Inside: The ultimate list of slime supplies – everything you need to make tons of different slime recipes.
From classic glue slime to edible Jello slime, if you love slime then we’ve got you covered! This is our master list of slime supplies needed to make a huge variety of slimes!
The Ultimate List of Slime Supplies
Find everything you need to make dozens of different slime recipes, including all of those listed in The Slime Book!
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How to make classic slime:
Traditional slime can use three different activators. Our favorite is liquid starch, but contact solution is a close second. (You sometimes need a dash of baking soda to make it work.)
For Fluffy Slime — Shaving cream is one option for making fluffy slime, but be sure to get one that is gentle on hands. Alternatively, diaper crystals makes for great fluffy slime!
For Stretchy Slime — Hand lotion makes for a stretchier slime, while modeling clay makes for a less messy and tougher stretchy slime.
For Sparkly Slime — A good-quality glitter glue is a fun way to add a bit of glamour to a traditional slime recipe – but skip the dollar store versions as they don’t work nearly as well.
Edible Slime Supplies Listed in The Slime Book:
- Instant chocolate pudding powder
- Metamucil (clear or orange)
- Laffy Taffy
- Powdered Sugar
- Gummy bears
- Blue edible glitter
- Cocoa powder
- Mini marshmallows
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Basil Seeds
More Slime Mix-ins:
- Food coloring
- Bird seed
- Backyard Birds Toob
- Mermaid glitter
- Craft sand
- Glass microbeads
- Star glitter
- Planet models
- Pom poms
- Glow-in-the-dark pebbles
- Unicorn figurines
- Glow-in-the-dark paint
- Mini Sugar Starfish
- Fabric Flowers
- Clear or white aquarium pebbles
Slime Supplies to Extend Your Play:
- Silicone muffin mold (for freezing slime)
- Oil cloth is a great way to protect your table from messy play
- Straws for blowing bubbles in slime
The ULTIMATE Guide to Making Slime:
The Slime Book contains almost 50 pages of oozy, stretchy fun! Grab your copy today!