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Bath Bombs - What a Blast!

We had a blast making bath bombs during our last Stocking Stuffer classes. Bath bombs are super easy to make and they also are fantastic gifts for those people that are hard to find gifts for. This is an easy recipe to follow and it is listed below.

Collect needed items:

Baking Soda
Citric Acid
Corn Starch
Fragrance Oil of your choice
Water Soluble Color
Distilled Water in a Spray Bottle
Multi-Cube Clamshell or other Molds of your choice
Large plastic bag for mixing
Small plastic bags for individualizing each clamshell

Recipe: (Makes 6 pounds, fills 20-22 Multi-Cube Clamshells)

Recipe in pounds:
3 pounds Baking Soda
2 pounds Citric Acid
1 pound Corn Starch
Recipe in Percentages
50% Baking Soda
34% Citric Acid
16% Corn Starch

Color Note:
Adding color to this recipe can be done with ease if it is mixed with water and spritzed lightly into the dry ingredients. Try a .15 cc scoop of the water soluble dyes into a 4 oz size bottle with spray head and see how easy it is to color your bath bombs!

Weigh dry materials into a bag and mix well. If using the Multi-Cube Clamshell, weigh 4.4 ounces into a small bag. Add up to 1/2 mL fragrance oil and mix well, making sure all the clumps have been broken up. Spritz the colored water over the dry powder once or twice and then mix thoroughly. Alternate spritzes of colored water and plain water until the mixture is the texture of coarse corn meal. Be careful to not over spray or your bombs may start fizzing, so spray once or twice and mix thoroughly, then repeat if necessary. Compress finished product into Multi-Cube Clamshell or Mold of your choice and let dry thoroughly about 6-12 hours. Label and give as gifts or keep for yourself! Used the Multi-Cube Clamshell? Simply break off a cube or two into your next bath.

This recipe will make approximately 20-22 Multi-Cube Clamshells.

You can find Water Soluble dyes in our catalog at thesage.com, but I have also included links to all of our water soluble dyes here for your easy perusal!
Lemon Yellow
Purple Raspberry
Ocean Blue

Thanks to everyone in the Stocking Stuffer classes for playing, we had a great time! I hope you enjoy!


Mixing bath bombs.

Mixing bath bombs.

Look at mine!

Look at mine!

Oh dear! It is hard choosing a fragrance.

Oh dear! It is hard choosing a fragrance.

Stocking Stuffer Class Photo - Nibley

Stocking Stuffer Class Photo – Nibley

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