Frozen soap bubbles are really cool looking. Check out this video, for example, of bubbles made at 33 degrees below zero:
But going outside to make them means braving the cold. (And not everybody has access to an outside that's cold enough for bubble freezing). If you'd rather stay in, here's a way to make frozen bubbles without braving the elements.
Basically all you have to do it get a plate, and coat it with bubble solution. Then, blow a bubble—gently!—over the plate, keeping the bubble connected to your straw. Place the bubble down onto your plate, and when it settles down, slowly remove the straw. Voilà, you've got a plate with a bubble on it. Now you just have to—again, very, very gently!—transfer it to the freezer. Check on it thirty minutes later, and you'll have a delicate little frozen bubble.
These ephemeral little gems will only last about 10 minutes. Or you could go outside and try to make some in the cold outdoors yourself.
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