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Easter Egg Bath Bombs

If you need a fun homemade gift idea for Easter or you have a little one that likes a fizzy bathtime, try these simple Easter Egg Bath Bombs!

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

While I love browsing all of the scents at my local Lush store, sometimes I like to DIY for half the cost. Splurging on bath bombs only happens a few times a year, so I try to get crafty and experiment with different scents and recipes. For Easter this year, we created Easter Egg bath bombs. These are a fun Easter basket idea or a creative way to surprise a busy mama with a relaxing bath!

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

DIY Bath Bomb Ingredients:

When you prepare to make your bath bombs, try these ingredients. I linked them to a few places on Amazon so you can get them in a hurry!


Easter Egg Bath Bombs

Ready to get started? Here’s the full tutorial:

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

Materials

  • 1 cup baking soda
  • ½ cup citric acid
  • ⅓ cup cornstarch
  • ½ cup Epsom salts (I used lavender)
  • 1 tbsp avocado oil
  • 1 tsp water
  • ½ tsp essential oils (I used ¼ tsp lavender and ¼ tsp grapefruit)
  • Food coloring
  • Glitter (optional)
  • Plastic eggs

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, mix together the dry ingredients.
  2. In a small bowl, mix together the avocado oil, water and essential oils. 
  3. Add the wet mixture to the dry and mix well. 
  4. Divide into smaller bowls and add a few drops of food coloring and mix really well. Don’t go crazy with your food coloring - you don’t want to color your tub (or you!) 
  5. Cover your bowls with plastic wrap as soon as you are finished. The mix can dry pretty quickly. 
  6. Open your plastic eggs. If you are using glitter, sprinkle a bit in. Alternate layers of the different colors of mix. Put the lid on the egg and secure with a rubber band. 
  7. Leave the mixture in the eggs for about an hour and carefully remove from the plastic eggs. You might find it helpful to use a knife around the edges.
  8. Place the egg bath bombs on a towel for a few more hours to finish drying. 
  9. To use, just place in the bathtub! 

Did you make this project?

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Easter Egg Bath Bombs

Here is how you mold the bath bombs in the plastic Easter egg.

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

My son really enjoys using bath bombs to turn his bathtime into a colorful playtime. We most recently used these Pokemon bath bombs from Amazon, and you can find his review here!

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