Friday, May 13, 2016

Time Bath Bombs


bath bomb ingredients
2 cups baking soda
1 cup corn starch
1 cup epsom salt
1 cup citric acid
1 tsp sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (Optional)
4 tsp coconut oil
2 tsp witch hazel
1-2 tsp fragrance oil or essential oil (I used sweet pachouli)


For the bath bombs first mix all of the dry ingredients except for the citric acid. You want to mix wet and dry ingredients separately and then mix them together then, add citric acid. This makes it so the reaction with the baking soda and citric acid doesn't start when you add your wet ingredients. After everything is mixed you want your mixture to be similar to wet sand and stick together on its own. 



When I mold my bath bombs I lightly overfill both sides and then push them together. If you want to make sure your bath bomb stays together, you can lightly tap one side of the mold with a spoon, take the mold off, and then check if the bath bomb is still together. After molding your bath bomb, secure your mold with a hair tie.



Let your bath bombs dry in the mold for 24 hours until you remove the molds. You can lightly tap the mold with a spoon to lossen the mold.

After they dry for 24 hours its time to decorate:) I mixed coconut oil with some mica and painted clocks on the top of them. 




Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Cheshire Cat Bath Bombs



bath bomb ingredients

2 cups baking soda
1 cup corn starch
1 cup epsom salt
1 cup citric acid
1 tsp sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (Optional)
4 tsp coconut oil
2 tsp witch hazel
1-2 tsp fragrance oil or essential oil (I used strawberry rhubarb pie)


For the bath bombs first mix all of the dry ingredients except for the citric acid. You want to mix wet and dry ingredients separately and then mix them together then, add citric acid. This makes it so the reaction with the baking soda and citric acid doesn't start when you add your wet ingredients. After everything is mixed you want your mixture to be similar to wet sand and stick together on its own. 




When I mold my bath bombs I lightly overfill both sides and then push them together. I added some edible eye candies I found at Jo-Anns to the middle of the bath bomb. (make sure you can see them on the outside) I also colored the white part of the eyes with an edible marker. If you want to make sure your bath bomb stays together, you can lightly tap one side of the mold with a spoon, take the mold off, and then check if the bath bomb is still together. After molding your bath bomb, secure your mold with a hair tie.



Let your bath bombs dry in the mold for 24 hours until you remove the molds. You can lightly tap the mold with a spoon to lossen the mold.

After they dry for 24 hours its time to decorate:) I mixed coconut oil with some mica and painted the smiles on Bottom to finish off the face. (I used Black oxide)







Thursday, May 5, 2016

Mother's Day Bath Bombs



bath bomb ingredients
2 cups baking soda
1 cup corn starch
1 cup epsom salt
1 cup citric acid
1 tsp sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (Optional)
4 tsp coconut oil
2 tsp witch hazel
1-2 tsp fragrance oil or essential oil (I used French Market)


For the bath bombs first mix all of the dry ingredients except for the citric acid. You want to mix wet and dry ingredients separately and then mix them together then, add citric acid. This makes it so the reaction with the baking soda and citric acid doesn't start when you add your wet ingredients. After everything is mixed you want your mixture to be similar to wet sand and stick together on its own. 




When I mold my bath bombs I lightly overfill both sides and then push them together. I added a special note for my mom in the middle so she can find it when it fizzes in the bath. If you want to make sure your bath bomb stays together, you can lightly tap one side of the mold with a spoon, take the mold off, and then check if the bath bomb is still together. After molding your bath bomb, secure your mold with a hair tie.







Let your bath bombs dry in the mold for 24 hours until you remove the molds. You can lightly tap the mold with a spoon to lossen the mold.

After they dry for 24 hours its time to decorate:) I mixed coconut oil with some mica and painted the word mom on the top to decorate. (I used lavender mica)



Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Cranberry Orange Bubbleroons


Bubble Bar Recipe

Dry ingredents
1 cup sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (SLSA)
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup corn starch


Wet ingredients
1/2 cup liquid glycerin
1 tbsp oil (I used olive oil)
1 tbsp water
1 tsp fragrance oil (I used cranberry orange)
1 tbsp vanilla color stabilizer
red and orange food coloring


Extras

sprinkles 




First, I put the dry ingredients in my kitchen aid and move on to the wet ingredients. With the wet ingredients you want to first measure them out and then stir them together until all ingredients are well incorporated. This is really important because if you don't mix them first your bubble bars won't stick together. Next, you want to mix wet and dry ingredients. When mixing everything together you will want to cover your kitchen aid because the SLSA can get into the air and make you cough and cause discomfort (some people like to wear a mask when working with SLSA but that is optional). After mixing everything you are ready to mold your bubble bars. Note if your mixture is not sticking together now it won't stick together later so you need to add more glycerin until a dough like consistency is achieved. 


Now to form your cookies. I just molded them with my hands until they looked like little cookies. (Make sure you have an even number of cookies)

Next I filled my cookies with the macaroon filling. For this I added a little more glycerin and oil to make the filling easier to work with. Then I put it in a sandwich bag and used that to pipe the frosting.

Now to decorate:) I dusted the tops of the cookies with some super pearly white mica from bramble berry and then put some orange sprinkles on the tops:)


Let dry for a few hours before using or gifting.
To use
Hold bubble bar under running water and watch the bubbles form:) Be careful, your tub may become slick when using bath products like this.



Sunday, May 1, 2016

Mumkin Bubble Bar (Lush Dupe)


Bubble Bar Recipe

Dry ingredents
1 cup sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (SLSA)
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup corn starch


Wet ingredients
1/2 cup liquid glycerin
1 tbsp oil (I used olive oil)
1 tbsp water
1 tsp fragrance oil (I used Juicy Couture)

1 tbsp vanilla color stabilizer
pink and yellow food coloring 



Extras

Chocolate Chips 

Edible leafs 
Star cookie cutter 





First, I put the dry ingredients in my kitchen aid and move on to the wet ingredients. With the wet ingredients you want to first measure them out and then stir them together until all ingredients are well incorporated. This is really important because if you don't mix them first your bubble bars won't stick together. Next, you want to mix wet and dry ingredients. When mixing everything together you will want to cover your kitchen aid because the SLSA can get into the air and make you cough and cause discomfort (some people like to wear a mask when working with SLSA but that is optional). After mixing everything you are ready to mold your bubble bars. Note if your mixture is not sticking together now it won't stick together later so you need to add more glycerin until a dough like consistency is achieved. 


First I rolled out my yellow dough and used the cookie cutter to make small stars to put on the top. you want these to be pretty thin.

Next I rolled the pink dough with my hands to create a ball shape, Then I put a star on the top and decorated it with my leafs and my chocolate chips.

Let dry for a few hours before using or gifting.

To use
Hold bubble bar under running water and watch the bubbles form:) Be careful, your tub may become slick when using bath products like this.





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