I bet Ariel will love to add this Mermaid Slime to her collection. This fun Disney craft will keep the kids busy for hours.
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Since we have reached the half way point of summer and I seriously long for a much-needed beach day, I thought I would channel my inner Ariel and share another fun slime recipe with you. This time, I whipped up a batch of Mermaid Slime. I am having so much fun creating all these different slime variations. It’s totally cool for a mid-life mama like myself to be obsessed with slime right? Always a kid at heart! So in the world of dinglehoppers and snarfblatts, I thought sweet Ariel could use this fun Mermaid Slime to add to her collection. Don’t forget to check out the Disney Princess Slime I made a few months ago too. That is a really fun project too!
So have you heard, “I’m bored” yet from the kids? Slime is the perfect boredom buster. It is so easy to make too. The ingredients may even be sitting on your storage shelf at home. By combining two simple ingredients, glue (either white or clear) and liquid starch, you can create a fun craft that will keep the kids busy for hours. You can add some food coloring, glitter, and sparkle too for some extra pizzaz! If they are older they can probably make it themselves.
The beautiful teal color combined with the glitter resembles the scales of Ariel’s fin. So pretty. I even found some seashell confetti at the dollar store and added that for some extra sparkle.
Mermaid Slime Supply List
- 1 cup Clear Glue
- 3 – 4 tablespoons Liquid Starch
- Teal Food Coloring
- Teal Chunky Glitter
- Little Mermaid Party Confetti
Start by combining the glue and a drop or two of the food coloring together. Add the glitter and confetti and mix. Gradually stir in the liquid starch. The more you add the thicker the slime will be. Store in an air-tight container.
Here is a video to show you how easy the process is!
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