Bring on Spring with this feathery Easter fluffy slime. Its texture is so soft, making it perfect for celebrating this Spring holiday. I am wanting anything that makes that feel closer. Full disclosure: I’m dreaming of Spring right now because where I live, it is still below freezing and snow blankets the ground a week into April. So I am all about thinking about baby chicks, green grass, and colourful flowers right now! And of course Easter.
This Easter fluffy slime is soft and downy-like in its texture which reminds me of those Spring things. Watch the video below to see just how easy it is to make your own Easter fluffy slime.
Easter Fluffy Slime:
- 2/3 cup of Elmer’s white School Glue
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 1/2 cups shaving cream
- 1 1/2 Tbsp. contact lens solution
- blue or purple glitter
- mini glitter foam eggs (I found mine at the Dollar Store)
- Add glue to a bowl.
- Mix in water and baking soda.
- Add shaving cream and mix.
- Stir in food colour.
- Slowly add contact solution. Mix.
- Add the glitter.
- If it’s still too sticky, add a drop more of contact solution and knead some more.
- Fold in the mini glitter foam eggs. Continue to knead.
- Store in an airtight glass or plastic container.
Fluffy Slime Troubleshooting Tips:
You need an activator in order to create the slime’s texture. In this recipe, we used contact solution as the activator. Without that, the glue and shaving cream would just be a bowl of gunk.
Fold in extra shaving cream if you want your slime to be fluffier.
If the slime isn’t stretchy after days of play, try to add a bit of hot tap water or a small amount of lotion.
If you find that the slime is too sticky, add a drop or two more of the contact solution or a small amount of baby oil and knead. The real key here is the kneading.
These tips will help you to get the right consistency with your slime.
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