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Fun Craft: Bath Fizzies (ALL)

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, August 17, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: Kingwell 8 Bath Bombs Gift Set Best Family Spa Idea with Natural Esssential Oils Dried Flower Petals
Kingwell Bath Bombs Gift Set
How to Make Bath Fizzies

I once got some homemade bath fizzies as a gift - and I loved them!

But I wondered how to make them? Now I can!

All it takes is a little mixing, some gradual spritzing, and a few minutes of molding.

When you're finished, you'll have dozens of effervescent treats in a variety of shapes and colors that will scent and soften your bath water as they bubble.

Perfect for presents - just put them in mason jars! Or stuff stockings with cellophane bags filled with colorful Bath Fizzies.

Click for instructions

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Shopping Suggestions:
Baking soda
Cornstarch
Citric acid
Spritzer bottles
Food coloring
Glass bowl
Holiday Essential oils and Fruit Essential oils
Modern Festive Mold - Butterfly and Flower Mold - Snow Lace Mold - Doily Lace Mold - Vintage Girl Flower Mold
Image: Complete Bath Bomb Starter Kit, 2 lbs. Baking Soda, 1 Lb. Citric, 1 lb. Corn Starch, 1 lb. Epsom Salt, 4 x 1 oz. fragrances, 4 x 1 oz. FD+C = Strawberry Red, Lemon Yellow, Sky Blue, Mint Green

Or...
Complete Bath Bomb Starter Kit 

-- This is everything you need to begin making your own highly scented quality Bath Bombs!!

Includes: 2 lbs. Baking Soda, 1 Lb. Citric, 1 lb. Corn Starch, 1 lb. Epsom Salt, 4 x 1 oz. fragrances, 4 x 1 oz. FD+C = Strawberry Red, Lemon Yellow, Sky Blue, Mint Green.

(Molds not included.)

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