|CREATE|cars glitter slime | LarabeeUK

|CREATE|cars glitter slime


I recently put out a cry for help on Instagram and asked my followers for advice on giving gifts to T's friends at birthday parties.

One of my lovely followers commented that I should make something and so my quest for a boy friendly slime began.

I've been experimenting with slime for a few weeks now, I've made about 6 batches, but only 3 have really turned out OK.  So far I've only made glitter slime, that's fine for small boys - right??? ;) the glue I use is from Sainsbury's.  I'll be starting to practice non-glitter slime soon, so that might be a different recipe.

I think I've almost perfected it now, here's the recipe I use after a few failed attempts.

1 120g bottle glitter glue
120g cold water
1/4 cup boiling water
1/2 tsp borax

First empty the glitter glue into a bowl, fill the glue bottle up with cold water and give it a good shake to get as much out as possible,

Dissolve the borax in the boiling water.

Tip the borax mixture into the glue mixture and stir.

I then add things to make it a bit more exciting.


To this slime I added some cars table confetti, as they were all plastic they are fine with the glue.  Watch out for paper ones though!



I like to add a little something extra as a surprise, in this case I added a tiny Lightning McQueen charm and some toy wheels.


This is my entry for #toddlerapprovedtuesday Becky at 3princessesand1dude is hosting this week, pop over to link up.

8 comments :

  1. Such a great idea. My daughter loves slime. But I've never seen any that have little toys in them. Super cute!

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    1. Apologies for not responding earlier. Thanks so much for your comments. Sadly even the little toys don't seem to entice my little man to want to play with it!

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  2. SLIME is always a hit! Love that you've hidden all the little extras in it :-)

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    1. Sorry I've not replied yet! Appreciate you stopping by, thank you, I'm trying to encourage my little boy to play with slime but he's not keen at all.

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  3. What a good idea. I shall keep this one up my sleeve till the next birthday! x

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    1. I'd love to see your version if you do make it, please do tag me in ;) sorry I've taken so long to reply. Thank you for your comment.

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  4. That is fab, my girls will love to do this!

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  5. Hi Mrs Darling, hope you do give it a go with your little ladies. Apologies for the delay in responding.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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