The girls and I made some BATH BOMBS a few Valentine's ago. We had a go at some this week too. But it gave me another idea. Another fun activity to do for Easter: EASTER BATH BOMBS.
You can find the recipe and instructions by clicking on the above photo. All you will need is:
- 100g bicarbonate
- 50g cream of tartar
- 1 tablespoon of olive oil
- 2 teaspoons of essential oil
- Food colouring
- 20g Epsom Salts
Then follow the STEP by STEP instructions in the link, I have already mentioned, by clicking on the top photo. I also have a lot of information on how the bath bombs work and why I only use this particular recipe.
Instead of hearts and stars I used my mini Easter Egg moulds.
We had lots of fun making them and the best bit is in the bath! Watching them fizz away! Such excitement! I will be definitely making some for Easter presents this year.
We can't stop making them at the moment anyway!
Do remember that when you leave them to dry out it's works really well to leave them out on some kitchen roll.
Spray a little water on each of them, just a tiny amount, I use a water spray bottle for this. It gives the bath bombs a lovely finish.
Don't forget it's important to store them in a dry place and it's best to use them within three weeks.