into the soap mixture.

Shake off excess water and blow some bubbles!





I am a member of the Walmart Moms program. Walmart is compensating me for sharing this craft with you. My participation is voluntary and all words and opinions are always my own. Read my full disclosure policy here.

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Once Upon a Curl

Thursday 19th of July 2012

Just stopping by and showing some love for the blog, can't wait to have time to go a really look through it

Hilda Mills

Wednesday 25th of April 2012

I never thought that socks can be a bubble maker. Simple idea yet seems enjoyable! :)


Tuesday 1st of May 2012

Yes, now I have use for all the socks that get lost in the wash, lol!

Carol Baker

Tuesday 24th of April 2012

Great idea. New way of making bubbles. He seems pretty much enjoying it^^

Amy @ MahliMoo

Monday 23rd of April 2012

What a neat idea! My kids would love that.

And thank you for linking this up to totally pinworthy!

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