Time Required :
About an hour
Beginner
Beginner
You're new to the skills necessary to complete this project, or maybe you've tried them just once or twice before.
Step 1
Project Notes:
  • All types of Elmer’s® glue work with this recipe; however, we used one 4 fl. oz. bottle of white glue, and two 5 fl. oz. bottles of clear glue to make Barf Slime as shown.
  • Be careful when children are crafting with sequins, as the product does have a choke hazard warning on the label.
  • Protect your work surface with wax (or palette) paper and wear an apron (or other protective garment) to protect clothing, as the food coloring may stain. 
 
First, find your favorite glue slime recipe. Add color to each slime according to your recipe’s instructions.
 
TIP: Elmer’s® has some great recipes; click here to download.  
Step 2
This slime has three colored stripes: dark green solid; dark green chunky and light green glitter. To make dark green solid slime, use one 4 fl. oz. bottle of white glue. To get the color shown, add Juniper Green food coloring according to your recipe’s instructions. 
  
TIP: Dip a craft stick into the food coloring container, then mix the color into the glue, stirring thoroughly until it’s completely blended. Always use a new, clean craft stick when dipping into your food coloring in order to avoid cross-contamination. 
Step 3
To make dark green chunky slime, use approximately ¾ of a 9 fl. oz. bottle of clear glue. To get the color shown, add Juniper Green food coloring. Flatten out your slime on a piece of wax (or palette) paper and sprinkle on light green sparkle pom poms, smaller green pom poms and green sequins. Fold the slime’s edges in toward the center to blend the mix-ins into the slime. Continue until they are evenly distributed throughout the slime. 
Step 4
To make light green glitter slime, use the remaining ¼ of the 9 fl. oz. bottle of clear glue. To get the color shown, add a small amount of Kelly Green food coloring. Once your slime is made, blend in Kiwi fine glitter. 
Step 5
Form each slime into a long strip and lay each strip next to the other on your non-stick surface. Now, fold and twist the slime strips together until you have blended them just the way you like. 
Step 6
Be sure to store your slimes in an airtight, sealable container (or re-sealable plastic bag).
 
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    • Color: Lime
    • Size: 0.75 in
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    • Color: Green
    • Size: 10 mm
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  • 1 - Wilton® Icing Color – Juniper Green (sku 10123234)
  • Wax (or Palette) Paper
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