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  • Mindy Benoit

    Homemade bath bombs... Love it! Great gift idea.

  • Kristin Enger

    Homemade bath fizzies! Great gift idea.

  • Sky Cordell

    How to make bath fizzies. #crafts #bathfizzers

  • Julie House

    How to make bath fizzies -- great Christmas gift idea.

  • Bridgette Hayes

    How to make bath fizzies!... Perfect for presents just put them in mason jars! What a great homemade gift idea

  • kesse

    All it takes to make delicately scented tablets is a little mixing, some gradual spritzing, and a few minutes of molding. When you're finished you'll have dozens of effervescent treats in a variety of shapes and colors that will scent and soften bath water as they bubble. Stuff stockings with cellophane bags filled with stacks of the colorful blocks. They make great gifts for all the ladies on your list, including mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and grown-up nieces. Experiment with colors and scents; mix yellow and red to make orange, for example, and try blending lemon with lavender. Tools and Materials Baking soda Cornstarch Citric acid Spritzer bottles Food coloring Glass bowl Essential oil Baking molds Bath Fizzies How-To 1. Sift 1 3/4 cup baking soda, 1 cup citric acid, and 2 cups cornstarch through a sieve to remove chunks. To make different tints, fill small spritzer bottles with water and add about 6 drops of food coloring to each. 2. Pour 1 cup of powdered mixture into a glass bowl. Lightly spritz, stirring after each spritz, until powder is desired color. Add water slowly, so mixture does not fizz. If mixing two tints, alternate colors as you spritz. Check the consistency of powder with your fingers; when it can be tightly packed or shaped, stop spritzing (this may take a little while). 3. Select an essential oil. Add 5 drops if it's one of the stronger scents (peppermint, lavender), 6 if it's a weaker one (lemon, grapefruit). Mix well. Firmly pack mixture into small baking molds. We used 1/4 cup for each fizzy, which is good for one bath. Allow mixture to set for 2 hours, then pop out carefully. Repeat with different tints for remaining powder.

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HOW TO MAKE BATH FIZZIES: Ice-cube trays serve as molds, giving the fizzies their shape. Using a flexible silicone model lets you slide the cubes out smoothly without breaking them. Show off the colors of the bath fizzies in glass jars with screw tops, the kind used for storing sugar and flour. Pack each type of fizzy in a separate jar so the scents won't meld. Write the name of the scent on a vellum tag (choose a shade that matches the fizzies), and punch a hole in the top. Thread the tag...

Bath Fizzies Make dozens of effervescent treats in a variety of shapes and colors that will scent and soften bath water as they bubble.

Learn how to make bath fizzies to give as handmade gifts.

DIY: Bath Frizzies - All it takes to make delicately scented tablets is a little mixing, some gradual spritzing, and a few minutes of molding. When you're finished you'll have dozens of effervescent treats in a variety of shapes and colors that will scent and soften bath water as they bubble. Use your favorite essential oil for an aromatic treat. ~ from Martha Stewart

Presented in clear storage jars, colorful, homemade bath fizzies look irresistible. See how to make the bath fizzies.

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