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When I fist made my Heart of Te Fiti slime, my friend Christie over at Raising Whasians said I should make Te Kā slime next. I had to think about it for a few days, but there’s nothing I love more than a creative challenge. Literally, in the parking lot of my grocery store, the idea for red confetti swirls and chunky black glitter ash hit me. Of course you never know how something is going to come together until you actually make it. That said, I’m so excited with how these Moana-Inspired Te Kā Slime Party Favors turned out!
Start with your favorite slime recipe. I use 1/4 cup of water mixed with a 1/4 teaspoon of borax and a 1/4 cup of water mixed with a 1/4 cup of clear glue. If you prefer a borax free version, a liquid starch version or something else, just make that!
Add a few drops of red food color to the glue and water mix.
Then add a generous sprinkling of chunky black glitter and stir.
Combine your glue mixture with your borax (or baking soda or contact lens solution or liquid starch or whatever) mixture until slime forms. Remember most slimes are a little wet and sticky until you work them around in your hands!
Top your slime with red confetti swirls.
To turn your slime into party favors, print out my Te Kā Slime labels. If you’re using 2 oz cups, print these labels. If you’re using 5 oz cups, print these labels. You can also grab the image here if you need to resize it for a different container.
Cut out each label and glue it to the lids of your cups with a glue stick or glue dot runner.
Load up your Te Kā slime cups and you’re ready for a Moana-themed party!
If you need more Disney-inspired slime ideas, 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.
Don’t forget the slime that started it all, my Tamatoa Shiny Slime!
And of course the Heart of Te Fiti Slime party favors.
You might also like my Tamatoa Shiny Cupcakes!
Or these Moana-inspired Plumeria Hair Flowers!
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