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Christmas surprise bath

To make this Christmas surprise bath I added some foam shapes, red and green water(used food coloring), some epsom salt and balloons that had small toy items in them.
The colored water was so they could change the color of the water and mix colors.
The epsom salt was to act as "snow" 
The foam stickers and balloons were for fun.
What went wrong?
Well with the rush of getting the bath done (cause my kids wanted to get in as I was making it)
I totally forgot hot water + balloons is no good lol
4 out of 5 balloons popped before my kids could play 
Just remember if you make the water to hot it will not work :)

^This photo I really loved and debated on using but decided to anyway. I am sure you could imagine why. poor frosty looks like he was hurt lol
disclaimer~ frosty was not hurt doing play time~ ;)


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