DIY Glitter Slime

DIY Glitter Slime

DIY Glitter Slime done

I love homeschooling my daughter. It gives us time to come up with so many fun things to do. Recently we were able to make some fun Glitter Slime for a project. She needed to sculpt some stuff and wanted it to be fun colors and sparkly…..so that is exactly what she got! Plus this slime can be used time and time again.

While making our DIY Glitter Slime my daughter decided to go with a red color for Valentines Day. It turned out perfect!

red glittered slime2done

 

Supplies:

  • 2 Tsp Borax
  • 1 1/2 Cups Water
  • 1 Bottle of Elmer’s Glue
  • 10 drops Red Food Coloring (or color of choice)
  • Glitter

Directions:

Grab a small mixing bowl and pour in 1 cup of water and 2 tsp of borax powder.  Stir the ingredients together until well blended.  Set your bowl aside.  In your medium sized bowl pour in your entire bottle of elmer’s white glue and pour in 1/2 cup of water.  Stir until well blended.  Once the contents are stirred together, add in 10 drops of red food coloring.   Mix the products together.  Pour in a lot of glitter and stir it together with your glue mixture.  Now pour in the contents of your small bowl right into the middle and wait for the products to become solid.  Grab both your hands and start squishing the slime together to make it more solid. Form it up in a ball away from the liquid and pour out the contents into the sink.  The slime is now ready to play with.  Once you’re done playing with the slime store in a mason jar or ziploc baggie to keep fresh.

red glittered slime3done

This recipe turned out to be very simple. My 9 year old daughter could easily make her very own slime! I think we will make some more today in different colors to give out at some birthday parties we will be attending this month! The kids will love it!

Have you ever made Glitter Slime with your kiddos? Have a recipe you want to share? What color slime would your kid love?

I would love to hear your thoughts!

Comments

  1. How fun is this!!! My kids would love helping me make it and of course playing with it too!

  2. This is awesome! Our parents will love to try this out with their kids. We have several kids at our center with sensory issues and this will be perfect for their fine motor skills. Thanks for sharing!

  3. This is way fun! I would love this just as much as my little guy!

  4. So fun! Such a great little gift idea for Valentine’s Day too, a nice alternative to all of the sweet stuff!

  5. Hurrah for slime! So fun to make and even more fun to play with!!!! Great recipe!

  6. This looks like so much fun!

  7. This looks so fun!!!

    xo Emily
    http://www.hungryadventurer.com

  8. This looks like so much fun! My kids would like it!

  9. how how fun! I love that it’s red and glittery! pinned!

  10. Its so bright and sparkly! Kids would love it!

  11. My daughter would love this! So much fun!

  12. This looks fun! We’ve made glitter slime from the glitter glues, but I’ve never tried using regular glue and adding glitter. I think I’ll have to try this one!

  13. Gonna make some of this with my granddaughter! Thanks!

  14. Stephanie Keeping says:

    I have not made it with my kids yet, but I bet they would like blue.

  15. This looks like such a fun thing to make with the kiddos!

  16. My kids are going to be all over this!

  17. Whoa! This looks like a lot of fun!

  18. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says:

    How fun! My 3 yr old would love this!

  19. Looks like a fun project! My niece and nephew would love that!

  20. This looks so cute!!

  21. My nieces would love this, even I would!

  22. This looks like so much fun! I will have to make it sometime when my nieces are over. They would love playing with this.

  23. Dee Lafrenz says:

    My Grand daughter would love this. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. She is also the creative type and loves to craft.

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