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How To Make Glitter Slime With Liquid Starch

Would you like to make fun, colorful, sparkly Glitter Slime? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We have a recipe for Glitter Slime which only requires a few ingredients and doesn’t need Borax. The following instructions are simple and fun and can be used to create a wide variety of colors and textures of slime. You can even use these instructions with a group of children for a science project!

The instructions will remain the same, but you have complete freedom for what color and texture you incorporate into your slime recipe. There are a wide variety of glitters on the market. You can choose the color of the food dye, as well as the type of glitter you use in the recipe, and create a wide variety of slimes. The type of glue you use will determine what type of slime you get – clear glue will provide jewel-tone slime, while white glue will result in cloudy slime. All of the ingredients in this recipe are nontoxic, which makes this recipe particularly fitted for use with children. Use the following instructions to make some fun glitter slime at home!

Glitter Slime Ingredients

1/2 cup Elmer’s White or Clear non-toxic glue
1/2 cup liquid starch
1/2 cup water
Food coloring
Glitter of choice

Glitter Slime Instructions

Step 1: Mix 1/2 cup glue and 1/2 cup water thoroughly in large mixing bowl. Pour the water into the bowl, then pour the glue into the water and stir vigorously.
Step 2: Add food coloring and glitter at this point. You can use any color of food dye, and any type of glitter or confetti. You could also add small shapes, toys, or beads to add texture and color.
Step 3: Pour 1/2 cup liquid starch into the glue mixture. The slime will immediately start to form and thicken. The slime will quickly be so thick you will not be able to mix it with a spoon.
Step 4: Knead the thick slime with your hands until the majority of the liquid is mixed into the slime. Make sure to work through any lumps to completely combine the ingredients. You want a smooth consistency when finished.
Step 5: Store your slime in a clean, dry container. Your slime is finished! It is ready to be played with as soon as it is finished but will change consistency slightly after it has settled for half and hour or so. Even when left partially uncovered, this slime will stay good for at least one week (and often up to a month!).

Now, you are ready to play! We hope you enjoyed this recipe. It is a quick and easy way to make a wide variety of glitter slimes for kids to play with. It is non-toxic, vibrant, sparkly, and fun, and will provide hours of entertainment for your kids. Enjoy!

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