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Homemade Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs

Here at Totally The Bomb, you know “bomb” is in our DNA. To us the word “bomb” is used to describe something totally awesome. These Homemade Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs are THE BOMB! They fizz and color your child’s bath. Plus they even have a fun little dinosaur toy inside! I promise once you make them, your little one’s are going to BEG you to take a bath.

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Supplies Needed to Make Homemade Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs:

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How to Make Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs:

  1. In a large bowl, combine 1 cup of citric acid and 2 cups of baking soda. Blend together.
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  2. Add your Essential Oils. With Young Living Essential Oils, you only need about 3 drops.
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  3. Add in 1 teaspoon of olive oil and stir well.
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  4. Add your food coloring. You only need a few drops since adding too much food coloring will make the bath bombs start to fizz. Note: We actually separated the batch in half so we could make green and blue eggs but you can make the eggs all one color. Stir well.
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  5. Now you will want to spray a bit of witch hazel onto the mixture to avoid it from continuing to fizz. It will stop the fizzing enough to fill your mold and allow it to harden. You only need a few quick sprays. Don’t overspray and make the mixture too wet.
  6. Tightly pack some of the mixture into the bottom of a plastic egg.
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  7. Add a toy dinosaur in the middle of the egg where you placed the mixture from step 5.
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  8. Add more of the mixture around the dinosaur and in the top of the egg.
  9. Close the egg. You may have some of the mixture come out of the sides of the egg and that is okay.
  10. Wrap your egg in aluminum foil and allow to dry overnight.
  11. Once your bath bomb has dried overnight, it’s time to gently remove the bomb from the plastic egg. It might take a few minutes to wiggle it out of the egg. You want to be patient since the bath bomb egg can crumble and break.
  12. Store in an airtight container for future use.
  13. When you are ready to use the bath bombs just drop them right into some water and watch them fizz!
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Since I really wanted you guys to see the full effect of these bath bombs, I wanted to show you in a quick video. Check it out below!

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Homemade Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs

Homemade Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs

Here at Totally The Bomb, you know "bomb" is in our DNA. To us the word "bomb" is used to describe something totally awesome. These Homemade Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs are THE BOMB! They fizz and color your child's bath. Plus they even have a fun little dinosaur toy inside! I promise once you make them, your little one's are going to BEG you to take a bath.

Ingredients

  • Citric Acid
  • Witch Hazel (and spray bottle)
  • Baking Soda
  • Olive Oil
  • Essential Oils (we used Lemon)
  • Food Coloring
  • Mini Plastic Dinosaur Toys
  • Plastic Eggs
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Aluminum Foil

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, combine 1 cup of citric acid and 2 cups of baking soda. Blend together.
  2. Add your Essential Oils. With Young Living Essential Oils, you only need about 3 drops.
  3. Add in 1 teaspoon of olive oil and stir well.
  4. Add your food coloring. You only need a few drops since adding too much food coloring will make the bath bombs start to fizz. Note: We actually separated the batch in half so we could make green and blue eggs but you can make the eggs all one color. Stir well.
  5. Tightly pack some of the mixture into the bottom of a plastic egg.
  6. Add a toy dinosaur in the middle of the egg where you placed the mixture from step 5.
  7. Add more of the mixture around the dinosaur and in the top of the egg.
  8. Close the egg. You may have some of the mixture come out of the sides of the egg and that is okay.
  9. Wrap your egg in aluminum foil and allow to dry overnight.
  10. Once your bath bomb has dried overnight, it's time to gently remove the bomb from the plastic egg. It might take a few minutes to wiggle it out of the egg. You want to be patient since the bath bomb egg can crumble and break.
  11. Store in an airtight container for future use.
  12. When you are ready to use the bath bombs just drop them right into some water and watch them fizz!

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