Published on March 4th, 2015 | by Kristen Swain1
2 Ingredient Frozen Sparkle Slime
So, my kids are outgrowing Disney, even though they say they aren’t.
They like new movies, like Frozen, because of the popularity, but not the ones that are not as popular.
Even with teens this movie is a huge hit, and I hear my kids singing the songs from the movie all the time.
So I think it’s more of a trendy thing for them.
However, like any teen behind closed doors, they still love to play with toys and games and fun stuff.
Just don’t get pics of them enjoying that stuff, because they don’t want to admit that they are still kids at heart.
Personally, I cherish times watching them still play. I love it.
That’s why I created this fun Frozen sparkle slime knowing how much I think the littles would like to play with this fun stuff.
It’s colorful, full of sparkles, and so much fun to squish and squash.
I used a glass jar (recycled jelly jar) and a Pyrex 4-cup measuring cup.
Now add a tablespoon of water and mix it around. We used our fingers because they were going to get a little messy anyway.
The water helps loosen the glue a little bit, making it easier to move around.
Now add 1 tablespoon of Borax to 1 cup of water. We used warm water.
Stir it around until it dissolves.
Then slowly add the water/Borax mixture into the glue mixture. Use your hands or a spoon to stir it around.
Almost instantly the slime is created. Make sure to squeeze and stir so that all the glue is clumped into slime and not glue like anymore.
The more you leave it in the water, the stiffer it gets. So take it out quickly as soon as it feels like slime.
As you can see, Annalise was amazed at the slime! It was a great little instant fun activity.
At first it’s pretty wet, so have some towels near to mop up excess water.
As they begin to play with it, it dries a little and becomes fun slime to play with.
It will keep for a little while in a glass jar, baby food jar, etc.. I used a mason jar, tied with ribbon and some tags to make it pretty.