Sorry, had an attack of Swedish Chef-itis, there…. Woohoo, folks, I picked out a wee pumpkin from a “patch” I went to on Friday, and at last I had a chance to carve it today!
I challenged some Facebook friends to give suggestions of names for different kinds of slime and I said I would make them. Here’s the best presentation so far, I think. 🙂
I was in such an excited mood after the eclipse I came home and mixed up some slime.
This is named after my friend Samantha’s idea, “Ghost Trails”. It is green, very stretchy, and glittery!
I love making slime. So much that I decided to make it a feature on this site. Today we will go through the most basic, and, in my opinion, the most successful of the slime recipes I’ve tried.
You will need:
- 12 oz of Elmer’s white or clear glue (I am using clear in this version)
- 2 tablespoons of saline solution for contact lens
- 1 1/2 tablespoons Baking Soda
- food coloring
- mixing bowl or other container to mix your slime
I rarely follow any sort of trend. My clothing should tell you that. But, on occasion something neat comes up that is so odd I have to try it. Well, right now all the kids are making slime, trading and selling it at school and making up new recipes all the time. So,I thought I would give it a try, I was so intrigued.
IT’S SO MUCH FUN!!!!