How to Prepare Butter Slime
One special way to keep your kids happy and excited is preparing them for fun-filled activities, one of which is the butter slime. The feeling they get from sticking their hands into a gooey mass of sludge is pretty awesome. Have you ever wondered how to go about the preparation of butter slime with or without clay? This can be done is quick and easy steps, let’s get right to it!
Also try our How To Make Glossy Slime
To make amazing butter slime, you need the following
• Shaving Cream
• Mixing Bowl
• White Craft Glue
• Saline Solution
• Paint (Optional For Coloring)
• Daiso clay
• Model Magic
Easy Steps to Make Butter Slime
Butter slime is one of the easiest to make when it comes to fun-filled activities for kids as well as adults. In this section, we will consider a step by step guide on how to make your own butter slime with ease. The instructions are easy to follow and guarantee a quality result.
STEP 1: The Glue: Pick one of the mixing bowls and clean thoroughly. After cleaning, pour a sizable white craft glue into the bowl.
STEP 2: The Shaving Foam: The next step is to add shaving foam to the already stirred mixture of white craft glue. As you add the shaving foam, continue to stir vigorously. This not only ensures proper mixing, it also helps to ensure a more quality outcome. Note that the addition of the shaving foam could make it stickier, just keep stirring.
STEP 3: Saline Solution: While adding the saline, make sure you keep stirring. Stir until the saline is totally mixed in with the slime.
STEP 4: Extra Ingredient Paint Coloring: This also optional. If you want color in the butter slime though, you can add paint coloring, kneading with a spatula. You can add more saline solutions or shaving cream if you feel the slime is too sticky.
STEP 5: SOFT CLAY: You can either decide to add Daiso clay or Model Magic. The Daiso clay makes the mixture stickier and stretches like slime. Add the soft clay with the slime till the mixture becomes a buttery texture and stretches well. We prefer the Daiso clay over Model Magic. You can see why in our how-to video.
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