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I’ve learned that me saying something is my last Beauty and the Beast project is a bit like one of those bands who announce they’re calling it quits and then goes on a world tour two years later. What can I say? Inspiration hits and I must follow where it takes me. I also had everything already on hand for my Beauty and the Beast slime, which is always a bonus. I also now want to make all the Disney Princess Slime.
To make your own tale as old as slime, you’ll need…
Everything should be easy to find at your favorite craft store with the exception of the borax-look for that in the laundry aisle.
Note: This recipe uses a very small amount (1/4 tsp) of Borax. Children should never be allowed direct contact with undiluted borax. Always monitor small children playing with slime.
Start with two bowls, each filled with 1/4 cup of water. In one bowl add 1/4 of clear glue along with a generous sprinkle of ultra fine gold glitter and a little yellow food color. Stir well.
Add 1/4 teaspoon of borax to the other bowl and stir until the borax is dissolved.
Slowly add the borax mixture to the glitter and glue mixture while stirring. The slime will instantly start to form. It will be fairly wet at first, but it will quickly absorb the water as you continue to mix and then knead it together.
As a final step, add in some enchanted rose beads. (As with any slime recipe, keep this out of the reach of children who are young enough to possibly put it in their mouth.)
After that, your enchanted Beauty and the Beast slime is ready to squish, stretch and smoosh!
Don’t forget to check out all of my Beauty and the Beast projects!
Looking to fill your need for Disney Princess Slime? Check out my Frozen Slime!
Don’t worry. If shiny decapods are more your style, I have you covered with my Tamatoa Shiny Slime!
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