Super Fun Easter Egg Bath Bombs!

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Aren’t these bath bombs one of the cutest things you’ve seen in a while!! Bath bombs are so useful and so easy to make. You could give these as gifts to a teacher, friend or neighbor. You can toss them in the bath with the kiddos or use them for yourself.  They are fun to make, fun to give as gifts, and are a great gift to give.   For the instructions on how to make these beauties scroll down and see for yourself how simple these can be!!

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Super Fun Easter Egg Bath Bombs!

Ingredients (Will make 6 large bath bombs)

  • 8 oz. Baking soda
  • 4 oz. Epsom salt
  • 4 oz. Cornstarch
  • 4 oz. Citric acid
  • 3 teaspoons water
  • 2 teaspoons essential oil or fragrance oil for soaps, etc.
  • 2-5 drops food coloring
  • Larger plastic Easter eggs or silicone/plastic mold
  • Confetti sprinkles (optional)

Instructions:

  1. In a large bowl, combine the Epsom salt, cornstarch, baking soda and citric acid. Stir the ingredients together using a whisk.
  2. In a separate small bowl, mix together your wet ingredients: water, fragrance/essential oil and food coloring.
  3. Pour your wet ingredients into the bowl with your dry ingredients and whisk together.
  4. The mixture will start to clump a little. Use your fingers to ball up a bit of the mixture to see if it is starting to stick together a bit. If not, you can add a little more water, but be careful. ONLY add a very little at a time or you will ruin the entire mixture.
  5. Take one of your eggs and put a little of the confetti sprinkles in one side or both.
  6. Then start tightly packing the bath bomb powder into both sides of the egg. Make sure there aren’t any air pockets – just a small hole is enough to make your bath bomb crumble so really pack the mixture in tightly.
  7. Then push the 2 sides of the egg together and let the egg sit on a towel covered with waxed paper for at least 15 minutes.
  8. After 15 minutes carefully pry open the egg to see if the mixture has formed to the mold. If it has, it will look the picture below .
  9. The eggs need to dry completely overnight before you try and use them or package them up as gifts.

 

Thank you, bitzngiggles!!
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One Response

  1. Vanessa Nieto February 29, 2016

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