Homemade Playdough And Slime: 10+ Ways To Make It
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Easy to do
Slime and play dough may be made simply with household ingredients. To make slime, you’ll need borax or liquid starch, and glue can be found in the junk drawer. Make homemade play dough with flour and salt from your pantry. These aren’t just kid-friendly toys – both have a lot of real-world applications.
A glittery slime recipe that uses baking soda, glue, and saline solution instead of borax shakes up the traditional slime recipe.
DIY Slime Recipe
Liquid starch is used instead of borax and glue is a must for this homemade slime recipe. Make it your favorite color by adding some food coloring. It’s easy to create a “copy” of your favorite comic from the funny pages with a rolled-out rectangle of slime stuck to a newspaper.
Fruity Play Dough (DIY)
Add fruit-flavored drink mix powder and food coloring to your homemade playdough to make it colorful and fruity.
Make Slime Without Glue
Without Borax? Using liquid starch, no glue, and no contact lens solution? Here we come. With some coconut oil and cornstarch, you can make marshmallow candies (or bemoaned, depending on your point of view). Lets DIY.
Glitter slime DIY project
Adding a bit of glitter or holiday-themed foil confetti will make your slime sparkle. Pack slime in small quantities for an alternative to Halloween treats.
Sand that is easy to mold
Glitter is often added to slime, but by adding fine grain play sand to a slime recipe and slightly adjusting it, you can make your own moldable sand that’s cheaper than buying it. The perfect way to keep the kids (or yourself!) entertained for hours.
How to Make Play Dough Valentines
This dough won’t break anyone’s heart! Make heart-shaped playdough for your child’s Valentine’s Day party and cut it into pink hearts as a favor. The idea can be easily adapted to other celebrations and holidays.
Slime for cleaning homemade
Do you have crumbs on your keyboard? Are you experiencing strangely sticky dust on your baseboards? What about on the dashboard of your car? Squeezing slime into hard-to-reach spots to collect grime is easy since slime has a slightly sticky texture and pliability.
Make Your Own Scented Play Dough!
This homemade playdough recipe is the perfect stress reliever. Aromatherapy stress balls can be created by adding essential oils (I like citrus scents) of your choice. Take a quick breather and squish away your worries.
Homemade snow slime
A few styrofoam balls in your slime will give it texture and make it look like snowballs. Let your child create an entire snowscape for his or her toys.
Slime on a Chalkboard
Use this recipe to make slime you can write on. You can add some chalkboard paint to slime and then use chalkboard markers to make it really special.
Slime made of shaving cream
Using 3-4 cups of shaving cream and 1 cup of glue, color the shaving cream with food coloring. Mix by hand 5 tablespoons of contact lens solution into the slime until it is evenly mixed. Adding more solutions if necessary will make the slime less sticky.
Get Solution Slime Without Borax
Using a food color of your choice, add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda to five ounces of white glue. Add 1-1/2 tablespoons of contact lens solution and knead until you reach the right consistency. If it’s too stiff, add warm water in small amounts.
Shampoo and Cornstarch Slime
This slime smells amazing. Combine 1/2 cup shampoo and 2-1/4 cup cornstarch in a mixing bowl. Toss in some food coloring. The mixture will be crumbly, but add 1 tablespoon of water at a time until you get the required slime consistency.