Let’s talk slime baby! Yup! I made slime. Haha .. a silent wish finally came out as a small child that finally can pick out that one toy. At the end of March, I wrote that I would like to make this already. I decided to make it when my son came to stay with his boyfriend. An ideal time to entertain the children and secretly also to make myself a pleasure. And it worked! So I would like to share this simple clothing activity that is good for hours of fun. To make slime with detergent you can visit the website.
Do it Yourself!
After hours of slime and silly putty movies on YouTube and blogs from abroad, I wrote down what I needed to be able to make a hefty dot of mucus. And this combination succeeded! It was contagious and one of my best friends was going to make it on the same day the next day. Fortunately, she succeeded! So cool! ^ _ ^ So Nah, then this must be a good recipe I think so. Of the week I made it once again and then with white instead of transparent glue and it just worked again. Well, I have to tell you that when it was so hot outside and we took my last made slime … this one did not really stick. But of course, this can be caused by the temperature. And I had 2 unsuccessful attempts afterward to see if it also worked with Hema’s hobby glue and a Tube round photo glue from the Action. A big fat no, unfortunately. So well .. I just give you 1 advice stick to the recipe .. then it just has to work.
It is a delicious fluffy mucus that you can stretch for a long time and if you pull it quickly it breaks through the middle. You can draw wires from them and then whip up a whipped cream …. let him scoop, root in and whatever you like.
Our version of the slime recipe
You need :
- Transparent (or white) craft glue / school glue.
- I used glue that was odorless and water-based from the Action 200 ml in a bottle. I divided the glue into three portions. So 65ml per child.
- The cheapest bottle of white shaving cream you can find, I used the Albert Heijn for normal skin.
- 1 large bottle of liquid from the Kruidvat, please note that the ingredient borax is in it. I used the Opticare all in one, for hard lenses.
- Borax is essential for the mucus. As a result, your substance will soon become a cohesive mucus.
- Glitter, we used pink and blue glitters.
- You could also do a few drops of food coloring through it.
- Kitchen utensils: mixing bowl, silicone spatula, containers for storing the mucus.
DIY – Make yourself slime!
Make it like this :
1. First, pour about 65 ml of glue into a large mixing bowl.
2. Spray a thick layer of shaving cream over it (first shake the shaving cream just as well). Mix this well together.
3. Add a teaspoon of glitter and/or a few drops of dye. Stir well again.
4. And now it’s going to be fun! Take the lens solution and spray it over the mixture. I think you need about 1.5 to 2 tablespoons of liquid lenses on this amount of other ingredients.
5. Now stir gently and you will notice that your substance is gradually becoming a coherent ball. Is this not yet the case? Not feared! Then drop in drops of eyeglass every time until this happens.
6. Then you can knit the good with your hands. At first, it will still be very sticky but after a few minutes of good kneading, you have your first real home-made mole in your hands.
& bullet; You store the mucus in a glass jar or a plastic container. / It can be kept for about 3 to 4 weeks in a cool shaded area. & bullet; Do not let your child eat and wash his hands after use.
Have fun with this non-food recipe!
Happy weekend and love,
Ps Another tip … find the right glue in the store first before you buy the other things. There is currently a run-up?!