3 Ingredient Fluffy Slime

3 Materials
10 Minutes
Here’s how to make easy 3 ingredient fluffy slime that is quick and NOT sticky. But beware, your kidlet is not the only person who is gonna want to play with this stuff. I’ve found DIY fluffy slime to be very mesmerizing to play with too. My daughter has been wanting to make slime forever and I wanted to find an easy recipe with easy ingredients and little clean up. AND IT'S NOT STICKY!!! So I found a way and I'm sharing it!

You will need these 3 items and you may already have them at home.
Elmer’s GLUE-ALL Glue (I think the GLUE-ALL kind works the best)
 Shaving cream
Contact saline solution with boric acid (you may need a little more solution depending on the consistency of your slime)

You can also use some food coloring if you want to have it look pretty! Visit my blog post to get detailed instructions and measurements: http://makinglifeblissful.com/2017/08/3-ingredient-fluffy-slime-recipe.html
Measure out all the Elmer’s glue, and pour it into a bowl. For exact measurements, please visit my website http://makinglifeblissful.com/2017/08/3-ingredient-fluffy-slime-recipe.html
Add the food coloring and mix well.
Then measure and add the shaving cream to your glue mixture. It will start to look fluffy!
Next you add the saline solution and it will start to stay together. This also helps it not be sticky. Knead the slime to mix it all in. Add a little bit more if needed to keep the sticky-ness down.
Now play!!! See my blog for more exact details AND a video to help!
This video will help and so will clicking on my blog link to get better details.
Suggested materials:
  • Elmer's Glue-All
  • Shaving Cream
  • Contact Saline Solution
Lisa @ Making Life Blissful
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Renee Renee on Aug 29, 2017
    What is contact saline solution?

  • Linda Linda on Sep 10, 2017
    Can you pleeease print the recipe? Have 2 grandsons living with me and am always looking for indoor projects during inclement weather. Thank you!!!

  • Mezwestrope Mezwestrope on Sep 21, 2017
    On your website you say that it lasts for a day or two. What happens to it after that? Does it go hard? Can you shape it and it will stay or does it disintegrate?

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