Slime is a unique game material made from a cross-linked polymer. It is classified as a liquid and is typically made by combining polyvinyl alcohol solutions with borate ions in a large mixing container. This is one of our children’s favorite toys today. It develops creativity and fine motor skills, and you can make your own slime by including things that you like. There is edible slime, glitter slime, scented slime, neon slime, glow in the dark slime, and many other ideas including even slime favors for kids. One of the basic recipes for play slime is borax. If you are making edible slime, consider replacing it with gelatin.
The first tutorial is about Finding Dory Glitter Slime. Hope you enjoyed this cartoon very much. Prepare glitter glue, borax, warm water, and find dory toys and stickers to play with. Also, take a couple of small jars to place your slime in. You can glue toys on the lids.
To make this neon rainbow slime you will need glue, water, and borax. To make the neon rainbow colors, you can try two different methods: neon food coloring and liquid watercolors. Once you have your slime colors ready, place them on top of them in rainbow colors and twist the slime like above and then stretch!
Scented slime is a good idea as it usually doesn’t smell very good. To make a scented version, take 4 ounces. Bottles of Scentos White Glue and food coloring.
Glitter slime is a cool and fun idea. You can make it with pink glitter and chewing gum fragrance oil to give it a pleasant scent.
Halloween is coming in two months and you can prepare to give your kids some creepy spider slime for this holiday. Just make an ordinary slime with food coloring of your choice, then add plastic spiders.
A slime recipe with just three ingredients? Yes, please! Take Elmer’s White School glue, tempera paint, and liquid starch. When it’s for Halloween add plastic eye balls and your kids will be delighted!
Make these fun teenage mutant ninja turtles with green slime! You need to make green slime and then pack it in airtight containers and add labels.
This pretty slime can easily be made by adding food coloring and craft glitter. More borax leads to a stronger slimer, less borax makes it stringy. Let your kids take part and decide how much glitter they want.
Chocolate slime? Oh yes please! Unsweetened cocoa powder is exactly what you need to make it. Read the entire tutorial to find out how and what else to add.
Glow in the dark is a cool idea not only for Halloween but any other time as well. You will need 3-4 tablespoons of glow in the dark paint and neon food coloring to achieve this effect.
You can use glitter glue to make transparent, colorful slime with glitter. The tutorial is simple as always – mix borax, water, and glitter glue to get that cool slime.
Golden glitter slime can be made with artisanal glitter and golden food coloring. Let your kids do it themselves and have fun.
This colorful slime can be eaten! It contains 1 tablespoon of Metamucil with psyllium instead of borax so you don’t have to worry about your kids eating it. Adding food coloring is optional.
Another edible slime recipe includes unflavored gelatin and corn syrup. Food colors and flavors are optional and up to you. Slime that tastes like science, wow!
Don't you need an ordinary Christmas tree? Or would you like an additional one for another room? Then these amazing Christmas tree alternatives are your choice! They are made of different materials, in different colors and designs, so that each of you can find something that he or she can make. Take a look at the ideas below.
Wall-mounted Christmas tree alternatives
A wall-mounted Christmas tree takes up no space, is usually easy to make, and can be placed anywhere you want. The tree can be made of ornaments and garlands attached to the wall, evergreen branches, just lights, wooden discs, book pages, PVC pipes and many other things that you like. A popular idea now is to make a frame out of a tree out of evergreen garlands and attach ornaments and other decor to it. If you don't have a lot of time, take duct tape and attach it to the wall, then add ornaments. Fairy lights are also great for creating a Christmas tree right on the wall. Pick any color and design your tree. If you are a handyman, you can make a PVC pipe Christmas tree with ornaments and pine cones. You can also opt for a Christmas tree artwork in a frame that can be moved anywhere, and such a tree can also be made of anything from brooches and rhinestones to garlands of pearls.
Other Christmas tree alternatives
What other Christmas tree alternatives can you rock? It can be a ladder tree - take a ladder, decorate it with lights, ornaments and pine cones, and put your family pictures in frames. Another idea is to make a Christmas tree out of hanging Christmas ornaments. This is a very creative floating tree idea, but you will have to spend a lot of time sculpting it. Plywood silhouette and frame Christmas trees are a popular idea for modern spaces, they can be decorated with different things from ornaments to lights. For fun, place a large cactus in place of a Christmas tree, decorate it with brightly colored ornaments and pompoms, and organize your cool Mexico-inspired Christmas party. If you'd like to make some of these trees yourself, check out our roundup.