Hello, it’s Rena from TheCheeseThief.com and today I want to share with you the versatility of the latest craze, SLIME! Slime has always been a challenge for me. I’ve tried every recipe under the sun and sometimes it would come out too sticky, too liquid or just a plain mess. Lucky for you, I have found the best slime recipe. I have used this recipe numerous times and it never fails! This three ingredient slime can be transformed into fun party favors and crafts for the kids. Follow along as I show you how to include fun add-ins in this spooky Halloween slime recipe!
- 1 Bottle of Darice Clear Glue (This is the only glue I use to make slime. It has not failed me.)
- 2 Tbs Contact Lens Solution
- 1 Tbs Baking Soda
- Disposable Bowl
- Halloween Add-ins
Pour glue into paper bowl (I like using paper for easy clean up). Mix in 1 tbs of baking soda. Then mix in 2 tbs of contact lens solution, 1/2 a tbs at a time. If your slime feels sticky, keep mixing, let rest for 5 minutes. If slime still feels sticky add 1/2 tbs of contact lens solution, mix and rest. The key is to let the slime rest, it lets the chemical reactions happen in the slime and you will not end up with slime that is hard because you added too much contact lens solution.
To make glow in the dark Halloween slime recipe, add one tablespoon of glow in the dark paint. Mix thoroughly. Glow in the dark paint needs to be “charged” in the light for it to glow to its full potential.
For blood red slime, simply add red gel food coloring. Add vampire teeth for a great effect. This would be great in a mason jar as a party favor.
Googly eye slime is the easiest for young kids. Add googly eyes and any other party favors, like plastic spider rings into the slime.