Looking for unique Christmas slime recipes? We’ve got you covered! Thanks to years of experience (aka as the mom of 7, including 3 slime-obsessed girls!), I know what makes a good slime. These recipes make the cut. Slime makes a great gift. You can either give the homemade slime in a container topped with a bow or festive cookie cutter on ribbon or create a kit with slime ingredients and recipes.
Christmas Slime Recipes:
The holiday scented Christmas tree slime provides olfactory sensory input as well as tactile, visual, and proprioception. Plus, it’s just darn good fun to get the “decorate the tree”!
Our Stretchy Christmas Tree Holiday Slime is a great basic slime that’s easy to create variations for. Plus, it’s super stretchy!
I like to add an olfactory (smell) sensory element into our slimes when I can like with this Peppermint Scented Ribbon Slime.
This Jingle Bell Slime was one of our first ever attempts at making slime and it was obviously a big hit because my kids have been slime crazy ever since!
I love the simplicity of this Holiday Slime from Teaching Mama.
I’ve mentioned how I like scented slime, right?! This Glittery Gingerbread one on Natural Beach Living looks awesome!
How fun is this Grinch Slime from I Heart Arts & Crafts?!
For a pretty slime, I like the Snowflake Slime at There’s Just One Mommy.
Check out the Glitter Glue Slime for Christmas at The Best Ideas for Kids.
This Elf Snot over at Down Redbud Drive is a unique twist on slime and a fun gift idea.
The Melted Snowman Slime from Little Bins for Little Hands would make an adorable gift.
My girls would go nuts over this Sugar Plum Fairy Glittery Christmas Slime on No Time for Flashcards. It would make a great gift or party favor.
More Christmas Slime Recipes:
Candy Cane Fluffy Slime Recipe from Little Bins with Little Hands
How the Grinch Stole Christmas Slime at Schooling a Monkey
Candy Cane Slime Recipe on The Best Ideas for Kids
Santa Suit Slime from Schooling Active Monkeys
Christmas Slime from The Typical Mom