Glow in the dark slime takes slime to a new level and everyone will go crazy over this fun slime. Learn how to make glow in the dark slime for a super cool slime activity. You only need 3 ingredients!
Glow in the dark slime
We have a really cool slime recipe for you and this Glow in the dark slime is sure to be a hit. My kids went crazy over this. They thought this was the best thing ever!
Slime is always fun to make and we sure have made a lot. However, this glow in the dark slime really is amazing!
If you plan to have a glow in the dark party, this is a really fun activity or party favor. It is a great activity and simple to do.
We learned how to make fluffy slime and that was so much fun! They just love making any kind of slime.
We have even learned how to make slime for kids that is calming and the creativity is just amazing. If your kids are crazy over slime like mine are, they are going to love this new slime recipe that glows in the dark.
It is so cool and budget friendly. That is a must!
How do you make Elmer’s glue glow in the dark slime?
It is really so easy and the key ingredient is this Glow in the Dark Glue. You only need 3 ingredients to make this so it is not complicated at all.
You know we like to keep it simple. Keep reading for all the DIY instructions for this cool slime that glows in the dark.
Let’s learn how to make glow in the dark slime!
This is going to be a hit with all of the kids! It really is so fun and looks cool.
Ingredients for glow in the dark slime:
- 1 5 oz container of Glow in the Dark Glue
- ½ tsp of Baking Soda
- 1 Tablespoon Saline Solution (Make sure to use one with boric acid in it. This is very important.)
How to make glow in the dark slime with glow in the dark glue:
First, put the glow in the dark glue in a large mixing bowl.
Next, stir in the baking soda until well combined.
Now it is time for the saline solution. Slowly add in the saline solution to activate the slime.
Once the glue begins to pull away from the bowl and stick to the spoon, remove from the bowl and mix with your hands. Knead with your hands until the slime forms.
Now you know how to make Elmer’s glow in the dark slime!
It is that easy! Doesn’t it look so cool? The kids are going to love making this and playing with it!
We make a lot of DIY projects around here including all kinds of slime recipes. This is definitely pretty high on the list of favorites.
It is something different and a blast to make and play with. I love that it is really 2 activities in 1 and inexpensive to make as well!
If the slime is too sticky, add more saline solution (I would add in ½ tsp intervals) until the slime is the consistency that you prefer.
We found that the yellow glow in the dark slime worked the best but everyone enjoyed all the colors. Make glow in the dark slime today!
How long does glow in the dark slime last?
It should last about 1 week or possibly longer if stored in an air tight container.
Try this easy and fun glow in the dark slime this week with the kiddos.
Kids will love this glow in the dark slime recipe. It is so simple and easy with the slime ingredients being so minimal. I love that you only need 3 ingredients.
You can also add a few tablespoons of glow in the dark paint for another option. This also looks cool under a black light whereas just using food coloring would not glow for a dark slime recipe.
Once you make this, the kids will want to do it all the time because it is so amazing. The slime glows and it looks really cool.
We have so much fun with DIY projects!
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The kids will be entertained for hours! Yeah!
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