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Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies

Shimmering Bath Fizzies

I must be stuck on having a spa day really soon. Things have been so stressful lately, that I know I really need to plan one.

Recently I wrote about my Coconut Body Scrub and Aromatic Bath Salts because a spa day has been on my mind so much.

Now I have these beauties for you! What girl doesn’t love diy bath fizzies?

Just imagine leaning back in the tub and dropping a couple of these babies in and listening to the soft fizzle while it releases your favorite fragrance.

I can imagine it right now! And the best thing is that they are shimmery. Enjoy!

DIY Bath Fizzies Supplies

  • 1 Cup Cornstarch
  • 1 Cup Baking Soda
  • ½ Cup Citric Acid
  • ¼ Cup Scented Shimmering Body Lotion
  • 5-6 Drops Food Color (I used 4 Yellow Drops and 2 Blue Drops)
  • Spray Bottle
  • Seashell Soap or Candy Mold (I used the Wilton Seashell Candy Mold

Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life


In a large bowl, mix cornstarch, baking soda, and citric acid.

Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life
 Fill spray bottle half-way with water. Add lotion and food color to spray bottle.

Shake well.

*Optional: You may add 2-3 drops of essential oil at this step for more fragrance.*

Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life
Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life

Spritz cornstarch mixture with water.

Add water slowly while mixing with your hands.

Continue mixing and spraying until it holds its shape when squeezed in your hand.

Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life
Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life
Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life

Firmly press mixture into mold cavities.

Remove as many air bubbles as possible.

Shimmering DIY Bath Fizzies - The Kreative Life

Let mixture dry for 2-3 hours before removing from molds.

Store in airtight container.

These diy mini bath bombs are perfect for your at-home spa day.

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  1. Hi Kendra! Love the molded bath fizzies. I love to craft and create, too, although I don’t have much time for it anymore. Can’t wait to see more creative ideas from you! Found you via the Harvest of Friends Weekend Blog Hop. So glad you came on board! Have a BLESSED day! P.S. I am now stalking/following you all the various we get to. Can’t wait to see more!


  2. What a wonderful idea and a great tutorial! These are so pretty, and I would definitely make them. Found you at the Ladies Only blog share, and I’m a new follower. Looking forward to reading more.

  3. What a great tutorial! I would love for you to share this or any of your great ideas at the link party going on now (and every Saturday through Tuesday) at ‘Or so she says …’ Hope to see you there! http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  4. Oh love the bath fizzies. Got to try them. Where did you find the seashell candy mold? I have just rededorated my bathroom in a seashell motif. They would be perfect. Thanks for sharing. Maureen

  5. These are just sparkly goodness! I’ve never tried to make them, but they don’t look anywhere near as difficult as I imagined…

  6. I love these! I can’t wait to make some for myself. Nothing I love more than a little bit of pampering of myself.

  7. Thanks for the fun idea and great tutorial. Thanks so much for linking up over at Finding the Pretty & Delicious Linky Party. Hope you’ll come back again on Saturday! Leigh Anne

  8. These are gorgeous. I love making bath goodies. I can’t wait to give it a try. The candy molds look great. Thank you for sharing.

  9. I girl after my own heart, I am obsessed with making DIY bath and shower goodies. I love the idea of adding “Scented Shimmering Body Lotion”, so clever. Thanks for sharing your tutorial. ;o)

  10. Thank you for stopping by Domestic Superhero Sharing Thursdays to share this! I want to make these, it looks so easy!

  11. I am so happy your brought these Bath Fizzies over to the In and Out of the Kitchen link party!

    Your link was the top voted for the party last week and you will be featured on FeedingBig.com and SpatulasOnParade.blogspot.com!

    Grab the “Featured” button from the In and Out of the Kitchen link party tonight and proudly let everyone know!

    See you tonight at http://Feeding Big.com

  12. My sister tried bath fizzies at Christmas to give as gifts for Christmas, but I don’t think all of hers turned out that great. I will have to share this post with her or maybe try it out myself.