Too Cute Tuesday: Homemade Ginger Ale

Too Cute Tuesday: Homemade Ginger Ale

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Too Cute Tuesday: Skittles Vodka

Too Cute Tuesday: Skittles Vodka

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Too Cute Tuesday: Bubble Paintings

Too Cute Tuesday: Bubble Paintings

Editor's Note: Too Cute Tuesday is a weekly craft and cocktail. We have a Bar Harbor chapter and a Saint Louis chapter.This week's post is by Sarah, blogger and Saint Louis Too Cute Tuesday organizer. Want more? See all the posts at www.toocutetuesday.com.

Inspired by the St. Louis Art Museum, last week we here at TCT-StL tried our hands at paint-infused bubble art. Sounds fancy, huh? Get ready to be amazed.

Ashley is totally in tune with her inner artist.

Supplies:
- white paper
- plastic cups/bowls (the wider the mouth, the more paint on your paper)
- straws
- dish soap
- water
- water-based non-toxic paint (poster paint works well)

Cocktail of the night:
- white wine or beer of your choice ) it was still plenty hot here in St. Louis!

Beth, Hugh, and Keith thinking about bubble-prints.

1. Troubleshoot bubble-making with the person who suggested the project. Realize that neither one of you bothered to read the directions and decide that maybe a few guidelines would be helpful after all. We used this website: http://www.things-to-make-and-do.co.uk/painting-and-pictures/bubble-painting/bubble-painting.html Realize that there is more to it than what you did when you were five.