Grinch Slime was a huge hit for Christmas so I thought why not create a fun Valentine’s one for the kids as well. Especially now that I have figured out how to make slime since the first go around was a hot mess.
Same ingredients as before but here’s a refresher!
- 5 OZ Elmers Glue (clear)
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 TSP Baking Soda
- Contact Solution
- Red/Pink Glitter
- Glitter Hearts
Measure out 5 oz of glue and pour it into a bowl
Add in 1/2 cup of water
Add in 1/2 TSP baking soda. Mix.
ADD IN THAT GLITTER
Add in contact solution. Do a little at first and then continue to do so until it begins to create the slime consistency.
I do wanna say that I ended up finding this liquid solution below when I went back to Target to grab more glue and I used it on the other batches of slime and it was so much easier than measuring out everything. So, if you’re wanting to make a bunch of batches of slime at one time and can’t find all the ingredients then definitely see if you can find this!
As always, it was such a huge hit and the kids loved playing with it. This time around, it wasn’t such a mess and we were a little better about what to do with it afterwards as well.
This slime is so pretty. I’m gonna make it with my youngest.
You bet I will be making this with my kiddies! It looks absolutely beautiful!
This looks so nice, I believe you and your kid had a great time while making it.
Such a pretty slime. I would love to make this with my kids and I am sure it will be a lot of fun.
My 14 yo has outgrown the craze for making slime — well, not really — just that she does not make it as often as she did before.. but she will love this one
This is so cool. Thanks for sharing 🙂 awesome post! I need to get my Valentine post up
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we havent tried making slime yet, but just might need to!
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My kids would love this, I’m just so worried it’s going to end up in someone’s hair, lol!
My kids are obsessed with slime, and this would be perfect for them to make. It is nice to see kids getting creative.