March 27, 2024

Are you ready to explore the whimsical world of slime-making and create a fluffy masterpiece? Look no further! In this guide, we’ll explore how to craft the fluffiest slime using a few simple ingredients, including glue, shaving cream, Slime Activator, and optional food coloring. Get ready to unleash your creativity and embark on a sensory adventure like no other!

Ingredients You’ll Need:

  1. 1 Cup of White School Glue: The foundation of your slime, providing the base for its texture and stretchiness.
  2. 1-3 Cups Shaving Cream: This ingredient adds fluffiness and a cloud-like texture to your slime, making it extra soft and squishy.
  3. Amazon Basics Activator: Serving as the activator for your slime, this solution helps to bind the ingredients together and give your slime the perfect stretchiness.
  4. Food Coloring (Optional): Add a few drops of food coloring to your slime mixture for a burst of color and personalization.

Steps to Create the Fluffiest Slime:

  1. Set Up Your Workspace: Before you begin mixing your ingredients, clear a clean and spacious area to work on. Lay down a protective covering if you like to make cleanup easier afterward. Slime-making can and usually will get messy!
  2. Mix Glue and Shaving Cream: In a large mixing bowl, combine white school glue and shaving cream. The amount you use will depend on how much slime you want to make, but a 1:1 ratio generally works well. Stir the mixture until it’s smooth and fluffy, ensuring that the shaving cream is fully incorporated.
  3. Add Amazon Basics Activator: Slowly pour the Amazon Basics activator into the glue and shaving cream mixture while stirring continuously. Add it little by little until you achieve the desired consistency – smooth, stretchy, and not too sticky. The activator will help thicken the mixture and give it the perfect slime-like texture.
  4. Optional: Add Food Coloring for Colorful Creations: If you want to add color to your slime, squeeze in a few drops of food coloring and mix until the color is evenly distributed. Feel free to experiment with different colors or create a marbled effect by mixing multiple colors together.
  5. Knead and Play: Once your slime reaches the desired consistency and color, transfer it from the bowl to a clean surface and begin kneading it with your hands. This step ensures that all the ingredients are fully incorporated!
  6. Storing Tips: Any slime that requires the use of Shaving Cream, typically does not store well. You can store your Fluffy Slime in an airtight container but the consistency and fluffiness will not remain the same.

Tips for Perfect Fluffy Slime:

With this simple and enjoyable recipe, you can create the fluffiest slime that’s perfect for sensory play and creative expression. So gather your ingredients, unleash your creativity, and let the magic of fluffy slime-making unfold!

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  1. Barb Good says:

    Thank you!!! I always appreciate tips, information, and great ideas that can elevate my five year old Grandson’s (and my own!!!) curiosity, play, and learning. This is amazing.

  2. MJ says:

    Thank you so much! Looking forward to enjoying this with my son!

  3. Melanie Beckett says:

    Hi! Thank you for this awesome recipe. What are clay sprinkles? Does it give the slime the color or does the color glue give it the color?

    • Clay Sprinkles are just for fun and add a little texture to the slime. You can leave them out and your slime will turn out pretty much the same. The color comes from the glue or food dye/coloring used :)

  4. Massiel says:

    Thank you! I loved that you added the links to order the supplies as well. I can’t wait for my nephews birthday party next month to make slime with the kiddos.

  5. C. Reuss says:

    In the video, you show white glue and a colored liquid glue, which looks like 2 different glue types. However, in your actual recipe you list only white glue. Should I use only white glue or the 2 in your video?

    • Hi! Honestly, any glue will work for this recipe. I mix up the glue for aesthetic reasons but it really has little to no impact on the final result of the slime. Anything else I can help you with, please let me know :)

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