Monday, 12 January 2015

DIY BATHBOMB // BADEBOMBE


Så fik jeg endelig lavet min første DIY video! Det var lidt bøvlet uden et SD kort der virker til HD, så der var et par småfejl, men jeg fik dem rettet rimelig godt ud. Det var virkelig sjovt at prøve, og jeg glæder mig allerede til at lave min næste DIY som jeg kan afsløre omhandler noget tekstilfarve og et rivejern. Spændende, ikke?

Badebombe opskrift:

  • Stor skål
  • Lille skål
  • Piskeris
  • Form
  • Glas
  • 200 g Natron/Bagepulver (Kan købes i Matas)
  • 100 g Citronsyre
  • 100 g majsstivelse 
  • 1-2 spsk Vand
  • 2-3 dråber madfarve
  • 2-3 dråber essential olie
  • 5 tsk olie (evt. mandel olie) Fyld i til du synes konsistensen er okay.

    1) Bland de tørre ingredienser sammen i en stor skål. Det vil sige;  Citronsyre, Bagepulver, Majsstivelse. Rør rundt med piskeris til det er blandet jævnt sammen.

    2)  Rør vand, madfarve, essentialolie og den valgfrie olie sammen, og hæld det derefter langsomt op i blandingen med de tørre ingredienser. Brug piskeriset til at fordele det jævnt. Hæld eventuelt mere af den valgfrie olie i, til en konsistens af vådt sand er opnået.

    3) Hæld blandingen ned i den valgte form. Sørg for at komprimere det så meget som muligt, så det ikke går i stykker når formen fjernes. Læg badebomberne til tørre i et par dage, eller i ovnen ved 200 grader indtil at de er hårde.




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I finally made my first DIY video! It was a bit hassle without an SD card that works for HD, so there were a few minor errors, but I got it corrected reasonably good. It was really fun to try, and I am already looking forward to making my next DIY. I can reveal concerns some fabric paint and a grater. Exciting, or what?

Bathrooms Bomb recipe:

  • Large bowl
  • Small bowl
  • Whisk
  • Mold
  • Glass
  • 200 g Natron / Baking Soda 
  • 100 g Citric acid
  • 100 g Corn starch
  • 1-2 Tablespoons water
  • 2-3 Drops of food coloring
  • 2-3 Drops of essential oil
  • 5 teaspoons oil (etc Almond oil) or ad to you think the consistency is okay.




1) Mix the dry ingredients together in a large bowl. That is to say; Citric acid, baking soda, corn starch. Stir with a whisk until it is evenly mixed together.



2) Stir water, food coloring, essential oil and the optional oil and pour it slowly into the mixture with the dry ingredients. Use the whisk to distribute it evenly. Pour more of the optional oil, to a consistency of wet sand is obtained.




3) Pour the mixture into the selected mold. Be sure to compress it as much as possible so it does not break when the mold is removed. Place the bath bombs to dry for a few days, or in the oven at 200 degrees until they are hard.







10 comments:

  1. What a great DIY! Never thought of making my own bathbomb, actually looks like quite good fun, i'll definitely give it a go, when I next have nothing to do! Better ask my mum to get the ingredients in advance! Great post!

    Clothing Conscious // Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Haha yeah, and it is also a bit messy :D Thank you!

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  2. Dejligt at kunne forkæle sig selv lidt :D

    //tiiner.dk

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    1. Glæder mig til at kunne bruge dem. De ligger til tørre nu :D

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  3. Wonderful DIY!! I love bath bombs, but they can be pricey under my budget. Hopefully I try this out soon and thanks for sharing :)

    Lee // www.lastnightwithlee.blogspot.com

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    1. Yeah, They are really pricey, and it is also more fun to do it yourself :D

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  4. Lovely post! :)

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  5. hvor har du købt det der citronsyre? :)

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  6. Det der valgfri olie, kan man godt bruge kokosolie? Og hvor finder du det der essential olie henne??

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