Are you as excited for Frozen 2 as my kids and I are? If you have kids that love Frozen and LOVE slime, try making my Frozen inspired glitter slime recipe! This recipe uses clear glue, no borax, and includes three different glitter slimes that you can combine into an amazing Frozen inspired project. Glitter slimes are the perfect party favor for Frozen birthday parties!
Frozen Glitter Slimes
Today’s the last day of my glitter week posts for Craft Lightning, and I’ve been saving (my kids’) favorite for last! With the help of my 13 year old daughter, we created 3 different glitter slimes that combine to make the most awesome Frozen inspired glitter slime you can imagine!
Craft Lightning Glitter Week has been full of amazing glitter crafts and posts from some exceptional bloggers. Scroll to the end of the post to see more of those glitter posts from other bloggers. If you’d like to see the other posts that I contributed, click on the links below:
- How to Make Easy Glitter Ornaments – with the most AMAZING glue ever!
- Easy DIY Glitter Christmas Card
- DIY Glitter Christmas Lights Banner – with a FREE SVG File
- Pottery Barn Inspired Glitter Letter Ornament
My daughter insists that making a slime recipe that can be combined by the owner or gift recipient is half the fun. So we used a basic crystal clear slime recipe (with NO borax!) that can be used with 3 different kinds of glitters. Then, after you’ve made the 3 different varieties of glitter slime, you can mix them to make an amazing slime full of sparkles and snowflakes (because it’s Frozen inspired!)
Ingredients Needed to Make Frozen Glitter Slime
- Clear Craft Glue (I always buy it in the massive containers on Amazon)
- Mix of Fine and Chunky Glitter
- Blue Alcohol Ink
- Baking Soda
- Contact Solution
- Slime Storage Containers or Fillable Plastic Ornaments for holiday gifting or party favors
My daughter will tell you that slime making is a practice-makes-perfect kind of project. And she’s good at it – really good. Because she makes a lot of it! What I like about slime recipes is that you can always add more of the activating ingredients (baking soda & contact solution) or water and lotion in intervals to achieve the consistency of slime you’d like. It’s hard to mess up!
I ordered all of my glitters from specialty glitter shops – but you can truly use whatever Frozen inspired glitters you’d like! Maybe pink for Anna, blue for Elsa, and snowflakes for Olaf? The options are endless!
How to Make Frozen Glitter Slime
Making glitter slime is really easy! First, put your clear glue in a bowl. Add the baking soda and mix well to combine.
Next, slowly add the contact solution, and mix. It will start to pull away from the bowl, at which point you can start mixing it with your hands. You want it to be a little sticky, because when you add glitter it will make it more stiff.
We made the glitter slimes in 3 separate batches. The first set of glitter we used was the white holographic glitter and snowflake cutouts. This one we called our “Olaf Glitter Slime.”
The next two slimes are definitely Elsa-inspired! Next was the holographic chunky glitter blend.
The last slime contained a tiny bit of blue alcohol ink and blue holographic glitters.
After they were all made, we took small amounts of each of the glitter slimes and swirled them together to make the ultimate Frozen slime! My daughters absolutely loved mixing them together.
This Frozen glitter slime would also make a great holiday gift for tweens or kids – we packaged each slime into clear plastic ornaments (they separate in half) for gifting. Then the recipient can mix them on their own!
They would also be great for Frozen birthday party favors!
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Frozen Glitter Slime Recipe
Frozen Glitter Slime Recipe
- 1 cup clear glue
- 1 tbsp baking soda
- 1 ½ tbsp contact solution
- Pour glue into a medium sized bowl.
- Add baking soda and mix well.
- Gradually add contact solution and combine. Slime will start to harden and pull away from the edges of the bowl.
- Continue to mix with your hands to judge consistency. At this point, you want it to be a little sticky.
- Add glitter and mix well.
- Repeat two more times for additional glitter combinations. Then swirl them together as desired!
Angie from The Country Chic Cottage is one of the hostesses of Glitter Week, and she made 5 projects that you’ll love:
- DIY Christmas Potholders
- Christmas Fairy Garden in 15 Minutes or Less
- How to Make Glitter Stick to Wood
- DIY Christmas Tree Decorations with Silver Leaf
- Initial Ornament Made with Glitter Paint
Get more glitter project inspiration from these blog posts:
- Mom Juice Wine Tumbler by A Sweet Berry’s Blog
- Glitter Leather Earrings by Happy Go Lucky
- Naughty or Nice Glitter Sign by Me and My Inklings
- Baby’s First Thanksgiving Onesie by Underground Crafter
- Totally Tubular Glitter Bracelets by Creatively Beth
- Easy DIY Glitter Pens by Happiness is Homemade
- DIY Santa Key by Everyday Party Magazine