Today we are making bubble art! Bubble art is a fun and easy way to get outside, get messy, and make beautiful art. Kids of all ages will love making this super fun bubble art craft! Explore colors, make big bubbles, small bubbles, and most importantly, have fun! You can make such cool abstract pieces of art using bubbles. Make bubble art at home or in the classroom.

Bubble Art Craft- Little hand with bubble wand dipping it into yellow bubble mixture against a wooden background- kids activities blog
Let’s mix up some bubbles and colors!

bubble Art

Colored bubbles and paper can make an easy art project that is fun to make and beautiful too. The drips and pops make such unique pieces! Mix a bunch of different colors to make a rainbow pieces, or only a few colors to make a themed piece of art. Like red, orange, and yellow for a fall bubble art. Kids of all ages like toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten kids will love making this fun and messy art.

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To make easy art with bubbles, you will need These Supplies

How To Make Fun Bubble Art

Step 1

Tape a large sheet of paper somewhere so that it’s at your child’s height. (I placed our broom across a gap between our garden hedges and taped paper onto the hanging broom).

Step 2

Make coloured bubble solution by mixing a small amount of food colouring into the bubble soap.

Step 3

Blow bubbles at the piece of paper and watch them pop and drip to make bubble art.

Craft Note:

Be warned that food colouring may stain, so it may be wise for children to wear protective clothing or clothing that you don’t mind getting stained.

Bubble Art- child blowing colorful bubbles onto a piece of paper with a green bubble wand- kids activities blog
How cool is this bubble art?

Craft Notes

  • The stronger the bubble solution, the better; (or you may end up with many ‘spray’ splats from failed bubbles).
  • This is a great group activity. The boys really enjoyed working together making art; that alone is priceless.
Bubble art- green, blue, red, and orange paint and bubbles on a big white piece of paper.- kids activities blog
Your kids can make such colorful creations!

Finding creative ways to make art will inspire children and spark their imagination.

Easy Bubble Art For Kids

Easy Bubble Art For Kids

Let's make bubble art. This budget-friendly craft only needs a few craft supplies like paper, an apron, food coloring, and bubbles! Kids are gonna have a blast making this bubble art.

Materials

  • Large sheet(s) of white paper
  • Masking tape
  • Food colouring
  • Bubble soap (See our DIY Bubble Mix Recipe or DIY Baby Bath Bubble Solution recipe for bubble soap)
  • Bubble blowing wands.

Instructions

  1. Tape a large sheet of paper somewhere so that it’s at your child’s height.
  2. Make colored bubble solution by mixing a small amount of food coloring into the bubble soap.
  3. Blow bubbles at the piece of paper and watch them pop and drip to make bubble art.

Notes

  • Be warned that food coloring may stain, so it may be wise for children to wear protective clothing or clothing that you don’t mind getting stained.
  • The stronger the bubble solution, the better; (or you may end up with many ‘spray’ splats from failed bubbles).
  • This is a great group activity. The boys really enjoyed working together making art; that alone is priceless.

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Did you try this bubble art craft? What exciting art projects have you done with your children lately? Leave us a comment. We’d love to hear about it.



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4 Comments

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  2. I genuinely enjoyed reading this particular info on art work and I’m consistently seeking for innovative ideas similar to these. I intend to discover far more via your website and look ahead to seeing much more of your artwork.

  3. Hi Hannah. I hope your boys enjoy this as much as we did. Would love to see/hear how it works out. xoxo Pauline

  4. I’ve not seen this before and am always looking for new ways to paint and have fun outdoors and this combines both of these! Thanks