UNICORN RAINBOW POOP BATH BOMBS


Hey guys, it’s Ro. Today I wanted to make a craft project. So we will make a do-it-yourself “DIY” bath bomb. I absolutely love bath bombs and I realize that I’ve never made a bath bomb video before we’re going to change that. To do so– Aha get it, do, doo-doo. I’m using the poo swirled mold from my baking line some of my favorite bath bombs have come in cute little shapes like robots, and they’ve been different colors, so that is exactly what I wanted to do today. Today we are making Unicorn Poo bath bombs. Let’s get started! The things you’ll need to make these unicorn poop bath bombs will be: baking soda, cornstarch, citric acid, water in a spray bottle, coconut oil, essential oil, This will be our fragrance, I’m using rose scent. Some food coloring, I’m using electric pink, yellow, purple, and blue. Some biodegradable glitter, a paintbrush, and a silicone mold. First step to making our bath bombs is measuring out our baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, and coconut oil. Starting with our baking soda. You’ll need one cup, and if you’re using the Ro Measuring Cups you’ll need one of the green. Then we’ll need half a cup of citric acid, or the pink measuring cup. For our cornstarch we’ll need a quarter cup/blue handle. Then add 3 tablespoons of coconut oil. And lastly, your fragrance. This is whatever essential oil you want to add to your bath bomb. I’m using Rose. Depending on how fragrant you want this to be, add between 10 to 20 drops. The next step is to mix all of our ingredients together you can do this with a spoon or you can use your hands. I put on some gloves, now dig in and mix together until it’s thoroughly combined. You’ll know it’s ready when you can hold it in your hand, squeeze together, and it should hold a shape. After the bath bomb mixture is ready divide it evenly between four bowls, and it’s time to dye ’em different colors. I’ll start with blue. I’m adding a couple drops of each color. You can either mix it in with a spoon or your hands. Just keep mixing until the color’s even. Once all of your colors are ready it’s time to pack them into the mold to make our bath bombs. Time is of the essence. Because these mixtures dry out. So that’s why I have a little bottle of water to spray on top of them to keep them from drying out. Give it a quick mix and then take a scoop, loose it over here and with the back end pack it in there. Wipe off your measure spoon in between colors. Take a scoop, and put in there and again pack it down. And then it’s on to our pink. I also have my mold rested at an angle just on top of a rolling pin to give my bath bomb a diagonal layered look. Now a little yellow, and start repeating some colors. I might add a little bit more purple and blue. Alright our first bath bomb is done now fill up the rest. Once you filled your molds the bath bombs are almost ready, there’s one more step. I placed our mold on the baking sheet lined with a piece of parchment paper so if it spills it won’t get your oven messy. Heat your oven to 170 degrees, place your tray inside the oven, and turn the heat off. Leave your tray inside the oven for 45 minutes. This is going to help dry out your bath bomb but not cook them. After your bath bombs have completely dried out, take them out of the oven and gently pop them out of the molds. I put a few in front of me on a little plate and they are ready to use right now. You could pop these in the bath. They’ll smell good, they’ll fizz. But to make them a true unicorn poo bath bomb, we need a little glitter. Take a small paintbrush, dip it in the glitter, and lightly brush all over. This is biodegradable glitter you don’t want to use regular glitter. It’s not good for the drains. It’s not good for the water. So make sure to use biodegradable glitter. And tah-da~! There you have it! Here are our “DIY” do-it-yourself unicorn bath bombs. They’re rainbow, they’re magical, they smell like roses. They’re really fun and sweet and customizable. Remember you can make them any shape, any color, and any fragrance. I’ll be taking lots of pictures and posting the instructions on: rosannapansino.com, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. If you guys make these please take a picture and send it to me. I love seeing your creations. Especially when they’re unicorn themed. Please let me know in the comments below. Thanks again you guys. I hope you enjoyed the video. Bye. Bye. ^.^ [Awesome outro music plays]

100 thoughts on “UNICORN RAINBOW POOP BATH BOMBS

  1. Wow you are amazingly talented!!πŸ˜›what a simple craft. Iv'e tried it and it was simple! I used jumbo emty plastic easter eggs as my mold and it came out as an easter egg!! They were perfect gifts for easter!!!!!!!!!πŸ˜‰good job!!!!!!!!😊

  2. πŸ’©this emoji is not a poo emoji IT is the top of an ice cream, those who made IT sayd that IT was suposed to be ice cream…

  3. Hey Ro can by u do Sammie cookies if you dont know what that is its jacksepticeyes logo.And can you do it with jacksepticeye

  4. I wish you showed the process of putting them in the water, to see what the water would look likeπŸ˜žπŸ™πŸ˜ΎπŸ™πŸ˜¦

  5. Do you know how usually kids watch these kinds of videos in a very young age and only pay attention to the video instead of the audio and is like woahhh i wanna do this and when they are older they relize it and is like wow thank goodness i didnt do this……cause Glitter…..

  6. Hello!! I am new to this bath bomb stuff, is the food coloring safe to use in a bath?? Will it color your skin or the bathtub?? I am a novice . You made it look very easy and they came out beautiful. Thank you!!

  7. If you guys don't have the ingredients to make this, you can always buy one of those spa day kits from Hobbycraft! πŸ˜€

  8. Can u do the sweet vs spicy challenge with Molly lu plssssssssssss plssssssssssss plssssssssssss πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™I beg u ro

  9. I’ve never seen baked bath bomb… I will have to try it. You are so young and so sweet. Beautiful bath bombs.

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  11. When it said poop I was like oh I could use the rubbery one in my kitchen clicks on video OMG NOW IT WILL BE SO EASY BECAUSE SHE HAS THE SAME THING AS ME

  12. Yes!! Aa soon as i saw that "poo" mold i though how perfect it would be to make uniforn horns/ unicorn poo! But i have so many molds already i talked myself out of buying it : ( but after seeing it in action I MUST go back for it!!

  13. Sarah Milroy has the Trademark for Unicorn Poo Bath Bombs if she ever tells you take this down add two ii's so she can't bully you! Love this video! Uniicorn Poo

  14. Oh hilarious
    I just bought this cake mold and made bath bombs….
    but never saw this video
    🀣
    Now i can tell my family… Im normal

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