Easy DIY Bath Bombs with Peppermint Scent

If you are new to making DIY bath bombs, fear not, because Hometalker Carrie MakingLemonade mixed it up a bit to make peppermint bath bombs. For these easy DIY bath bombs, you will need just four ingredients: citric acid for the fizz, baking soda, grapeseed oil, and essential oils of your choice for the scent. Get tutorial here

Make Your Own Starfish DIY Bath Bombs

Hometalker Angie CountryChicCottage has a great idea for making your own starfish-shaped DIY bath bombs. Simply take some EasyMold Silicone Putty and pick up a starfish on the beach. Get tutorial here

Stunning Bath Bombs with Colorful Epsom Salt

If you like giving your friends and family nice homemade practical gifts, then you are going to love the recipe that Hometalker Amie shared about peppermint-infused DIY bath bombs. What makes her technique stand out is the fact that she mixed Epsom salt with some food coloring and spread it on the mold bottoms to create a crystal effect. Go for a bold color as Amie did! Get tutorial here

Heart-Shaped Valentine’s Day DIY Bath Bombs

Unsure what to get your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day? If you are into homemade little gifts that you can also enjoy together, why not go for some fizzy heart-shaped bath bombs? Hometalker Shoestring Amy made her easy DIY bath bombs in no more than 20 minutes. Infused with coconut oil and shaped like hearts, they make the perfect thoughtful and festive gift for your other half! Get tutorial here

Simple Easter Egg Bath Bombs for Grown-Ups

Looking for the perfect idea for simple yet luxurious DIY bath bombs? Hometalker Stephanie @ Garden Therapy has created Easter egg bath bombs that not only smell great, but they also look smart. For an extra cool look, place them in an egg case as she did – it makes for the perfect surprise gift! She also coated some of them in egg shells made out of soap in various colors. Get tutorial here

Amazing Donut DIY Bath Bombs with Soap Glaze

Once you are finished with this amazing donut DIY bath bombs, you’ll probably want to eat them – that is how good they look when you follow Hometalker Angie CountryChicCottage’s technique. She used pink mica powder and some birthday cake soap scent to maximize the donut likeness, which she achieved by glazing them with soap and adding rainbow sprinkles on top. Get tutorial here