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How to Make Simple Sparkle Slime

Updated on October 18, 2017
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I am a 27-year-old living in Little Rock, Arkansas. Most my articles are about holiday tips, kids crafts, and fostering.

Simple Sparkle Slime

I don't know what it is about slime but it has become increasingly popular in the last year. Kids of ALL ages are always looking for a newer, cooler way to make slime. Maybe it's a new texture, a new color or even looking for ways to make it edible. It's all the rage these days. This recipe is a simple but fun one. Whether you are new to the slime trend or you're just looking for a flashy, colorful recipe, this article will certainly not disappoint. Try this out and let me know if you enjoyed it!


  • 1 Cup Clear Glue
  • 1 Tsp. Borax
  • 1 Cup Cold Water
  • 1 Cup Hot Water
  • Several Drops Of Food Coloring Of Your Choice
  • A Few Tbsp. Glitter

Step 1. Measure out 1 cup of clear glue and pour into a large mixing bowl.

Step 2. Pour one cup of water into the bowl with the glue. Mix the ingredients together. You may add another 1/4 to 1/2 cup of water for a different texture.

Step 3. Find a separate smaller container. Pour 1 teaspoon of Borax powder into a cup of hot water. The water does not need to be boiled, just hot enough to dissolve the powder.

Step 4. After you have mixed up the Borax and hot water, slowly pour the mixture into your glue/water mixture. Start stirring quickly. Your slime is already starting to form! Keep stirring until all the water is mixed in. If you think you need to add more water, go ahead.

Step 5. Decorate your slime by adding a few drops of food coloring of your choice and mix.

Step 6. Add glitter for some extra sparkle! Mix and knead the slime until it's all mixed in.

Step 7. You have now made your sparkle slime! Keep your slime in a Zip Lock bag or a sealed container. Typically your slime will stay good for a couple of weeks but make sure you wash your hands before playing to avoid getting dirt in your mixture. I hope you liked this recipe! If you have any other recipes that you would like me to try, let me know in the comments!

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      Sarah Spradlin 4 weeks ago from Little Rock, Arkansas

      Thank you Chitrangada!

    • ChitrangadaSharan profile image

      Chitrangada Sharan 5 weeks ago from New Delhi, India

      Looks interesting and easy! Thanks for the step wise presentation!

      Have a good day!