Remarkably, soap bubbles can be blown in very cold temperatures, freeze and remain intact if they are strong enough.
And the results are out-of-this-world. Enjoy.
Here’s how to make your giant soap bubble solution:
3 cups water
1 cup liquid dishwashing detergent
1/2 cup white corn syrup
By adding corn syrup to a basic soap bubble recipe you create a sugar polymer and a much stronger bubble that is able to live long enough to be frozen.
You want to have temperatures as cold as 9-12 Fahrenheit (or colder) so that the bubbles freeze quickly. In addition, you want to blow the bubbles up into the air so that they have time to freeze before heading to the ground.
I hope you will be successful in making your own frozen soap bubbles.
GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings