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The first challenge starts in April! Join our email list and we’ll email more info soon!
Recipes to get you started! Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start! Start with one of our tried-and-tested recipes. If you’re looking for a fail-proof and dynamic bubble bar recipe, try Wonder Bar Recipe! It can be rolled, scoops, shaped and even piped! If you need a humid-proof bath bomb recipe, try Robyn’s Humid Weather Bath Bomb Recipe.
Wonder Bar: Bubble Bar Recipe + Process (PDF Guide)$27.00
Robyn’s Humid Weather Bath Bomb Recipe (PDF)$27.00
Shower Steamers and Soothers Recipes + Process Guide$17.00
Shower Bombs – Recipe + Process Guide$17.00
Cosmetic Bath Sprinkles Recipe + Process Guide$17.00
Lotion Bar Guide$17.00
Bath Bomb and Bubble Bar Drizzle Guide$17.00
Hot Cocoa Butter Bombs for the Bath$27.00
Learn all about bath bombs and bubble bars in our original 6-class series! If you are a beginner, this is the place to start. Classes include:
- Basic Bath Bombs
- Bubble Fondant
- Rolling Bubble Bars
- Bubble Frosting
- Bubble Scoops
- Decorating Bath Bombs (Drizzle, Paint and Air Brushing)
Includes recipes and video instructions!
Take your bath bomb and bubble bar knowledge to the next level by learning more about color and design! Classes include:
- All About Dyes & Hot Color Ombré Design
- All About Lakes & Hot Color Ombre Airbrush
- Cool Color Dyes & Bubble Bars in Loaf Mold
- Cool Color Lakes and Color Palettes & Inspiration Boards
- Dyes & Rainbow Embeds
- Using Lakes for the Perfect Rainbow
Includes recipes and video instructions!
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