Movie theaters have been packed with Avengers fans since the release of Avengers Infinity War, and my house has been filled with kids wanting everything to be Avengers themed! All their superhero toys have been out every day, we’ve been creating yummy inspired treats, and best of all we’ve even been able to transform bath time into an Avengers experience with these cool Avengers bath bombs!
These are a super easy DIY project that any bath loving kids will be ecstatic over. Plus, they make a unique gift for any Avengers fan.
DIY Avengers Bath Bomb Recipe
Yields: 8-12 (depending on the size of your molds)
Supplies You Will Need to Make These Fun Avengers Bath Bombs
Wilton 12 count mini muffin silicone mold
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1 Tablespoon almond oil
1-2 Tablespoons water
Wilton Avengers Icing Decorations
Rubbing alcohol in a small spray bottle
Optional: your favorite soap scent (We went with marshmallow!)
How to Make Avengers Bath Bombs
First add the baking soda, critic acid, soap scent, and almond oil to a glass or metal mixing bowl and whisk them together.
Next add the water, one tablespoon at a time and stir to distribute. You want the mixture to feel like damp sand and it should clump together when you squeeze it in your hand.
If after adding two tablespoons of water, you feel like the mixture isn’t wet enough, spritz it with 4-5 sprays of rubbing alcohol and stir.
Once the mixture is complete, transfer the bath bomb mixture into each mold, filling each cavity 3/4 of the way. Use your fingers to press the mixture down tightly.
Spritz the top of each bath bomb 2 times with rubbing alcohol to dampen and firmly insert an Avengers icing decoration into each bath bomb.
Allow the tray of Avengers Bath Bombs to air dry for 24 hours.
After the 24 hours, gently pop out each bath bomb from its mold, they will come out real easy. Store them in an airtight container until your ready use them.
ENJOY an Amazing Avengers Themed Bath!!
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