Making and playing with slime is a favorite at our house! We tend to stick to our basic slime recipe and really only alter it by adding color, but I have seen some really awesome slime recipes that I have been saving to try. Slime is fairly easy to change up by adding color, glitter, or but these slime recipes take slime making to a whole new level.
Awesome DIY Slime Recipes
This Polka Dot Slime from Fun at Home with Kids looks so fun! I want to play. (pictured top row)
How pretty is this colorful Rainbow Slime from Momdot. (pictured top row)
Lots of texture of this Sand Slime from Little Bins for Little Hands. (pictured top row)
I had no idea you could draw on slime until I saw this Slime Drawings from Left Brain Craft Brain. Definitely one to try. (pictured middle row)
This Bubble Gum Slime from Growing a Jeweled Rose is so cool! It looks, feels, smells, and acts just like real bubble gum. (pictured middle row)
This Snow Slime from Growing a Jeweled Rose is icy cold and sparkly white. (pictured middle row)
Oh my gosh, me kids would be going all over the house seeing what attracts this Magnetic Slime from Growing a Jeweled Rose. (pictured bottom row)
This Heat Sensitive Color Changing Slime from Left Brain Craft Brain looks so fun! About Education also provides a good description of how to make the slime and the chemistry behind it in their Mood Rind Color Changing Slime. (pictured bottom row)
This Glow in the Dark Slime from A Pumpkin and a Princess (pictured bottom row) is a fun way to change up basic slime really easily.
Since unicorns seem to be super trendy right now (at least with my daughter), I had to include this Unicorn Poop Slime from MomDot.
This Kool Aid Slime from Growing a Jeweled Rose is edible making it great if you have little ones around who like to sample their play.
I bet this Rainbow Scented Glitter Slime from Modern Parents Messy Kids smells great.
Experience some bubbles with Bubbling Slime Recipe from Epic Fun for Kids.
This Giant Fluffy Slime is amazing! You won’t want to miss it!