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Valentine’s Day Slime

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You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine’s Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too! #Slime #ValentinesDay #Crafts #DIY #Kids #KidsCrafts #PartyIdeas
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Happy Valen-slime Day! What’s a fun holiday without a fun DIY slime project??!! Be sure to check out all of my fun slime recipes. I totally just realized that I skipped a Christmas slime post so I will definitely have to make that up to you next year.

I love creating slime recipes! It’s ooey, gooey and so much fun to play with. Since it is the season of love, you and the kids will love making this Valentine’s Day Slime. I really miss the days when I would help my kids make fun seasonal projects for their classroom parties and friends.

Now that they are 21 and 17, I think if I suggest creating a fun holiday craft, both Gabrielle and AJ would look at me like I had three heads.

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too! #Slime #ValentinesDay #Crafts #DIY #Kids #KidsCrafts #PartyIdeas

I tried a new recipe for this Valentine’s Day Slime. I swapped out liquid starch for Borax Powder and I found it much easier to work with. Either way, just make sure if you have younger kids you supervise them so they don’t put either version in their mouth.

What Do I need to make Valentine’s Day Slime!

Clear Elmer’s Glue
Borax Powder
Heart Confetti Glitter
Pink Ultra Fine Glitter
Water

How Do I Make This Easy Slime Recipe?

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!

Step 1

To get started, you will need to fill two bowls with 1/2 cup water each. Add 1/2 cup of the clear glue to one bowl. Mix well and then stir in the fine glitter and glitter confetti. You can add as much or little as you like. Add 1/2 teaspoon of Borax to the other bowl and mix together

Step 2

Slowly stir the Borax mixture into the bowl with the glittered glue. It will start to get “goopy” immediately. Mix until all the liquid is dissolved. Now you have created some really cool slime!

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!

This is such a fun Valentine’s Day craft project for the kids. The adorable heart-shaped confetti glitter makes it all the more fun!

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!

If you are hosting a party, you can use these heart-shaped silicone molds to store it in. Wrap each one up in a cellophane bags and then hand them out to your kid’s guests.

 

Happy Valen-slime Day! You can save this Valentine’s Day Slime recipe below to your Pinterest board for future reference.

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too! #Slime #ValentinesDay #Crafts #DIY #Kids #KidsCrafts #PartyIdeas #SlimeRecipe

Need some more slimy craft inspiration? Check out my other Slime Recipes.

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Pirate’s Booty Slime

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!
Yield: 2 cups

Valentine's Day Slime

Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!

Tools

Instructions

  1. To get started, you will need to fill two bowls with 1/2 cup of water each. Add 1/2 cup of the clear glue to one bowl. Mix well and then stir in the fine glitter and glitter confetti. You can add as much or little as you like. Add 1/2 teaspoon of Borax to the other bowl and mix together.
  2. Slowly stir the Borax mixture into the bowl with the glittered glue. It will start to get “goopy” immediately. Mix until all the liquid is dissolved. Now you have created some really cool slime!

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  1. How much does your Valentine’s slime recipe make, the one with Borax. Going to make for a class Valentine’s Day party. Would Need enough for 22 kids. Thanks!

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