I'm On a mission to master Bath Bombs (Fizzys) I went to my friend Jan's house to tackle the art of making bath fizzys. We decided to try out her silicone rubber: bird and duck mold with the soap base we have been working with. They turned out too darn cute. Don't you think so? I think they look like spring and I know we are all anxious for it to come. We knew that they would turn out with out a failure happening.
Heres Jan starting the process, we are very optimistic, we are having way too much fun!
I am so excited this looks like it will work. Yeah!!!!!!!!
Back in time. Oh No! This was my first attempt at making bath bombs, Heather and I tried it when I was at her house in Montana. At first I thought maybe it was the 3000 ft elevation we were at, then I thought maybe too much water. I was ready to give that up for good.
These look so promising I am so excited. Jan and I are all giggly and excited about accomplishment. Oh no!!!!! The bath bombs have grown warts after a half hour, now what do we do? I was so hopeful.
I think I will just stay with the new bath( balms) I have made, they are not as difficult to make and I really like how they feel when I get out of the bath. Check out the pink soap it is two "Love Fairies", a beautiful mold my friend Jan from Queenocrete got on ebay.
I think I will just relax and enjoy my new cook book from The Farm Chicks In The Kitchen. I have been anxiously awaiting it's release. Bath Balms take me away to another world.
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