This crunchy slime is light and fluffy with a ton of sizzle. Super inflatable and amazing if ASMR Slime sounds are your thing. This step-by-step guide will show you exactly how I make Icee Snow Fizz Slime, perfect for a slime party or all those summer get-togethers and celebrations.
Icess Snow Fizz Slime also known as just Snow Fizz or Snow Fizz Slime is a Clear or White Glue Based stretchy slime with a fake snow texture added. This slime is so pleasing to the touch. You will
First, in this tutorial, I will be showing you how to make the Clear-Based Glue version of this slime. If you are interested in finding out how to make this slime with white school glue, then check out my tutorial here.
Second, In the Slime world, there are 2 types of “fake snow” products that are popular to use in slime. For this type of slime, you want to make sure you are using the crunchy, hard, small shavings advertised as “Winter Snow” vs. the expanding fake snow marketed under the name Snowonder Fake Snow.
Snowonder Fake Snow will expand and grow when water or liquid is added to it where as the Hard Winter Snow will not do anything when water is added to it.
This slime tutorial will not only show you the steps to make this amazing slime but also where to buy all the supplies you need.
This slime is very easy to make with only a few ingredients.
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Scented blue raspberry and cherry, reminds me of true ICEE slushies :).
You may want to keep your slimes unscented or choose different scents than the ones I am using, which is fine, no worries.
Let’s get started!
Step 1 – Add one cup of Clear Glue to your bowl. This translates to about two 4oz containers of glue.
Step 2 – Add up to 3 pumps of foam soap. I love to use this soap for my slimes but there are a bunch that can do the trick. I usually try to stick with products that are free and clear or sensitive to all skin types.
You make borax slime activator by dissolving 1 teaspoon of borax into one cup of warm water. Once all the powder is dissolved, your slime activator is ready to use.
Can I use the saline method to activate my slime in this recipe? Yes, you can! and here is how to do it!
First thing first, you need to make sure that the contact lens solution you are purchasing has boric acid in it. On the ingredient list on the back, it may read as straight-up boric acid or it could say sodium tetra borate or even sodium borate.
Ultimately, borax is the necessary ingredient you need to activate the PVA in the glue to make the slime you want. Please note that even though the saline method to make slime is often referred to as the No borax way to make slime, the saline used does in fact have borax in it in one form or another.
If you are not wanting to make this because of the borax needed, you may want to check out true no borax slime methods such as Cloud Dough, Moon Dough or even slime made using melted candy and cornstarch!
You may be wondering what it means to not fully activate your slime. Simply put, it just means to leave the slime a little on the tacky side to help hold all the fake snow you will be adding. In a slime where you will not be adding anything to it, you would activate the slime until it is no longer sticky. In this case, we will activate until the slime is almost fully activated but stop before it is while it is still a little sticky.
Step 4 – Mix and knead. Your slime can feel a little tough and stiff at this point. Do not be discouraged. Continue kneading until slime no longer sticks to your bowl.
More snow will create a less tacky and less stretchy slime whereas less snow will be more stretchy and tacky slime.
Mix the snow into your slime until it is fully incorporated.
I am using this red food dye and cherry scent to make this a true Cherry Icee Slime.
Now I am using blue food dye and scenting the slime blue raspberry to make this a true blue raspberry Icee Slime.
And that is all there is to it. This is my favorite Icee Snow Fizz Slime recipe and I hope you end up loving it just as much as I do.
Mix multiple colors together for a fun color experiment and sensory play.
When working with Clear based glue slimes, activating can cause the slime to get too stiff sometimes.
This happens especially when you add too much activator too fast to the glue mixture.
You have to add a little bit of activator, then mix for a little bit, and then add more. This is a slow process that requires you to be patient.
This can be resolved by allowing the slime to rest in an airtight container for a few days, but if you do not want to wait, you can always try adding a little water to the recipe.
If you are new to slime making, using a weaker activator can sometimes help when activating clear glue-based slimes.
If you are concerned about activation or nervous about it at all, try using 1/2 teaspoon of activator dissolved in one cup of warm water instead of the one teaspoon of borax dissolved in one cup of water as stated in the recipe.
Always make sure to wash your hands before and after playing with slime.
Always store slime in an airtight container when not in use. For small amounts of slime, I like using wide deli-style containers.
For large batches of slime, I prefer to use Rubbermaid tubs.
Thank you for checking out my recipe! I hope you liked it. If you would like to watch me making Icess Snow Fizz Slimes, check out the videos I have linked below!