Sunday, November 30, 2008

Bath Fizzies - Gift Series - Day Two

Final1Let's finish up those bath fizzies so you can be on our way to finishing the delightful ensemble above. Click here for Day One of this tutorial. By the way, the set of items pictured only cost $6.02 in ingredients! Luxurious and cheap.

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Place a little of the white mixture in the mold just where the star designs are. Be as neat or as messy as you like - they always manage to look great in the end. I'm wearing gloves to protect my nail polish color. Making bath fizzies can dull fingernail polish color and shine.

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Fill the mold with the Cappuccino brown mixture and press it into the molds really well. You want to pack this as tightly as you can. The more dense your fizzy, the more sturdy it is in transport and the longer it will last in the tub.

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Gently tap out the bombs onto a surface where they won't be disturbed while they dry. I usually make one or two fizzies in this mold at a time. Flipping a full mold of fizzies is a sure way to have broken fizzies flying everywhere. It can take a few days for your bath bombs to fully harden - so keep that in mind when finding a space. Humidity can wreck havoc on the fizzies. Choose a dry area, well away from your bathroom and shower area.

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Wrap your fizzies and shower your friends and family with fizzy bathtime fun!