If you’re looking for an easy sensory play activity for February, you’re in luck. This Valentine’s Day Fluffy Slime recipe is simple to make and provides hours of fun.
What is fluffy slime?
I seem to go in phases when it comes to slime. I’m currently in a bit of a fluffy slime craze. Fluffy slime is just basically regular slime with shaving cream added. I like the texture and the stretch of it. If you like your slime fluffier, you can simply add more shaving cream.
Valentine’s Day 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
- pink glitter
- pink food paste
- tiny red heart confetti
- red plastic hearts
- 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.
- If it’s still too sticky, add a drop more of contact solution and knead some more.
Fluffy Slime Troubleshooting Tips:
You’ll need to use contact solution as the activator to create your slime. Otherwise, the glue and shaving cream will just be a blob of goo.
If your slime isn’t fluffy enough, fold in some additional shaving cream. When the slime isn’t stretchy after a few days of play, you can add a bit of hot tap water or a small amount of lotion.
If the slime is too sticky, add a drop or two more contact solution or a small bit of baby oil and knead.
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