I don’t know about you but now that the school holidays are here I am trying to find activities to do that  easily engage my 2 young fellas and does not cost the earth. Thanks to Desiree from Beyond A Garden for sharing these sea shell bath fizzies.


To make the bath fizzes use the following recipe: 
2 cups baking soda
1 cup citric acid
1 tablespoon of ground kelp

50 drops of a essential oil blend
Desiree used – douglas fir, spikenard, grapefruit and spearmint
Witch hazel in a small spray bottle
 To mould these fizzies you will only need  some seashells you found on the beach and 2 little helper hands
For step by step instructions on what to do next, pop on over to Beyond A Garden and have a look. Get extra creative using glitter, micas and  clays as well as other essential oils/scented oils. We went with a coconut candle and soap making soluble fragrance  that I had in my cupboard. I will cherish these for as long as they last, the fun I had with my boys making these I will cherish forever. They smell pretty good too. The boys really enjoyed making these we had lots of fun and the cleanup afterwards was very minimal.

By Nellie Lee Luhrmann


1 Comment so far

  1. Jeniffer on September 27, 2011 10:07 pm

    Tried to make them at home. To be frank they are more expensive to make than to buy, do correct me if I’m wrong. But its a fabulous post and now I know where I was going wrong! I recently bought some bath body products and thats when I really discovered what Bath Fizzies can do! I hadn’t been using them otherwise! What other Bath Body products can we make at home?

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