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WR
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I am working on a bubble trick and have two hard plastic bubbles, one is larger than the other. I have the part down where I blow the bubbles and reach in and grab the hard bubble out of the middle. I am thinking about causing the large bubble (About golf ball size) to get squashed flat (I have a flat, round piece of glass) then have the kids help me blow it large again and then we would place it back into the bubbles. I am looking for MORE to this. I want to use the smaller buble and feel it needs more. Any suggestions?
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How about multiplying the bubbles, or having them change color?

Maybe take the squashed bubble and, showing the "elasticity" of the bubble, pull it apart into two.

Or break the large bubble into several smaller bubbles.
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Hi WR,

I remember some time ago I bought candy bubbles in a novelty store. You blow them up and the kids make fish faces and catch them in their mouth. Comes in two flavors..grape and bubblegum. (Only thing is you really have to stress for kids not to do this with other bubbles...yuck ..or would leave a bad taste in their mouth!)

I don't remember the name of the store but the manufactorer lable says:
Cap Toys INC
Bedford Hts. OH 44146

There are also bubbles which don't pop and kids can actually hold them in their hands,currently being sold in scientific stores. Those are pretty cool too..may be worth checking out.
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On 2003-06-13 02:53, tkuhns wrote:
How about multiplying the bubbles, or having them change color?

Maybe take the squashed bubble and, showing the "elasticity" of the bubble, pull it apart into two.

Or break the large bubble into several smaller bubbles.


I like the pull apart idea..Smile
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Vito Lupo has some nice bubble effects.
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I have the same effect and three acrylic juggling balls. I have been going to put a routine together that involves juggling the bubbles. Maybe next spring! Can you juggle?
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Thanks All.
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On 2003-06-13 13:57, Chrystal wrote:
Hi WR,

I remember some time ago I bought candy bubbles in a novelty store. You blow them up and the kids make fish faces and catch them in their mouth. Comes in two flavors..grape and bubblegum. (Only thing is you really have to stress for kids not to do this with other bubbles...yuck ..or would leave a bad taste in their mouth!)

I don't remember the name of the store but the manufactorer lable says:
Cap Toys INC
Bedford Hts. OH 44146


There are also bubbles which don't pop and kids can actually hold them in their hands,currently being sold in scientific stores. Those are pretty cool too..may be worth checking out.
Smile


Hi!!
I have those bubbles that get hard, but its also hard to work with them!! You can only make very small bubbles with that stuff and they have to stay about a bit more than 20 seconds in the air before they get hard and you can hold them in your hand.
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I too, have been thinking about the bubbles for sometime. And can't get very far w/ thoughts. The juggling idea came to mind and a one ball magic routine consisting of vanishes and such. End w/ the ball completely gone.


Patrick, the stuff you are talking about can be purchased in kids toy stores, it is a polymer solution to my knowledge. I thought it only took about 5 seconds before they turned into a solid.

The flat bubble, consider doing manipulations w/ it.

just my thoughts,

j.
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