Bubble Fondant is a new, moldable take on the solid bubble bath craze. This unique recipe uses lots of nourishing cocoa butter and much less SLSA than traditional bubble bars. Once they are dry they can be held under running water to produce mountains of beautiful bubbles, just like traditional rolled bubble bars.
Format: 2 hour and 30 minute recorded Zoom video + downloadable PDF handout. You’ll have immediate, forever access to the video and can watch it whenever you want.
This recipe is brand new in our industry and its full-range of uses are just beginning to be explored! In this class you’ll be given a step by step walk through as we make a batch of Bubble Fondant together.
In this class you’ll learn:
- All about ingredients and equipment for this technique
- Three different ways to mold and use Bubble Fondant
- Coloring with Lakes, Dyes and Micas – pros and cons!
- Making substitutions in your recipe, and accounting for climate
- Troubleshooting and Pro tips for beautiful bars
- Packaging suggestions for on-point presentation
During this video we will make three Ocean Themed batches of bubble bars. Using a simple cookie cutter, individual bath bomb mold, and 3D printed mold, you’ll be able to see every step from start to finish.
Whether you’re just beginning your journey into all things bubbly, or you’re a seasoned pro, there’s something for everyone to learn with this exciting new type of bubble bath!
About the instructor:
Robyn French Smith
My name is Robyn French Smith, and I own Scandalous Soap Company! I studied fine art at the University of St Thomas and the Glassell School of Art in Houston TX, and graphic design at The Art Institute of Houston. I started dabbling in DIY bath and body products over 10 years ago after moving to Alaska. While I knew how to make bath bombs for several years, I didn’t start formulating and designing my own bath fizzies until 2019 when I left my former LLC and launched my own company. Using my background in art to create beautiful and unique bath products, has been a joy! I love testing and experimenting, and I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned as we hang out on a virtual retreat.