In honor of Mary Poppins Returns on Digital HD and coming to 4K Ultra HD & Blu-ray on March 19th, I have this simple DIY Bath Bomb craft!
Earlier this week I received a box on behalf of Mary Poppins Returns, which is coming to Blu-ray on March 19th! The box included some bubble bath goodies because we all remember that scene in the movie! I’m a bath fan. I have a big soaking tub and I utilize my bath time as much as possible, so you know I was excited to receive this gift! While bubble baths are fun, I tend to choose bath bombs during my tub time instead. And let me tell you, bath bombs can be pricey! However they are super easy to make, so I want to share with you all this Bath Bomb DIY!
Bath Bomb DIY Instructions
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1/2 cup corn starch
1/3 cup epsom salt
2 1/2 TBS castor oil
1 TBS water
1 tsp frangrance oil or essential oil
10-12 drop soap coloring
Combine the dry ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Combine the wet ingredients to a boil and mix well. Slowly add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, adding about a tablespoon at a time. When the wet ingredients hit the dry ingredients, it will start to foam and bubble, you will want to stir in the wet ingredients to the dry as quickly as possible to stop this foaming. Repeat until all the the wet ingredients have been added.
The mixture will seem very dry and crumbly but do not worry, this is the consistancy you want for the bath bombs. At this time, pack your bath bomb mold as tightly as possible with the bath bomb mixture. When you take it out of the mold, it will still feel crumbly but set on a dish to dry overnight. The next day your bath bomb should have hardened completely and will be ready to use!
- Introduction– Filmmakers and cast remember the first Mary Poppins movie and share the thrill of working on “Mary Poppins Returns.”
- “Underneath the Lovely London Sky” – Discover how the team mined PL Travers’ books for a fresh perspective on a much loved character. Plus, meet the Banks children!
- “Can You Imagine That?” – Be on location for Mary’s iconic entrance from the sky, and explore the movie’s original songs, inspired by the Sherman Brothers.
- “Nowhere to Go But Up” – Experience being on set with the legendary Dick Van Dyke and Angela Lansbury, and celebrate the joy of choosing the right balloon!
- “Trip a Little Light Fantastic”– Led by Lin Manuel Miranda, the cast performs the film’s biggest production number, with dancing lamplighters, bicyclists and more!
- “The Royal Doulton Music Hall” & “A Cover Is Not the Book”– Find out what it takes to create two musical extravaganzas inside an animated world, highlighted by dancing animated penguins!
- “Turning Turtle” – Mary’s eccentric cousin, Topsy Turvy, played by Meryl Streep, has an unusual house that turns this musical number upside down.
- “Can You Imagine That?” – Dive under the bubbles with the cast and crew to see how this exuberant number was created.
- Leaving Topsy’s- After their visit to Cousin Topsy, Mary, Jack and the children pause to take a look back.
- “Trip a Little Light Fantastic” – The leeries light up the screen in this extended clip from the movie’s biggest musical production.
Play Movie in Sing-Along Mode
Sing along with all your favorite songs as you watch the movie.