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Slime Bar

My daughter put on a kid’s craft club during spring break–and one of the cute activities was this SLIME BAR! A whole slime making station. I don’t know if your kids are still in love with slime…but mine are OBSESSED!!! I wanted to share it here because it would be such a fun way to celebrate the first day of summer–or keep the kids busy during summer-or a great birthday party! and I even have free printables for you!

Things you need to create a slime bar:

  • glue
  • shaving cream (the dollar store has the biggest bottle for the cheapest)
  • Borax (this
  • bowls
  • spoons
  • lotion (optional. Helps make the slime stretchy.
  • mix ins (glitter, eyeballs, Lots of these we found at the dollar store)
  • slime container
  • Printables (down below)

The very best slime recipe that we love is here– A few people have mentioned concerns about the borax. We mix it in before we touch it with our hands–and we have never had any problems! (plus it’s dissolved into water–and a little goes a long way)

There are so many different kinds of glue. Glow in the dark, glitter, color changing, neon. You can buy one of each kind–or just a big gallon of white and add some food coloring!

I just cut apart some colored cardstock for the supplies to sit around to add to the fun slime vibe.

as well as cutting apart a plastic tablecloth to look like the slime was oozing down!

The printables are fun and have all the gross names:

  • goo: glue
  • Glop-shaving cream
  • ooze: borax/water mixture
  • gunk: add ins
  • sludge: lotion

The instructions are part of the printable–Just a fun way to show the how to!

and of course had to add some rules….just a disclaimer before we sent those kids home!

We had the kids place them in these fun containers to keep them safe–but you could put them in a sandwich baggie.

Grab the printable down below! And please remember to pin so other’s can see the fun!

About Kimbo

Kimbo blogs at A girl and a glue gun--where she puts her hot glue gun to good use (as well as her vinyl cutter and sewing machine) She loves all crafts and is thrifty (the nice way to say she's cheap) So she is constantly trying to come up with fast and easy projects that won't break the bank! She lives in Idaho with her hot husband and 3 kiddos.