We are crazy for bath bombs in this house. One of our favorite places to visit is Lush for its great
selection of bath bombs. I found all of these different Easter Egg molds and thought it would be a
cute idea to make bath bombs in the shape of Easter eggs.
What you’ll need:
16 tablespoons baking soda
8 tablespoons citric acid
8 tablespoons corn starch
8 tablespoons sea salts (or mineral salts)
2 teaspoons fragrance oil
2 1/2 teaspoons canola oil
Get various Easter egg shaped molds found at your local craft store.
Let’s get started:
Blend dry ingredients in large glass bowl with whisk.
Slowly pour in fragrance oil and canola oil, trying not to have large clumps of liquid.
Add water and desired food coloring to spray bottle. Slowly spray colored water into powdered
mixture trying not to make the mixture bubble. Keep adding water mixture until you reach the
desired color. The mixture should feel like wet sand.
Once your mixture is ready quickly add it to your molds, packing in as much as possible.
Don’t leave them in the molds very long. Tap them out gently and leave to dry. This batch
made four eggs.
When you are ready to use them just pop them in the tub and watch the magic.
Easy! Done! Enjoy!
Plan-it Vicki is the brainchild of Vicki Ross, an experienced Event Planner located in the
Hartford, Connecticut suburb of Avon. Vicki has created celebrations all over the Connecticut
Valley and as far west as the Litchfield hills and south towards Danbury. She and her staff provide
services for small, intimate dinner parties and large, full-scale events such as weddings and
bar and bat mitzvahs. Vicki can be reached at www.plan-itvicki.com or by email at: