So, it looks like we’re on a roll with this slime thing. First, we made this sparkly gold glitter New Year’s slime, and now this — Pink Glitter Valentine Slime. If you look closely, you can see the tiny little heart shaped glitter inside. As you can tell, I’m a sucker for sparkly things. What can I say? Especially if it’s shaped like a heart.
Of course, we found the glitter at the Target dollar aisle. (I love the Target dollar aisle). It was buried deep in the bottom shelf, but I found it!
And like I mentioned earlier, if you look closely, you can see the tiny little hearts. Aren’t they so pretty? We are thinking of using the middle one next time closer to Valentine’s. The recipe we use is consistent. Not only does it create the same consistency every time, but it also holds its consistency for a long time. I know you all know what it’s like to make a total fail slime. It’s not fun. And SO disappointing. Surprisingly, the fine glitter on the very right, made the best slime out of all three. Because it was ultra smooth and did not shed any glitter.
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What you will need:
Contact Lens Solution (make sure it contains boric acid and sodium borate)
My daughter loves slime. And considering it took me a few trips to find clear glue, because it was sold out everywhere, I’m assuming, every kid right now loves slime. We especially love this pink glitter valentine slime, though. It looks so clear and rosy when stretched.
A bit early, indeed, but we are totally looking forward to Valentine’s Day! For more fun Valentine’s posts check out our Valentine egg muffins and heart shaped no sugar oatmeal muffins, too!
Clear Pink Glitter Valentine Slime
- 1/2 cup of clear glue
- 1/2 cup of water
- 1 tsp of baking soda
- 1 tbsp plus 1/2 tsp of contact lens solution (make sure it has boric acid and sodium borate in it)
- Glitter - don't put too much glitter if using chunky glitter or it might shed a bit. Less is more. (We used a lot in ours for an extra sparkly look.)For fine glitter, you can be generous with the amount.
- In a small mixing bowl, mix glue and water together.
- Add glitter.
- Add baking soda.
- Add contact lens solution.
- Mix well until it get sticky. Then knead and work with your hands until it gets to a perfect slime consistency. Not sticky.
- Seal in an airtight container to store for future use.
Recipe adapted from Little Bins Little Hands.