Wednesday, July 6, 2016

SUPER EASY DIY SLIME!

Hey Jammers! :D I don't normally do DIY posts, but this I just HAD to share with y'all.

One of my most favorite YouTubers, HelloMaphie, recently uploaded a video showing how to make homemade slime without borax or liquid starch. You can view her video here:




Whenever I attempt to make DIYs I see on the internet, I usually fail, but this time I was successful! :D

I was so proud of myself that I wanted to show you guys how to make your own. Of course you can simply just watch her video, but it's just as interesting to read my post, right? Kidding, kidding... ;p

Here's what you're gonna need:

- Baking Soda
- Elmer's School Glue
- Contant Lense Solution (any brand works as long as it has boric acid in it)
- A spoon or popsicle stick
- A small bowl
- Food coloring (optional)

First, pour the glue into the small bowl. It's up to you how much you pour, but how much you pour is how much slime this recipe will make.


Next, sprinkle about 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda into the bowl. Like I said earlier, it all depends on how much glue you use. I poured about 1/3 of glue into the bowl, so I used about 1 1/2 tablespoons of baking soda. Just experiment with it and try it out!


If you want to add some color to your slime (who doesn't?), use a few drops of food coloring.


Now, with your spoon/popsicle stick or whatever else, mix it all together until it reaches a consistency of cake icing.


Once you've reached that point, go ahead and squirt a little bit of contact lense solution into the mixture. There aren't exact amounts. ^.^



Mix it again and you should see an immediate change in the slime.


Once you've thoroughly mixed the slime, take it out and knead it with your hands until it is no longer sticky.


And that's it! Now you are ready to play with your homemade slime!


Thanks for reading. Adios!


34 comments:

  1. Is that your dining room in the background? It looks lovely :)

    sugarcat2

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    1. Does it turn moldy? It probably won't but just to be sure my last slime did :( XD Since its made by you it probably won't but JUST TO BE SURE XD
      -angelna8

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    2. As long as you keep playing with it regularly and store it in a plastic bag, I think it should be fine. :)

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  2. Here's a funny story

    I got slime like this with the National geographic kids magazine in the issue that had an ad for animal jam and made me play it. And thus slime is very special XD

    -AJKraft

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  3. You have some very attractive food colourings.

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  4. Hey! I was just recycling and Aj wrote that ONE OR MORE OF UR ITEMS CANNOT BE DELETED IT WAS PIXELATED BUSH which is supposed to be sold for about 105 but it was 210 i canceled the recycling and 2 bushes were deleted GRRR ANIMAL JAM
    CUDDLY6342 < _>

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  5. That's cool! I always love watching DIYS for some reason. Nice new blog template

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  6. That's pretty cool but, I'm not sure what I'd do with slime

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    1. CHUCK IT AT A WALL
      Just kidding, slime does not deserve that kind of pain. XD

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  7. Awesome :3
    I've always wanted like a baby slime, from minecraft or something XD
    Thanks
    -Sixty58, yours truly :-3

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  8. Remember when you had to find a certain spot in jamaa and take a picture of it? Well it was supposed to announce the winners a week ago, but I think they forgot about it. -Frizzy-

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    1. Oh yeah! I remember that. I wonder when they'll announce the winners for that... IF they ever do, that is.

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    2. They have, actually. Here's the link!
      http://dailyexplorer.animaljam.com/en/posts/9

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    3. Oh, cool! It must've slipped past my eye. xD

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  9. Cool! I don't think I would enjoy it though because I hated playing with Gak. Though I'm sure my little sis will love doing that!

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    1. Hehe! ^.^ I hope she does. I've always loved playing with squishy things so this slime was so fun to knead with my hands.

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    2. What the heck? I never made an account!
      - Cheer

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    3. Great we have another imposter. I didn't make this comment.

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  10. I'll have to try this sometime

    ALSO I WANT THAT MONKEY

    vic

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  11. it would also be cool if u made a video or a blog like this one of how to make a blog? Maybe
    -angelna8

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  12. We have that monkey plushy, XD -sarahkey8

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  13. Congratulations, Naffy!
    You have been featured as the Spotlight on my blog, The Animal Jam Cavern. In addition to that, your blog has been featured as the Random Link of the Day!
    http://theanimaljamcavern.blogspot.com/

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  14. That looks like fabulous sensory play! I need to find somewhere that sells Elmers glue and liquid starch here in Scotland! I'm also write about glue and water slime please give me a feedback for this slime making recipe.

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