Homemade Rainbow Bath Bombs with delsi

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Please note: You will need to be double vaccinated to attend this class. You will need to check in via the Victorian Service app which can be linked to your vaccination certificate. Find out more here.

Feeling a little run down? Like some more self care in your life? 

Would you like to relax into a sparkly pink bath filled with a glitter bath bomb you made yourself?

Come and learn how to make your own eco-glitter bath bombs in this fun, hands on workshop!

Ex high-school teacher/DIY beauty product lover, delsi, will take you through each step of the bath bomb making process.

You will then have a go at making your own!

There will be lots of styles to choose from – from Unicorn molds, pink glitter and aromatherapy scents to help create your beautiful, handcrafted creations.

All materials provided – just come and have a wonderful time!

What will we cover?

This is a hands on class you’ll learn:

  • How to create eco-friendly and cruelty-free bath bombs with products from your kitchen 
  • Glitter options that are safe for your body and the environment
  • How to use bath safe dyes to add colour
  • How to personalise your bath bombs with essential oils 

Everyone will go home with 2 bath bombs at the end of the class!


  • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
  • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees 
  • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request

    Who will be Teaching? 

    delsi (she/her) is a proud queer femme lady who loves nothing more than snuggling with her cat whilst creating DIY beauty products.

    delsi is an ex-highschool teacher turned LGBTQIA+ Inclusion Trainer, Director of the organisation Unicorns, Marriage Celebrant and Manager at Laneway Learning.

    She loves the colour pink, eco-gitter, documentaries, reality TV dating shows, latex outfits and disco! 

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    Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just shoot delsi (she/her) an email at