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Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe


Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe

Make bath and shower time fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Prep Time: 1 minute, plus 12 hours set up

Ingredients:

½ cup Baking Soda
½ cup Ball Jar Citric Acid
¼ cup Cornstarch
¼ cup Coconut Oil
4 drops Red Food Coloring
4 drops Peppermint Essential Oil

Directions:

• In a medium sized mixing bowl combine all your dry ingredients (baking soda, citric acid, and cornstarch); mix well.
• Separate your mixture, placing half into two separate bowls
• Add about four drops of red food coloring in one bowl and mix with your hands and fingertips.
• Add 2 drops of your (therapeutic grade) peppermint essential oil to each bowl and mix with your hands.
• Heat ¼ cup coconut oil in the microwave for about 20 seconds (be careful as coconut oil heats very fast).
• Add 1/8 of a cup of your melted coconut oil a little at a time to each of your dry mix, mixing with your hands.
• Once all of your coconut oil is added your mixtures should feel like damp sand.
• Start filling your silicone cupcake molds with your shower bomb mixture, using a combination of red and white peppermint mixtures.
• Press your mixture firmly into your molds.
• Let dry for approximately 12 hours then turn your mold upside down and carefully pop out your peppermint bath bombs.
• To use your peppermint bath bombs, place one in the bottom of your shower or in your warm bath tub to release your bath bomb.
• Note: do not rub your eyes during or immediately after use.

• Makes 6 Peppermint Bath Bombs

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.




Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Ingredients

• ½ cup Baking Soda
• ½ cup < Ball Jar Citric Acid
• ¼ cup Cornstarch
• ¼ cup Coconut Oil
• 4 drops Red food coloring
• 4 drops Peppermint Essential Oil

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Utensils or Mise en Place (as Hubby calls it!)

• 1 medium Mixing Bowl
• 2 small Bowls
Silicone Cupcake Liners
• Fork (for mixing)
• Measuring Cups
• Microwave

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe Directions

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• In a medium sized mixing bowl combine all your dry ingredients (baking soda, citric acid, and cornstarch); mix well.
• Separate your mixture, placing half into two separate bowls.

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• Add about four drops of red food coloring in one bowl and mix with your hands and fingertips.
• Add 2 drops of your (therapeutic grade) peppermint essential oil to each bowl and mix with your hands.
• Heat ¼ cup coconut oil in the microwave for about 20 seconds (be careful as coconut oil heats very fast).

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• Add 1/8 of a cup of your melted coconut oil a little at a time to each of your dry mix, mixing with your hands.

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• Once all of your coconut oil is added your mixtures should feel like damp sand.

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• Start filling your silicone cupcake molds with your shower bomb mixture, using a combination of red and white peppermint mixtures.

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• Press your mixture firmly into your molds.
• Let dry for approximately 12 hours then turn your mold upside down and carefully pop out your peppermint bath bombs.

Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe. Make bath and shower time  fresh and fabulous with these easy to make, Homemade Peppermint Bath Bombs. The cool aromatic scent of peppermint will energize your senses, clear your nasal passages and perk up your day! Use these Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs to pamper and sooth yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for any special occasion.


• To use your peppermint bath bombs, place one in the bottom of your shower or in your warm bath tub to release your bath bomb.
• Note: do not rub your eyes during or immediately after use.

• To print the Easy DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs Recipe Instructions, click here.


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Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs


Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs

Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother’s Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Prep Time: 1 minute, plus 12 hours set up

Ingredients:

½ cup Baking Soda
½ cup Ball Jar Citric Acid
¼ cup Cornstarch
¼ cup Coconut Oil
4 drops Purple Food Coloring
4 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Directions:

• In a medium sized mixing bowl combine all your dry ingredients (baking soda, citric acid, and cornstarch); mix well.
• Add about four drops of purple food coloring to your bowl and mix with your hands and fingertips.
• Add 4 drops of your (therapeutic grade) lavender essential oil to your bowl and mix with your hands.
• Heat ¼ cup coconut oil in the microwave for about 20 seconds (be careful as coconut oil heats very fast).
• Add your melted coconut oil a little at a time to your dry mix, mixing with your hands.
• Once all of your coconut oil is added your mixtures should feel like damp sand.
• Start filling your silicone flower mold with your shower bomb mixture.
• Press your mixture firmly into your molds.
• Let dry for approximately 12 hours then turn your mold upside down and carefully pop out your lavender bath bombs.
• To use your lavender bath bombs, place one in the bottom of your shower or in your warm bath tub to release your bath bomb.
• Note: do not rub your eyes during or immediately after use.

• Makes 6 Lavender Bath Bombs

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!




Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs Ingredients

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• ½ cup Baking Soda
• ½ cup Ball Jar Citric Acid
• ¼ cup Cornstarch
• ¼ cup Coconut Oil
• 4 drops Purple Food Coloring
• 4 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs Utensils or Mise en Place (as Hubby calls it!)

• 1 medium Mixing Bowl
Silicone flower baking mold
• Fork (for mixing)
• Measuring Cup
• Microwave

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs Directions

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• In a medium sized mixing bowl combine all your dry ingredients (baking soda, citric acid, and cornstarch); mix well.
• Add about four drops of purple food coloring to your bowl and mix with your hands and fingertips.

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• Add 4 drops of your (therapeutic grade) lavender essential oil to your bowl and mix with your hands.

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• Heat ¼ cup coconut oil in the microwave for about 20 seconds (be careful as coconut oil heats very fast).

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• Add your melted coconut oil a little at a time to your dry mix, mixing with your hands.
• Once all of your coconut oil is added your mixtures should feel like damp sand.

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• Start filling your silicone flower mold with your shower bomb mixture.

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• Press your mixture firmly into your molds.
• Let dry for approximately 12 hours then turn your mold upside down and carefully pop out your lavender bath bombs.

Make Your Own Lavender Bath Bombs. Make bath and shower time fabulous and sweet smelling with these easy to make, pretty little DIY Lavender Bath Bombs. Use them to pamper yourself or give these homemade bath fizzies as gifts for teachers, Mother's Day, Christmas stocking stuffers and more!


• To use your lavender bath bombs, place one in the bottom of your shower or in your warm bath tub to release your bath bomb.
• Note: do not rub your eyes during or immediately after use.

• To print the Lavender Bath Bombs Instructions, click here.


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Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project

Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.



Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project Supplies Needed:

Wooden Tray – this can be an old tray laying around the house, or a brand new unfinished tray
Drawer Handle – make certain there are matching screws if the handle screw in from the front
• Matte Paint – choose a color that matches your decor, a holiday or is generic enough to give as a gift!
Paint Brush – a 1″ to 2″ paint brush is a good size. You will need to make certain you can get into the corners.
Drill and drill bit – to predrill the holes for the drawer screw handles
Screwdriver
• Pen or Pencil
Sandpaper
• Drop Cloth

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project Supplies Instructions:

• Make sure the tray is clean and dry. Use your sandpaper to scuff up any gloss on a finished tray, or to knock off the edges on an unfinished tray.

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


• Paint your tray. Line the area with a drop cloth. Use two coats of paint on unfinished wood. Depending on how dark an old, finished tray you are reusing may be, you may need an additional coat of paint (or primer).
• Allow the paint to dry in between coats.

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


• Once your finished paint coat is dry, you will be applying your decorative drawer handle.
• Place the handle where you would like it on the tray. Now, using a pen (or pencil), mark the holes. Just draw a circle filled in where the empty hold spot is so you know where to predrill your holes for attachment.

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


• Drill at the two points you marked with the pen with the drill bit, at just enough depth to get the screws started; do not drill all the way through.

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


• Align the decorative drawer handle with the drilled holes and use your screwdriver to screw the screws into the drilled holes to secure the handle.
• You can line your tray with contact paper if you like, but it is not necessary.

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


That’s all there is to it!

Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


Easy DIY Upcycled Tray Project; Simply, quickly and inexpensively transform an old (or new) tray into a fabulous, multi-use, accent decor piece with these simple step by step instructions.


This is an easy DIY craft project that is a great way to dress up seasonal decor (pumpkins, pine cones, flowers, dried potpourri), stack books, vases or other knickknacks, or to dress up a gift you are giving to someone.


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