Bath Bombs!











Rose mould, fragrance and colour.  Plus rose petals!
















Great gifts!








Instructions will follow later, i promise!







I used pouring soap to make these and they turned out fab!  Although the rose bits and lavender bits discolour.  I left the rose pieces out of this set.  They smell fab too!


I’ve made bath bombs, lip balm and face masks in the past.  My latest trial is soap.  Pics coming soon!

Has anyone else tried out any of these?

This is copied from Stay at home mum,  an Australian site.  This is something i would like to try.  I’ve made bath salts before but using different ingredients.  I added a few teaspoons of the mixture into a square of white material and tied with white thread.  I filled a canning jar (asda £1) with the little pouches, and tied a ribbon to the metal fastening.  They made great presents, alone or along with bath bombs in the same jars.

Bath Salts.
1 cup Epsom Salts (1kg $6.76)
1 cup coarse salt (rock salt 2kg $1.82)
3 tablespoons milk powder (1kg $6.44)
food colouring and essential oil. This mix will fill 2x500g jars (of course make smaller jars and it will go further!)
I work it out to cost $1.04 for 1x500g jar based on Woolworths prices. Add a little note or a Santa handprint from the kids and Grandma will love it!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. mozaika szklana
    Jan 12, 2012 @ 03:30:04

    good job. so cool writing. like it.


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