What Can Be Made Out of Bubble Wrap | Bubble Wrap Experiment

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Introduction: What Can Be Made Out of Bubble Wrap | Bubble Wrap Experiment

https://youtu.be/A2so-u0Wkqs

Step 1: From Bubble Wrap Can Made Many Ideas

In this instructables tutorial I show you how to make candy jell-o in forme bubble wrap.
You need:
- bubble wrap;
- 300 ml of boiling water;
- 70 g gelatin of sour cherries;
- syringe.

Step 2: Here's a Quick and Easy Dessert Idea I Wanted to Re Create - DIY Bubbles Jell-o!

Step 3: These Shots Look Just Like Real Orbeez Jell-o.

Step 4: This Recipe Realy Amazing Art Especially the Part Where I to Eat It)))!!!!!!

Step 5: So Gummy and Delicious!

I hope you enjoyed!

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    53 Discussions

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    tlm67
    tlm67

    4 years ago

    suplamintig bone marrow toxicploicthil clorid mkes for a charming dessert

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    Zaacharia
    Zaacharia

    Reply 3 years ago

    Could you translate that into English?

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    TimF13
    TimF13

    3 years ago

    ...Is it safe to eat?

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    JanetB84
    JanetB84

    4 years ago

    Wow! That is really awesome. Kids would love this. Could probably easily make to look like eyeballs or layered. My three mid twenty year olds would love this. They still eat gummy candy...me too.

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    flyingpuppy
    flyingpuppy

    4 years ago

    Ha! Cover this with Fauxtex, and you can make a nasty bleeding wound on demand!

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    cramming
    cramming

    4 years ago

    Bubblewrap is made of toxic polyvinyl chloride and definately not suitable for anything with good. :o

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    Dniblo
    Dniblo

    Reply 4 years ago

    ...you mean the same toxic Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) that Blood Bags, IV Bags and hydration bladders are made from? While it is a good try, most bubble wrap is a multi-layer barrier Poly co-extrusion composed primarily of polyethylene with some Nylon layers to help contain the air.

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    SueC60
    SueC60

    Reply 4 years ago

    Oh Please! The human body is exposed to toxic things continuously. I believe, yes, some are cumulative, however unless you are seriously compromised this would not be harmful. Think about it, it is not something that a person is going to consume in large quantities and ona daily basis. Do you use sandwich bags? And do you ever eat birthday cake or cupcakes?

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    dabooge
    dabooge

    Reply 4 years ago

    Most bubble wrap is made of polyethylene LDPE. I Doubt that it's made in a sterile process though.LDPE is used in a lot of food containers.

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    kennan
    kennan

    Reply 4 years ago

    Yeah, I don't think any bubble wrap is made with PVC.

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    nic.bryan.73
    nic.bryan.73

    Reply 4 years ago

    And even it it was, PVC is used in the water-pipes inside houses. There's a good 8 feet of PVC tubing connecting the water spigot on my grandma's fridge, and a 4 foot length connecting my RO filter at home. It's only toxic if you burn it.

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    dabooge
    dabooge

    Reply 4 years ago

    I found this info,

    Plastic pipe such as PVC (polyvinyl chloride, used for cold water only), and CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride, used for both hot and cold water) have been around for years, and both are approved for use with drinking water.

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    nic.bryan.73
    nic.bryan.73

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you Dabooge. I didn't actually know there were specific types of PVC for hot vs cold water.

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    nealalan
    nealalan

    Reply 4 years ago

    I doubt it's PVC plastic. And PVC is never suppose to be used for drinking water lines, particular hot drinking water.

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    nealalan
    nealalan

    4 years ago

    If you want to kill yourself or give yourself cancer, there is way more fun ways to do it than eating chemicals in bubble wrap.

    This is great if you want To make some art, but not for inside your body!

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    FerreiraN
    FerreiraN

    Reply 4 years ago

    I respect your fears.
    But it's your fear talking, not science or knowledge.
    Stay calm, learn more and avoid scaring people for no reason.

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    MonsterM2
    MonsterM2

    Reply 4 years ago

    Umm... No. Sorry.

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    GinnyS5
    GinnyS5

    4 years ago

    So we can't eat it...freeze it and use it for first aid. Plus it will smell nice.

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    agis68
    agis68

    4 years ago

    creative...

    how you succeded not cooldown the gelo in the needle of the syringe???? Preheated needle?

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    mjursic
    mjursic

    4 years ago

    Bubble wrap us made of lead-based gluten, and infused with multi-resistant e-coli. Oh wait--what? It's just plastic? Well carry on! If it tastes good, enjoy! Nice creative little instructible. Thanks. :-)