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Do your kids love to make slime as much as my kids do? Well, then you definitely need to check out these cool Slime Ballz. They are little foam balls that you add to your homemade slime to add a new and different texture to your homemade slime. They are only $2.99 on Amazon and that makes two batches.
How fun would this be as a birthday party activity or just as a fun summer activity when the kids tell you for the millionth time that they are bored?
I bet you already have all the other ingredients in your house right now. Water, Elmer’s Glue and Starch. See, it’s a super easy recipe.
Last weekend I was able to attend the funnest blog conference ever, Snap! It’s a conference for creative bloggers. I know I’m not strictly a creative blogger, but I do post something creative sometimes and I love working with these amazing companies that love to work with bloggers. Make it Fun is one of those companies. They make these fun Slime Ballz and I’m so excited to share with you how fun these are for your kids.
You can make this slime custom by adding . . .
Gel Food Coloring
Glow in the Dark Paint
So let’s get started and make some Foam SLIME!
What you’ll need to make Homemade Foam Slime:
- 4 ounces white craft glue, like Elmer’s Glue All
- 3 teaspoons water
- 8-10 teaspoons liquid starch
- 1/2 package Slime Ballz
- food coloring (optional)
- glow in the dark paint (optional)
- glitter (optional)
In a medium bowl add the glue and water and stir well. Now is when you’d add a few drops of food coloring, a little glitter or about a teaspoon of glow in the dark paint if desired. Add the liquid starch one teaspoon at a time until the slime reaches the correct consistency and starts to stick together and form a ball. Add the Slime Ballz a little at a time working them into the slime. You’re done! Store the slime in an airtight container at room temperature.
Make It Fun has made an easy to follow, fun video for you to watch just how easy Foam Slime is to make.
What fun projects do you have planned this summer with the kids?