You know when you feel like the year before is just one of the ones you don’t want to do over. That’s when New Year’s Eve arrives. You plan to party it all away with a big bottle of champagne. Maybe that’s not your poison but something else is. Then you wake up on what is suppose to be the New Year. Hungover so bad your not sure this is going to be a good year. That’s when you need New Year’s Eve Bath Bombs.
Why because you need to soak that hungover away. You need to soak the last year away. Start over fresh this year. Pour a tub of hot water. Soak yourself away with these New Year’s Eve Bath Bombs. The killer gold candy flakes with the lemon scent (of course you can change this if you would like). Fizzling and bubbling just like the champagne did the night before.
HOW TO MAKE NEW YEAR’S EVE BATH BOMBS:
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1 cup citric acid (canning section)
- 1/2 cornstarch
- 4 tablespoons oil (coconut, olive, pumpkin, vegetable)
- 3 to 6 drops of fragrance ( I used lemon)
- gold candy sprinkle glitter
- bath bomb mold
In a bowl, add in corn starch, citric acid, and baking soda stir well. Add in coconut oil (or other oil) and stir with a fork to keep light and fluffy. Add in fragrance and coloring stir well.
Using the mold add a few gold candy sprinkle glitter and pack both sides of mold then press together. Once you press together leave in mold for about a minute then remove and place on a tray to dry (harden) overnight.
When your ready to wash away 2016 just try out these brilliant New Year’s Eve Bath Bombs.
ITEMS TO MAKE NEW YEAR’S EVE BATH BOMBS
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