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  1. Waleed marwat says:

    I was just wondering did you add Oil to the water? It looks so much fun, kids around me are going to love it.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Hello! I did not use oil. Just water!

  2. Sandy in SoCal says:

    I am SO GLAD I saw this just now…I have a TON of rainbow loom rubber bands set aside for my next garage sale! Not anymore! BTW, I find Voss bottles at Albertson’s here in SoCal…usually in the water aisle on the top shelf. I have made several sensory bottles, and this one will soon be added to my collection! Thank you from a new follower!!

  3. I love this! My niece and I used some of her loom bands to make one for my baby. I found that adding some glycerine to the water kept the bands swirling for longer, and allowed my niece to make a loom band tornado by twirling the bottle just so.
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    1. Angela Thayer says:

      That’s a great idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Aww thanks for sharing. She’s so cute!! And thanks for linking back to my site 🙂

  4. Carole Dent says:

    What a fantastic idea, I will look forward to making one for my grandchildren and I was wondering if you had tried any other things that we find around the house?

  5. hi , I was wondering , did you put just water in or water and baby oil aswell ? Thanks, Angelika

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I just put tap water in the bottle. You could definitely try baby oil with water!

  6. Marcela Paolicchi says:

    I love it, I will make one for my twins, thanks!

  7. Catherine @craftykaki says:

    Yes! I love sensory bottles! I never thought to put loom bands in one. What a great idea!

  8. Great ideas, thanks for sharing please keep them coming. Enjoying them so vey much…….

  9. Great idea. Am thinking of making one for a boy I work with as he loves looking at things that float and move.

  10. I’ve made these with many different things. Instead of buying a special bottle you can recycle soda or juice bottles. Any clear plastic container you can glue the lid on and a kid can handle will work.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yes, you definitely can use other bottles!! Thanks for sharing your ideas, Stefanie.

  11. Can anyone please say where we gt these kinds of bottle?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      We’ve found the plastic Voss bottles at grocery stores, gas stations, Walgreens, and TJ Maxx. They are hard to find on Amazon. I can only find the glass bottles on Amazon, which is why I don’t link to them. Hope that helps!

      1. Ginni Cronin says:

        A lot of grocery stores sell VOSS water in the water aisle. It’s expensive if you are making them for more than one child so I would suggest you drink the VOSS water and fill it with tap water.

    2. Camille Lachney says:

      You can find them at the gas station and some grocery stores. I never heard of the brand until my sister told me about it.

    3. I got a similar bottle for under $2 at Michaels.

  12. joanne leone says:

    is it just water in bottle ?? or oil ?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      It is just water 🙂

  13. Emma Henderson says:

    This is a simple and great idea. I love it when the simplest ideas turn out to be the best.

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