You can have a lot of fun with a variety of DIY (do-it-yourself) bubble projects. Here are some fun projects that do not yet have full articles devoted to them.
You will find more projects listed on the How-To category page.
Small and medium-sized bubbles and foamsEdit
You can make really cool bubbles and bubble-foam snakes by cutting off the bottom of a plastic bottle and covering the wide end with an old soak or thin washcloth which you can secure with rubber bands or duct tape.
Here are a few pages on other sites that give you the details:
See this discussion (on SBF) for more ideas.
Make a cone from rolled up paper (that's right: paper). Dip the wide end in bubble solution and blow.
Edward's first basketball-sized bubbles were made with such a wand.
Cut off the bottom of a plastic water or softdrink bottle. Dip it into bubble juice. Blow!
An 8 oz. or 16 oz. bottle works great. It is much easier for little kids to blow bubbles with a blower like this than it is with a standard wand.
This page can use pictures or video links for all projects.