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lavender bubbles

I loved the idea for having lavender bubbles for my kids to play with either before bed or at a time when they just need to relax. I am one of those people who are not good at making home made bubbles though so I went with a different plan. I took cheap non scented bubbles added in red and blue food coloring to make a deep purple and then added in lavender essential oil. It worked! They smelled amazing and the food coloring did not stain. I added in a good amount of oil also and ended up with this shimmer look to the solution. Highly recommend for any down time.


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