Making slime, goo, goop, gak-whatever you call it-is so easy and fun. Playing with slime is also totally addictive. Speaking of addictive, I’m totally addicted to the Moana Soundtrack. Obviously, some DIY Tamatoa Shiny Slime was needed. It’s beautiful, baby.
To make your own shiny slime, you’ll need:
Grab two small bowls and add 1/4 cups of water to each. Add 1/4 cup of clear glue to one bowl of water and mix well. Add jumbo gold glitter to glue and water mixture. Add 1/4 teaspoon of borax to the other bowl of water and mix until it’s dissolved.
Slowly add the borax mixture to the glue mixture. It will be goopy and wet at first, but the more you stir the closer you’ll get to the final slime texture.
Told you it was easy! It sparkles like a wealthy woman’s neck…
You’ll want to store your slime in an airtight container or bag when you’re not playing with it. I put mine in some 5oz plastic snack cups that I already had on hand. I also printed out a Tamatoa label and glued it to the lid with a glue dot runner. If you’re using 2 oz cups, grab these labels. They make great party favors for a Moana-themed birthday. One batch of slime will fill three 2 oz cups or one 5 oz cup with a little extra.
Slime makes a fun Valentine’s Day gift, so I made you a Shiny Valentine printable, too. Grab the image you want and size it to fit the container you’re using. If you have cups with a 2.5″ lid (5 oz cups), grab this printable and you’ll be set. If you’re using 2 oz cups, use this printable.
You might also like my Heart of Te Fiti slime party favors!
If Disney Princess Slime is more your style, make sure you check out my Beauty and the Beast Slime.
There’s also The Little Mermaid Slime to make.
And if you just can’t let it go, there’s Frozen Slime, too.
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Now go forth and play with your shiny slime. It’s like a treasure from a sunken pirate’s wreck!
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