DIY: Witchy Bath Bombs

by Mia M.

Hello, gorgeous humans and welcome back to the corner of the web where we craft so we don’t cry about the state of the world. It’s a better coping strategy than alcoholism, right?

Today’s post is the second in a mini DIY-self-care series I’ve got coming your way throughout October. (And if you missed the first post, a DIY mindful colouring book, definitely have a read of that too.)

Our first DIY was a mindful hobby to help you relax . . . but today I’m going to help you all indulge in the ultimate form of relaxation: a relaxing bath. There is nothing better than sinking into a hot, bubbly bath at the end of the day and feeling all your aches and pains just melt away.

It’s divine. I honestly don’t know how I went the past 2 years without having a bath in any of the places I lived. Now I have one, I fully appreciate what sacrilege that truly was.

Now, if you’re anything like me, the thought of bath bombs fills you with joy. The colours, the fizz and . . . the glitter. It’s everything I love in a pretty little ball. I’ll unashamedly admit that I’m more than happy to spend $10+ on a bath bomb from Lush as a rare treat.

That said . . . that is pretty expensive. And, with most of your guys moving into Autumn and spending more time inside trying to keep warm, I wanted to DIY you a cheaper option. Plus, because it’s October, I thought we could try creating bath bombs with a little bit of a witchy twist too!

For these bath bombs, I’ve tweaked a recipe from Hello Glow – but definitely go check out the original post and their general site because they’ve got amazing DIYs up!

While I naturally love this DIY as a treat for yourself, I reckon a 10-pack would also make a pretty fabulous DIY gift for someone too!


  • Black gel food colouring
  • 1/3 cup baking soda
  • 1/3 cup citric acid
  • 1/4 cup Epsom salts
  • 3 tablespoons coconut oil melted
  • Bath bomb moulds –
  • Essential Oils
  • (For decoration, optional) Dried flowers


I would love if you watched the tutorial to this in video version and subscribed to me over on Youtube too!

  • Mix the baking soda, citric acid and Epsom salt.
  • Melt your coconut oil and add to the mix until it’s the consistency of wet sand.
  • Add in a few drops of black food dye and essential oils to your mix. (I tested two batches of this, so ran out of black food dye on the second batch – but I like the dark green/black it comes out. The more gel you add to the mix, though, the deeper the black will be)
  • Pack your mixture tightly into a bath bomb mold.
  • Leave to set overnight . . . then drop and go!

And that’s it! Once you have all the ingredients and the mould, the fun thing about this is that you can just . . . make your own bath bombs! I tested two batches of the recipe (let’s not talk about the first one. I don’t know why I thought ingredients that are activated by water needed water to mix them together) and I still have tons of everything left.

I told you that the mood for 2020 was crumbling capitalist giants by making things rather than buying them.

If you enjoyed this craft, don’t forget to share it via Pinterest!


And if you enjoy a good craft in general, make sure you’re following all my DIY boards on Pinterest too! Especially since we’re getting closer to Christmas, I have been pinning all the gift inspo.


Alright lovelies, I will wrap this post up here. Have you guys ever tried DIY-ing bath bombs before? Would you give these ones a go? Let me know your thoughts down below!


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About Mia M.

I'm going through a bit of an existential crisis right now, I'll tell you about myself when I figure out if I'm real or not.

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tattoo lover, plant hoarder, DIY addict and overall stoner grandma

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