Introduction: Bubble Bath Reminder

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OK, OK, I know.... nobody needs a bubble bath reminder... but is fun to have one long, relaxing bath tub right? even if is not with bubbles it still is a good experience that we want to repeat ... but.... a busy lifestyle... other important people in our lives takes priorities over our already tight schedule... and maybe, just maybe... we need a silent reminder of a good old bubble bath .

Step 1: Materials

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medium size glass jar with an big opening, (I used a salsa jar) blue and gold paint, tap water, rubbing alcohol, liquid hand soap (not showing) small rubber duck.

Step 2: Materials

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napkin holder, candle, lighter, stickers, piece of ribbon.

Step 3: Paint

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the outside of the jar lid in gold.

Step 4: Blue

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paint will go on the inside of the jar lid.

Step 5: Fill

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Fill the jar with tap water. Tip: at this time is good to check that the duck is going to float straight; close the lid and turn it upside down, If it does not float evenly squeeze any water that went inside the rubber duck and glue a penny at the bottom of it preventing water to go inside.

Step 6: Add

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a little of rubbing alcohol, to preserve the water.

Step 7: Add

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a drop or two of liquid hand soap to make the bubbles.

Step 8: Drop

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the small rubber duck.

Step 9: Hold

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the jar on the napkin holder by side; light up the candle, and drop some wax around the lid of the jar to avoid any water leakage.

Step 10: Turn

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the jar upside down in a rapid movement to hold the duck straight, shake a little to make the bubbles appear.

Step 11: Tie

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a ribbon to cover the wax and put some stickers for the finishing touches. Now, put it where you can see it once in a while. Enjoy!


leticiamaeda (author)2014-02-04

Great!!!! Loved the canddle wax idea! Congrats :)

PrismQuartz (author)2012-01-22

This is so cute! And perfect for 'just because' gifts! :D Thank you

icewolf (author)2009-04-17

My 4y old sister's birthday is soon, so I think I'll make it for her. thanks for the idea. I think using hot glue instead of wax is a better idea. It's more resistant.

cremolada (author)icewolf2009-04-19

Yes, I think your little sister will love it, and yes, I think you are right about the hot glue, I didn't think of it. I can say you are smart and generous.

icewolf (author)cremolada2009-04-28

thanks ;)

cremolada (author)icewolf2009-04-28

You are welcome.

mknowles (author)2009-04-15

My gf and I love doing things then giving small reminders of them afterwards to preserve the memory. I hadn't thought of something like this for an event as simple as a bath. Great idea!

cremolada (author)mknowles2009-04-19

Thank you for your comments. Take care of you both. Care if the one thing every relationship needs. Right?

fmock (author)cremolada2009-04-22

Silvia You are the best. I LOVE YOU!!!! Fatima

Naomi2969 (author)2009-04-16

This is the best!! I love making things that have meaning and take little time. Thank you.

cremolada (author)Naomi29692009-04-19

I am glad you like it. Thank you for your comment. Have fun1

ChrysN (author)2009-04-16

That looks really cute, I love it!

cremolada (author)ChrysN2009-04-19

Thank you ChrysN, I am glad you like it.

scoochmaroo (author)2009-04-15

I love this. And it never occurred to me that alcohol would preserve the water. I definitely need a bubble bath reminder! What a great gift idea.

cremolada (author)scoochmaroo2009-04-19

Yes, I used it when I made a snow glow for the my daughter when she was a little girl. The only difference with the bubble bath reminder is to glue a mall toy inside the jar lid, fill the jar with water and add some glitter.

Weissensteinburg (author)2009-04-15

What do you mean by preserve the water? The hand sanitizer does contain alcohol..

you are right.!!!!!! Thanks

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