Monday, December 7, 2015

How To Pull Off The Bubble Fountain Trick

The fountain bubble trick is one of the most fascinating tricks to behold. To make the fountain  bubble sack I throw three bubbles in the air and catch the third on the wand ring as it has less drip and is more dry. It's best to form a bubble sack that is smaller and rounded rather than big, long and oval or egg shaped. That said using heavy bubble juice could be a disadvantage. Try a lighter juice. Timing is also important as your bubble may droop and bottleneck as liquid rushes to the bottom forming a heavy dripping funnel and breaking off. 

Once you have caught your dry bubble sack begin blowing into the sack using steady controlled burst or stream of air. Your bubbles should be at least 6 times smaller than the sack itself. 

1. Make sure the bubble sack itself is dry and not drooping or dripping with bubble juice by throwing three bubbles and using the third bubble.
2. Blow into the mid-center of the bubble sack rather than near the bottom of the bubble sack.
3. Avoid moving the wand up and down as this causes a bottleneck and heavy bottom
4. Using a straw blow a stream of air in the sack to keep the bubbles free floating
5. Open the top of the ring allowing the bubbles to release into an upward steady fountain stream.

The fountain bubble is the trick of tricks and a true work of art. Kids and adults alike will gaze in amazement.

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