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Supplies:
Baking Soda 1/2 cup
Citric Acid 1/4 cup
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Cornstarch 1/4 cup
Epsom Salt (or sea salt) 1/4 cup
Castor Oil (or any vegetable oil) 3 tsp
Essential Oil 1 tsp
Soap or Food Coloring
Water 1 tbs (this amount can vary slightly depending on the humidity level where you live)

Soap Molds (you can find at any craft store)
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Plastic Ornament Mold (I bought at Joanne’s Fabric individually for $2, you can also buy online)
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Plastic Easter Egg

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37 COMMENTS

  1. she is saying table spoon but it looks like a tea spoon. when we made it was too greasy when we used a table spoon as insstructed co

  2. This recipe just didn't work in the amounts stated in the video. The bombs wouldn't dry and kept fluffing up. After a bit of tweeking we did find the right amounts. Decrease the castor oil to 2 teaspoons and the water to one teaspoon. Also, the essential oil amount should be 10-20 drops. The rest of the ingredient amounts are fine. We packed our mixture into mini cupcake molds, let them sit for 5 minutes, the turned them over onto a wire rack to air dry for 24 hours.

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