How to Make Glitter Slime (And Not Glitter-Up Your Whole House)
There are so many fun and exciting ways that you can make homemade slime with your kids. I have two kids and they both find it so cool how you can make something like slime out of nothing but ordinary household items. And to be perfectly honest with you, I find it rather impressive myself!
My kids both love to make interesting kinds of slime like rainbow slime or slime that glows in the dark. But personally? My favorite kind of slime to make is glitter slime. I think it turns out so cool — I just hate having to clean up the resulting mess that you always get whenever you use glitter.
Or rather I used to hate having to clean that mess up — now I know how to make glitter slime that doesn’t glitter-up your whole house. I’ll show you exactly how to make it as well with this glitter slime recipe.
For making this glitter slime, you’ll be using about one tablespoon of contact lens solution for your activator. While I’m not personally against using borax to make slime, contact lens solution or a saline solution are definitely my preferred choices when it comes to the activator.
I also don’t like using those pre-made glitter glues that you can find in stores. I’d rather use clear school glue when making all of our slime recipes, and this one is no exception. You’ll first need to add ½ cup of clear school glue into a small bowl to get started making your glitter slime.
Add in the baking soda next and stir until smooth. You can then add in your preferred choice of food coloring. For making glitter slime, I usually like to go with a yellow or purple food coloring. After mixing in the food coloring, you can then carefully add in your desired amount of glitter.
All that’s left to do now is to add in your contact lens solution activator. Slowly stir it in until the slime forms and the mixture starts to harden. You can then take the slime out and begin to knead and stretch it until it’s ready to play with.
Make sure to always remind your kids to place their glitter slime in an airtight container or jar when they’re done playing with it as well!
P.S. – We have a few other fantastic slime recipes that are super fun to make as well. If you’re interested in checking them out, have a look below: