Looking for a fun new textural element to add to your homemade slime? This DIY aquarium rock slime recipe is a great way to shake things up! It’s super simple to make, and because it’s activated with contact lens solution rather than Liquid Starch, it’s also safer for your child’s skin. All you’ll need to make this slime is a few basic ingredients and 10 minutes of free time!
Love making slime at home? This cool contact lens solution slime is made with a secret ingredient that causes it to change colours when it’s exposed to body heat—without the need for expensive thermochromic pigment!
This spooky glow-in-the-dark slime recipe is perfect for Halloween! It only a takes a few minutes to make, and because it’s made using only edible ingredients, it’s perfectly safe for little ones who like to put things in their mouths! Your kids will love playing with this cool DIY marshmallow slime that glows under black light!
Not sure what to do with that big batch of water beads? Try putting them in slime! Hydrated water beads add an awesome textural element to this super fun, super stretchy slime recipe. And since it calls for contact lens solution rather than borax, it won’t be as harsh on your child’s skin!
Do you have young kids who like to put everything in their mouths? Let them join in on the fun with this simple, cost-effective recipe for psyllium husk slime! This slime is taste-safe, so it’s perfect for toddlers. And if you don’t happen to have psyllium husk powder on hand, you can even replace it with Metamucil!