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I came across this neat art ideas for kids website named "Hello Wonderful. It's one of the better ones I've seen and has a lot of inspiration for all sorts of art projects you could do for a Bible story.

In particular, I liked this BUBBLE ART page that uses a unique bubble blower that you make out of a recycled water bottle and some mesh.

We made these at home and they were indeed a blast and simple to make.  They work just fine with liquid dish soap and some water (no need to buy bubble solution or glycerin because the mesh makes MOUNDS of bubbles, not the single bubble-kind that blow away. Use Dawn Free and Clear or other clear dish soap, then mix in some water and watercolor paint or acrylic and you have a fun art medium that could be used for many stories.

What else creates with "breath"??   The Holy Spirit, of course.
See my Pentecost Acts 2 art mural idea using this technique!

I'm also using the idea for a Fruit of the Spirit lesson I wrote with our Writing Team.

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