Fourth of July Sparkle Slime

DIY Fourth of July Sparkle Slime. Borax free slime recipe to celebrate the 4th of July with your kids. #momlife #parenting #fourthofjuly #4thofjulycrafts #kidscrafts #slime

 

Your kids will love making this Fourth of July sparkle slime to celebrate the holiday.

 

My kids love making slime. Even though we have quite a collection of slime in our house, we are always looking for new ways to make it. Making slime is such an easy activity that makes my kids happy. My oldest daughter is eleven, she loves thinking up ways to make the slime different each time.

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This time we decided to make red, white and blue slime, since the Fourth of July is just around the corner. We added in some silver glitter to the slime this time. We did have a few problems with the glitter. My oldest accidentally poured most of the bottle of glitter into her first color, then knocked the remaining glitter over. Oh glitter, how I despise you. Dyson handheld to the rescue.

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One of the great things about making slime is that all the supplies are available on Amazon.com. You don’t even have to leave the house to get them.

 

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If you’re looking for more slime recipes here’s a few.

The Most Amazing Fluffy Slime Ever

Super Easy Slime Recipe

 

The ingredients for Fourth of July slime are:

Liquid Starch

Water

School Glue ( white )

Food coloring

Glitter

Craft Sticks for stirring ( optional )

Airtight containers for storage

 

Making the slime:

Each color is made separately then braided together.

Pour 1/2 cup of school glue into a bowl, add 1 tbsp of water and stir

Now add in your food coloring and glitter and stir. For the white slime we didn’t use any food coloring.

Slowly add in 1/4 cup of liquid starch. I had my kids keep stirring while I poured it in. The slime will be very watery at first, but after you stir and kneed it for awhile it will turn into a normal slime consistency.

 

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Put the slime you just made aside and repeat the process for the other colors.

 

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 My kids had so much fun making this. The finished product is so awesome.

 

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Written by: Devon

 

 

 

7 COMMENTS

  1. Jenn | 16th Jun 17

    I remember as a child having fun with commercialized slime products. This is great tha they get to make their own and have fu at the same time.

  2. Emily@happymomblog | 17th Jun 17

    WOW that is so festive and looks like a lot of fun! I don’t have the courage to take on messy projects with my kids! But it looks worth it!

  3. Olivia | 17th Jun 17

    So fun! I know my son would LOVE that…we are always looking at slime tutorials.

  4. Charity | 17th Jun 17

    I haven’t tried a starch based slime. We’ll have to give it a go.

    I love the idea of making this with the kids are the neighborhood Fourth of July picnic. I think they’d have so much fun.

  5. Bailey | 18th Jun 17

    How festive! Such a neat way to spark up a fun craft for the holidays. We might stick to just red and white for Canada Day.

  6. Nicole Caudle | 19th Jun 17

    We were thinking of making holiday slime. Great tutorial! I haven’t gotten into the slime craze yet, this is a great way to start .

  7. Anna | 25th Jun 17

    Ooo this is so fun!! My kids would love this!

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