7 Bath Bomb Molds Ideas (Free)

Whilst you can buy a huge range of inventive and exciting Bath Bomb Molds in-store or online. Did you know you already have a ton of free molds, most likely hanging around the house? These 7 ideas should mean your bath bomb molds are free!

What Can I use as a Bath Bomb Mold? – Your imagination is your only limitation here, from Ice cube trays to tennis balls, there is a variety of home found items you can use as mold or inexpensively purchase some ready-made molds. Here are 7 ideas for you to try

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If you can’t find any of these items around the house, there is an excellent set of different sized bath bomb molds available on Amazon

Bath Bomb Mold Ideas

Why spend a fortune on funky and freaky bath bomb molds when you already have a load of them at your disposal.

You just haven’t thought of them yet.

This guide will get you started and then you can use your imagination to come up with easy, free and unique bath bomb mold ideas of your own when making you DIY bath bombs at home.

Measuring Cups for Simple Molds

Yeah, the very cups you may have used to measure out your bath bomb ingredients in the first place.

Simply pack your mixture in the cup, leave to settle for 24-48 hours. Patting down any expansion in that period and you have cup-shaped bath bombs.

Ok maybe not ideal for presents and gift sets, but great for personal use.

Cookie Cutter Bath Bomb Molds

You are seeing the possibilities now. Of course, you may not own any cookie cutters already, but often there are one or two heart or star-shaped cutters way down in the back of a drawer somewhere.

These are great as they come in a great range of shapes and sizes.

Simply press your bath bomb mix into the cutter on top of some grease-proof paper, fill to the top, press down, leave to stand for 24-48 hours, and hey presto, your bath bombs are created.

Who said bath bombs had to be spherical?

Muffin/Cake Tin Bath Bombs

You read the cookie-cutter headline, and are ahead of me already, right? You’ve already thought of this now haven’t you?

The great thing here is you can use standard size tins, or if you want to make a great little gift use mini muffin tins, and collect them together to create little bags of joy – bath Bomb favour bags!!

Just be careful. I know your mini bath bombs will look so good, you might mistake them for muffins!

Ice Cube Trays make great Bath Bomb Molds

How many ice cubes does your ice cube tray make? That’s how many you can make in one go.

These little bath bombs, can be used as bath melts, and again, like the mini muffin tins above, used for little gift bags or boxes on special occasions.

This has just given me an idea for another one!

Bath Bomb Lollipops!

Remember as a kid, summertime, making your own ice lollies with those molds that are still in the back of the cupboard somewhere.

Ice Lolly Themed Bath bombs are great, especially if you are making for craft, or as a special treat for someone.

Simply take your ice lolly mold, add your mixture (don’t forget to grease so they are easy to remove) and thrown in a lolly stick.

BOOM! Summer is here with Bath Bomb Lollys!

Tennis Ball Bath Bomb Molds

Have you got a tennis ball hanging around at home? How perfect!

Go grab it, cut it carefully in half, and you have a perfect-sized bath bomb mold.

I know what you are thinking!, You have a friend who plays tennis, and now you are going to get creative with some yellow color and a little paint and create some tennis ball bath bombs – Go You!

Game set and match for this cheap bath bomb mold idea.

Egg Cup Bath Bomb Molds

Egg Cups generally come in exactly half egg size. Simply pop one egg cup on top of another, and you have eggy-shaped bath bombs.

Perfect for presenting in Egg boxes as Easter gifts!

When it comes to bath bomb gift set ideas, this is a cracker! I won’t do any eggcellent jokes. It would be a yoke too far!

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A Few Essentials and My Favorite Things

Because there are so many places to find and so much information to go through on-site, I thought I would bring a few of the most popular items from the site, and my favorite products all in one place so you can check them out easily.

Bath Bomb Maker

Take your bath bomb making to the next level and go from making 10 in a day to 10 in just a few minutes. The B-3 Bath Bomb Machine is the best on the market and helps turn around orders in super quick time

Bath Bombs for Men

Go figure this is the most popular area of the website, guys love bath bombs or you ladies like buying them for him.


The biggest problem often for bath bomb makers or soap makers is the humidity. This 4500 Sq Ft model from Amazon, is more than big enough for most bath bomb makers and can be used for the entire basement or anywhere else in the house.


The one thing you will need if you are making bath bombs, shower steamer or homemade soap is some good and reliable digital scales so your measurements can be as precise as digitally possible. These Kitchen Scales are from Amazon’s Choice, and they are mine too, as they are solid, reliable and inexpensive.

I hope you find everything you have come to Bath Bomb Guide to look for and enjoy the site.

My Favourite Bath Bombs

This is my favorite bath treat set from Amazon which includes a bath bomb, salts, and more, It is the perfect all-round package, all of which are included here on the bath bomb guide site, in the various sections

Turkish Cotton Towels

My towels are one of my favorite things. A soft, fluffy Turkish bath sheet to wrap up in is the best compliment to a bath or shower. Sometimes I just take it out of the cupboard and wrap up on the couch watching TV! Being Turkish cotton they last really well.

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