D I Y S L I M E 5 + D I F F E R E N T W A Y S T O M A K E I T

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Saturday, October 07, 2017

D I Y   S L I M E   5 +   D I F F E R E N T

W A Y S   T O   M A K E   I T

Hey guys! Welcome to my blog! Today I will be showing you how to make awesome slime in 5+ different ways! There will be recipes on butter slime, floam, crunchy Beado slime, fluffy slime, classic slime, and so much more! Please check out my other posts on:

DIY Slime for Beginners

5 Ways to Make Playdough

Book Page Art

Mini DIY Top Hat

. . . and more!

Please Enjoy!

S L I M E   R E C I P E   # 1

CLASSIC SLIME

1 bottle of Elmer’s School Glue

2 tablespoons of laundry detergent (or liquid starch, 1 borax with water)

Plastic Spoon or Fork

Airtight container

Pour the whole bottle of glue and add color now if desired. Stir, and then add in half a tablespoon at a time of detergent to the glue until it doesn’t stick to the bowl. Take out the slime and play with it a bit. Have fun with your slime!!!!

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #2

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FLOAM SLIME

1 Airtight Container

1/2 a cup of small Styrofoam balls

1 bottle of Elmer’s School Glue

2 tablespoons of laundry detergent (or liquid starch, 1 borax with water)

Plastic Spoon or Fork

Pour the whole bottle of glue and add color now if desired. Stir, and then add in half a tablespoon at a time of detergent to the glue until it doesn’t stick to the bowl. Take out the slime and play with it a bit, then prepare the Styrofoam balls.

Lay the balls on a flat surface (one that the slime won’t stick to). Then knead the slime into the balls and then there you go! You can also make it by tearing up or punching holes into a foam plate or cup. Then follow the same directions. Have Fun!

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #3Image result for beados logo

CRUNCHY BEADO SLIME

1 Airtight container

Beados

1 bottle of Elmer’s School Glue

2 tablespoons of laundry detergent (or liquid starch, borax with water)

Plastic Spoon or Fork

Follow the same steps as Slime Recipe #1, but instead of using styrofoam balls, use Beados. Over time, the Beados might actually even grow inside your slime!

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #4

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ORBEEZ RELAXING SLIME

Orbeez

1 bottle of Elmer’s Clear School Glue

2 teaspoons of borax

3 tablespoons water

Plastic Spoon or Fork

Container

Pour clear glue into a container. In a seperate container, put at least 3 tablespoons of water. Then add your borax and stir. It is fine if the borax doesn’t disolve. Add the mixture to the glue and mix until it doesn’t stick to the bowl.

Lay the Orbeez on a flat surface (one that the slime won’t stick to). Then knead the slime into the Orbeez and then there you go!

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #5

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BUTTER SLIME

Model Magic, Modeling Clay

Shaving Cream

Container

Put your clay into the bowl and flatten it. Then add like almost the whole can of shaving cream. Mix until it turns into a soft clay and add more shaving cream if needed.

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #6

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FLUFFY SLIME

Shaving cream

1 bottle of Elmer’s School Glue

2 tablespoons of laundry detergent (or liquid starch, borax with water)

Plastic Spoon or Fork

Pour the glue into the container and add shaving cream. Mix. At first it will look like a mess and something you can’t make slime with but keep mixing. The continue as if you would normally make slime and there! The shaving cream that I like to use is one called Pure Silk. It works so soft I love it. If you know of a better one just let me know in the comments section.

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #7

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OOBLECK

1 cup of cornstarch

1/2 cup water

Mix cornstarch with water in a container. You can add color too if you want. If it’s too crumbly then add more water. if its way too runny then add more cornstarch. There really is no exact measurements, the ones above are just to start you off.

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #8

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GORILLA SNOT SLIME

Moco De Gorilla Snot Gel

Squeeze the desired amount of gel in a container. Please note that the amount you put will be reduced by about 50%. So make sure to measure wisely. Leave to dry for about three days and you have Gorilla Snot slime!

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #9

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EDIBLE SLIME

1 cup gummy bears

2-3 tablespoons of powdered sugar

2-3 tablespoons of cornstarch

Microwave safe container

Place gummy bears into the bowl. Put in the microwave for about a minute and keep reheating until all gummy bears have melted. Knead in the powdered sugar and cornstarch untiil it is not sticky. The more you add it will be less stretchy, but less sticky and vise versa.

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S L I M E   R E C I P E   #10

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CLEAR SLIME WITHOUT GLUE

Suave Kids Shampoo

Salt

Add a little bit of salt at a time. When I say a little bit, I mean a little bit. The more you add it will be watery so have a lot of patience. Done!

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I HOPE YOU ENJOYED ALL OF THESE RECIPES

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Thank you so much for reading and have fun with your slimes!

Coming Soon . . .

Tips To Improve your Slime

DIY Angel Cakes

How To Crochet For Beginners

Please check them out when I post them

Thank You!

1 PLEASE NOTE THAT BORAX CONTAINS ACID THAT MAY BURN HANDS. PLEASE CONSULT WITH PARENTS BEFORE USING BORAX.

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