Cantaloupe La Bomb- "clarifying, stress relief"
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Bridget! I'm so glad your bath bombs turned out beautiful using our Cantaloupe La Bomb! You can definitely use our micas to color your bath bombs. Check out our Mondo Bath Bombs tutorial where we used Red Mica to color our bombs! Though achieving a very bright color is tricky as the base for bath bombs is predominantly white. This white mixes with any color you're using which causes the color to lighten. I will email you personally to find out what color you're trying to achieve!
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One of the best things about social media is being able to connect with fellow crafters from around the world. I started the hashtag #SoapShare to help connect soapers, and of course to browse through all the beautiful photos. While looking through photos tagged with #SoapShare on Instagram, I stumbled upon Carolyn of Siennalily Soaps. I was […]
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