Learn how to make this easy and fun White Fluffy Slime Recipe. You could easily add glitter or food coloring to dye it any desired color as well.
The slime craze is in full force at my house, so I thought I’d share with you guys how to make this easy puffy/fluffy slime. It’s pretty fun and pretty simple.
I personally don’t like letting my kids do the actual part of making it, because if you haven’t discovered already, if slime gets in the carpet or in any fabric it is almost impossible to get it out…which makes this momma want to rip her hair out. So I make it, then let them play to their little hearts content.
Anyway, on to learning how to make this White Fluffy Slime Recipe.
First, I’m going to share with you a little video that explains the directions, then will share the still images, followed by a free printable recipe/how-to card so that you can easily print it off and take it with you when you go shopping or just to keep in your craft supplies.
Here are the ingredients, pictured:
This stuff is seriously so simple to make it’s not even funny. In a medium to large bowl add your glue & baking soda (ingredients really don’t have to be mixed in in a super particular order). Stir well.
Whisk/mix in your shaving cream and contact solution.
If you do want to change things up, now is the time to add additional glitter, confetti, or coloring, stir these ingredients into the mixture.
Mix well, until it takes on the fluffy slime texture that you’re looking for.
Then play with it to your little hearts desire.
If children are playing with this, as with any new “product” that you introduce them to, make sure to monitor their play to ensure that no allergic reactions are going to occur before leaving them to play by themselves.
Store in an airtight container, push out all excess air if possible, and place in the refrigerator for later use.
Now, I share the recipe for how to make fluffy slime with white glue.
- 1 Cup Elmer's Glue
- 3 Cups shaving cream (like Barbasol original)
- ½ Teaspoon Baking Soda
- 1½ Tablespoons Contact Lens Solution (that contains boric acid)
- Optional Add-ins:
- About 1 ½ tablespoon glitter
- Food coloring or gel
- Toys or foil confetti (if desired)
- large sized mixing bowl
- large spoon or whisk
- measuring cups
- Empty glue into a large mixing bowl.
- Whisk, or mix, in the shaving cream.
- Add the baking soda to the glue mixture, and stir thoroughly.
- If you are adding additional glitter, confetti, or coloring, now is the time to stir these ingredients into the glue mixture.
- Add contact lens solution to the glue mixture and stir well. (Note: regular glue will require less contact lens solution than glitter glue. Add the contact lens solution slowly, mixing between additions, and add only enough to bring the glue together into a soft ball.)
- Remove the slime from the bowl allowing any excess liquid to remain in the bowl. (There might not be any extra liquid just depending on if you have any mix-ins or not. That’s okay.) The slime will be sticky.
- Play with the slime, kneading it as you would bread dough, to bring the slime together to the right consistency. The slime is ready for use when no longer sticky.
- Best if stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator when not in use.
If children are playing with this, as with any new "product" that you introduce them to, make sure to monitor their play to ensure that no allergic reactions are going to occur before leaving them to play by themselves.
See? I told you that it’s super simple to make. I like that you can really make it however you want so long as you get the ratios right in the base recipe.
I did a basic, white, slime this time around, but you can seriously make it any color, with any glitter, and any food coloring that you desire to really make it your own personal fun.
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