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Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea

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Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 

Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 

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It’s been a while since I shared a fun slime recipe for kids. Obviously, my slime making skills are slipping. Since I am in full Christmas mode here, I thought it would be fun to create this Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. Give the gift of slimy fun this holiday season and put together this SUPER SIMPLE gift box filled with all the ingredients to make slime at home. Kids will love it!

This is a great gift to give to kids who love to play with slime. And the best part is, you don’t have to make the slime mess. They do! This easy slime gift idea literally takes minutes to put together. All you need is a festive Christmas gift box, along with some glitter glue, contact solution, baking soda and confetti. 

The kids will definitely have a slimy New Year!

What Do I Need To Make Christmas Slime Gift Idea?

Christmas Giftbox

Paper shreds filler

Red glitter glue

Green glitter glue

Travel size bottle of contact solution

Small clear plastic bags

Twine

Baking soda

Christmas confetti 

Printable Gift Tag (Download Here!)

How Do I Make this Christmas Slime In A Box?

Fill the gift box with paper shreds and place the red glue, green glue, and contact solution on top of the paper shreds.

Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 

Fill two small clear plastic bags each with ½ tablespoon of baking soda and tie the top with a piece of twine.

Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 

Add a small amount (around one teaspoon) of Christmas confetti to two plastic bags and tie the top with a piece of twine.

Place the bags of baking soda and confetti inside the box.

Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 

Print the printable gift tag instructions on card stock and cut out around the outer border. Place inside the box.

Save this Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea craft project for later. Pin the image below to your favorite Pinterest Board.

Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. More Fun Slime Recipes

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Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 
Yield: 1

Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Kids will love receiving this easy Christmas Slime In A Box Gift Idea. This fun DIY Christmas gift takes minutes to put together. 

Materials

  • Gift box
  • Paper shreds filler
  • Red glitter glue
  • Green glitter glue
  • Travel size bottle of contact solution
  • Small clear plastic bags
  • Twine
  • Baking soda
  • Christmas confetti
  • Printable gift tag

Instructions

  1. Fill the gift box with paper shreds and place
    the red glue, green glue, and contact solution on top of the paper shreds.
  2. Fill two small clear plastic bags each with ½
    tablespoon of baking soda and tie the top with a piece of twine.
  3. Add a small amount (around one teaspoon) of Christmas
    confetti to two plastic bags and tie the top with a piece of twine.
  4. Place the bags of baking soda and confetti
    inside the box.
  5. Print the printable gift tag on card stock and
    cut out around outer border. Place inside the box

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