Perfect Lush D.I.Y. Just Like the Real Thing - WITH RECIPE

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DIY Bath Bombs!

DIY Bath Bombs! These are easy, fun and pretty inexpensive to make when you consider that a large one sells for $6 at the mall. They make wonderful gifts too and are a great craft to make with kids! Supplies & Recipe (with affiliate links to amazon BUT please note that everything EXCEPT citric acid and fragrance will be cheaper from your local grocery store, I want my peeps to get good deals!) *Dry ingredients-whisk together in a bowl. 1 cup Baking Soda 1/2 cup Citric Acid 1/2 cup Epsom Salts 1/2 cup Corn Starch *Wet ingredients- Put in a small jar and shake 1 Tablespoon water 1 Tablespoon mineral oil (you can use melted coconut oil, soybean or olive oil but I chose mineral/baby oil as it will not turn rancid which is not an issue if you are using the bath bombs soon) 1 teaspoon of fragrance oil (I used one tsp or 3 droppers full but other recipes called for 6 which seemed like a lot. Use your own tastes and jugement) Liquid food coloring (as desired) Bath bomb moulds: Directions: 1. Whisk dry ingredients together. Slowly add the freshly shaken wet ingredients to the dry and combine with a whisk until there are no big lumps and it looks like sand. 2. Overfill both halves of your mold and press together firmly. You can use other moulds you have as well but you need to pack the mixture in very tightly or the bath bomb might crumble when you remove it from the mold. 3. Remove the bath bomb from the mold and set in a tray/box lined with plastic wrap to dry for 48 hours. 4. After 48 hours wrap with plastic wrap and blast with a hairdryer for a professional look. You can also add in dry pressed flowers when you warp them for a beautiful presentation. Want a side of science with your art? Why does it fizz? The citric acid is an acid and it reacts with baking soda (a base) just like vinegar and baking soda does. The bombs are quiet until water activates the citric acid and the reaction begins. The bubbles that are created are carbon dioxide. The corn starch serves two purposes: 1. it acts as a filler and a buffering agent between the citric acid and baking soda so you get a "slow fizz" rather than an explosion and 2. it is a binder and helps the bath bomb hold it's rock hard shape until dunked in water. The remaining ingredients are therapeutic! Epsom salts will soothe sore muscles and soften skin The oils smell nice and will moisturize skin and the food color is pretty. DIY Bath Bombs! My goal is to provide you with inspiration! Subscribe for frequent watercolor painting and crafting tutorials! Want more inspiration, here are some classes! Check out my New Watercolor Classes: Enroll in my Craftsy Mixed Media Class: I often get asked about my favorite supplies. You can find & shop them here: Credits: Video production and Craft ideas: Lindsay Weirich Music: Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Sign Up For The Frugal Crafter News! For Sponsorships or Product Reviews email Lindsay at: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE! Follow along and have fun! Thefrugalcrafter Community on Facebook: Join in the fun! Visit my blog: Follow me on Pinterest: Twitter: Instagram: Subscribe: *This post may contain affiliate links

Inspired by After Eight's..... Handmade Soap - 20% off all stock Now!

Every good meal should be finished with an After 8 and a cup of coffee! One of my very favourite treats at Christmas Holiday time is After Eights. These soaps are inspired by the famous Rowntree After Eight's. Dark Chocolate with a minty centre. As pleasing as the real thing. This is the soapy version! Do Not Eat! Available at

Black Raspberry & Vanilla Cup Soaps & A Little FAIL

Come watch me make Soapy Cupcakes with Black Raspberry & Vanilla fragrance from Natures Garden.


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Rainbow Splat Soap Cake

RECIPE INCLUDED BELOW. This 2 tiered frosted cake takes 2 days to make and cutting is the 3rd day. Buy this soap at:- FRAGRANCE:- Rose Petal Jam from Silkmagik:- COLOURS:- PINK:- PURPLE:- GREEN:- BLUE:- WITH RECIPE:- A nice simple easy to use fool-proof recipe, that does not stick to your moulds, (ONE THAT I USED OFTEN) :- This recipe will make HALF the quantity amount I have in this video. Recipe as follows:- 525grams x Solid Coconut Oil 435grams x Solid Palm Oil 325grams x Sunflower/Canola Oil 425grams x Olive Oil (I use Extra Virgin, but you can use any) 207grams x Castor Oil Water x 400grams (you can increase your water if you like) Lye x 237

Join me as I make Perfect Lush D.I.Y. Sex Bomb Bath Bombs, just like the real thing. Look the same, perform the same and even smell the same.

RECIPE in Kilo's and LB's for European and International Makers:-
1250g (2.75lb's) Bicarbonate of Soda
625g (1.3lb's) Citric Acid
100g (0.22lb's) Carrier Oil (I used sweet almond)
1 teaspoon Titanium Dioxide
1/4 teaspoon CI45430 (RED 27)(red/pink)
1/8 teaspoon CI17200 (RED 33) (pink/red)
1 tablespoon cI 60730 (violet 43)
1 teaspoon Polysorbate 80 (optional)
Hot Pink Mica:-
Pure Purple Mica:-
Witch Hazel to Spray Mixture



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