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Sponge Water Bombs

 My blogger friend at Ramblings of a Christian Mom  made these same sponge bombs a couple weeks ago and it made me want to do it too.  :) 

After you tie them get some water and get outside  to have an awesome fun time.  Some of the bombs I used 3, 6, and 8 sponge pieces.  :) The variety was nice to have.  The smaller one worked much better for my 15month old.  :) 

We have had a constant heat wave this summer so finding new ways to get wet have been a hit with my kids!  :)  What are you doing to stay cool this summer?  

These are very simple to make, it only takes 3 steps. 
Step one: Buy sponges
Step two: Cut sponges in long strips
Step three: Line them up and tie them with yarn, fishing line, or even floss.  I used yarn. 


What a fun idea! I've never seen these before. Newest follower, stopping by from Sassy Shopper Reviews. We have a great Sweet Pea Maternity gift card giveaway going on if you're interested. :)
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Anonymous said…
You can use a zip tie and they will last much longer than a tie of string or something. These are great!
Unknown said…
Love these! I am a new follower. Hope to see you at True Aim! Thanks for sharing.
We made this with our boys and they love them in the pool and the bathtub. Thank you for sharing on Saturday Show and Tell. I hope you'll join us again this week with some more great ideas!
Rebecca English said…
Oh these look fun, great for summer and so colourful

Thanks for linking to the Sunday showcase.

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