These Grinch Christmas shower bombs make a perfect gift this holiday season. They’re easy (and so much fun) to make as shower fizzies or bath bombs!
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The Grinch Christmas Shower Bomb (or Bath Bomb)
Here on Ruffles and Rain Boots, we LOVE to share our DIY bath bomb recipes with you and we’ve become obsessed with shower fizzies, too. So here’s another fun recipe – this one is marshmallow, friends, and let me tell you – it’s (wait for it…) the bomb!
It’s really quite simple, too, so grab a friend and whip up a batch or three. These Grinch Christmas shower bombs are so magical, they’ll help anyone’s heart grow three sizes.
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Supplies for Christmas Shower Fizzies, Grinch Style
Friends, you can use any scent but I urge you to add a little marshmallow into your life. If you can’t stand it (or don’t have it on hand), a few of our favorite single scents which are loved by most: lavender, vanilla, or peppermint.
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1/2 cup Epsom salts
- 1/2 cup cornstarch
- 1/2 cup citric acid (I buy it on Amazon)
- 1/4 cup fractionated coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon water
- 1 teaspoon marshmallow oil (or your choice – see below for suggestions)
- green soap colorant
- Heart sprinkles, candies, or icing decorations (sugar will dissolve)
- 12 count silicone mold (this one for shower fizzies and these for bath bombs)
How to Make These Grinch Christmas Shower Bombs
There is no secret to making these come up perfect every time – it’s just the consistency of the mix. If you’re new to making bath bombs and shower fizzies, keep in mind: always add a tiny amount of moisture to work up to the right consistency.
If you have a playlist on YouTube you’d like to add this project to, here is our Grinch Christmas bath bombs video tutorial.
How to Store or Gift These Fun Christmas Shower Bombs
It’s easy to gift these fun Grinch Christmas shower bombs. Just store them in an airtight container (mason jars work perfectly, as do apothecary jars with the seal).
To use these fun Grinch bombs, plop one into a bath or place it in the shower away from your feet but within the stream of the spray.
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