Squish and pull this festive Christmas slime for endless joy! Using just a few supplies you can make this slime in under 30 minutes.
Age Group: Kids Crafts
Project Type: Christmas
4ozclear glue1/2 cup clear glue
3-4dropsred food coloring
3-4dropsgreen food coloring
glitterin red and green, as much as you desire
Empty a 4 ox bottle of clear glue and one tablespoon of baking soda into a plastic/disposable bowl.
Squirt in one tablespoon of saline solution.
Stir for about a minute until baking soda is dissolved and mixture begins to pull away from the sides. At some point, you will need to knead with your hands, if the mixture is sticky add a little more saline solution until it is easier to pull.
Separate the mixture equally between two bowls. In the first bowl, add your desired amount of red glitter, we used about a tablespoon of glitter, and 3-4 drops of red food coloring. Knead together with hands. You will get food coloring on your hands, you can use plastic gloves to avoid this if you'd like.
Repeat the step above for the second bowl using about a tablespoon of green glitter and 3-4 drops of green food coloring.
At this point, you can separate the two colors in different storage containers, or you can intertwine them gently.
Expert Tips & FAQs
When crafting with a large group, purchase value packs or a gallon of glue to keep costs down.
With large groups of kids, have things pre-measured so you avoid excess use of supplies; this makes it easier to make sure everyone gets their proper share.
It’s best to use bowls and mixing supplies that you will throw away or save just for slime projects.
Try adding in foam balls too for a cool, sensory feel.
When you heavily mix this slime, it will turn dark red or brown. Play with the colors separately, or gently swirl and pull them together. Try not to mush them too much.
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