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Stretchy Sensory Fluffy Snow Slime (say that 10x fast)

Our Slime Lab is back with a tried and tested recipe for Fluffy Snow Slime. This slime is based on our Fluffy Slime recipe, with a little extra sparkle that kids love.

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Fluffy Snow Slime Ingredients

Elmer’s School Glue – 1/2 cup (120 ml) or a 4 ounce bottle. This glue is my favorite for all kids art and craft activities. If your kids love making slime, splurge for the gallon!

Baking Soda – 1 teaspoon (5 ml)

Contact Solution with boric acid as an ingredient – 1 tablespoon (15 ml) (<< this brand works!)

Shaving Cream – 3 cups (750 ml) (<<this brand works!)

Clear Glitter

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Steps for Fluffy Snow Slime

Step 1: Add shaving cream to a bowl. Don’t worry about exact amounts. This recipe is forgiving and a little more or less will be fine.

Step 2: Add Elmer’s School Glue to the Bowl

Step 3: Add baking soda to the bowl.

Step 4: Mix everything together

Step 5: Add 1 tablespoon (15 ml) contact solution to the bowl. Mix it all together!

Step 6: Flatter the slime into a pancake. Sprinkle or pour the desired amount of glitter over the slime. Gently work the glitter into the slime. Add more glitter to reach the desired effect.

Tips and Experiments

  • Slime too sticky? Add more contact solution.
  • Not fluffy enough? Add more shaving cream.

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Fluffy Snow Slime from the TinkerLab Slime Lab

What to do with Fluffy Snow Slime

  • Stretch it
  • Squish it
  • Blow bubbles in your slime – See this article
  • Add plastic snow animals and create a winter scene
  • Sprinkle in other glitter colors (one of my kids wanted to add green and red)
  • Press plastic toys into slime to make impressions
  • Add peppermint or pine essential oil to your slime for a wintery scent.

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Slime Safety Tips and Recommendations

  • When playing with slime, if you’re concerned about it getting on your furniture, be sure to cover the table with oil cloth or a non-porous table covering.
  • Always supervise children when making and playing with slime.
  • Slime is not a food – do not allow children to eat slime. Always wash hands after using slime.
  • Keep fabric and other porous materials away from slime.

Why is Slime so Popular?

Not only is it fun to play with, it’s fun to watch others play with it, too. This interesting article talks about Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) as one of the reasons we love slime so much. It’s just relaxing! The rise of the Slime Economy, NPR

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More Slime Recipes from our Slime Lab

Contact Solution Glitter Slime

4-Ingredient Fluffy Slime

3-Ingredient Slime

Slime Recipe Cards (Glitter and Easy Slime with Borax) – PDF

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