DIY Fluffy Slime Recipe (Non-Toxic!)

Slime?! I’m blogging about slime?! True, today’s post is a bit of a departure from the norm around here, but if you have school-age kids, then you know exactly what I’m talking about! Slime has taken over households this Summer, and is the reason Elmer’s Glue is sold out virtually everywhere!

It’s also the single most frequently asked question I get on Instagram lately! It’s gotten to the point where I won’t even post my daughter on Insta Stories if she’s holding, making, or playing with slime!! Seriously, if I do, the requests for her slime recipe come flowing in faster than I can keep up.

Some of you are likely still confused, but others know all too well exactly what I’m talking about! My Little Miss is passionate about making slime, and agreed to share her homemade (and safe) recipe and tips for creating a perfect, fluffy batch!

non toxic homemade slime recipe for kids

I have two rules when it comes to slime:

  1. Use only safe, non-toxic ingredients (no Borax or soaps)
  2. Keep the slime away from fibrous materials like rugs, carpets and towels (it sticks to those, but is fine on hard surfaces like tables.)
  3. Okay, three rules…don’t use Daddy’s shaving cream!

Now for the ingredients and instructions!

{What You Need}
School Glue
Shaving Cream
Contact Lens Solution
Food Color (optional)
Large Bowl
Spoon

 

slime recipe ingredients

As for the actual making of the slime, I’m going to let Little Miss take it from here…

Hi everyone!! Today’s post as you saw in the “title” is all about slime! I made this video below to show you how I make Non-Toxic Fluffy Slime. It has my recipe and all the tips and tricks I use to make my fluffy slime!!!!! πŸ™‚Β 




diy green homemade slime for kids

So I hope you enjoyed the video and blog post, and it helped answer your questions!! If you have any more questions, just post a comment and my mom will tell me. Have fun making slime everyone!!!!!Β 

Thanks, babygirl! Can you believe she made that video all by herself!? I’m not kidding…she recorded, edited, and added all the graphics and music! She and Mr. SP even wrote the theme song at the end! I hope your kids love making slime, too, and spend hours and hours playing with it! #summerwinning

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36 Comments

  1. I think I myself could get addicted to this slime, since I’m so fidgety when I’m bored, haha! Great DIY!

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    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  2. Rachelle wrote:

    Thanks Sloan & Cassie. I will make that with my kids this week.

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  3. Rachelle wrote:

    Ps. Great job on the video

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  4. Pam Clark wrote:

    She’s a natural!! Dad too! Thanks for the heads up; as a middle school teacher, I was sure something would replace those spinners this fall. I guess I’ll have to put all my bottles of glue under lock and key!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  5. Love the video Sloan! My niece loves making slime too! I’ll have to share this viseo with her! Hope your havig a great summer! Oh and I love the theme song! So cute! Xo

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  6. Kelly wrote:

    Way to go Sloan! What an awesome tutorial!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  7. Great video, Sloan! Seriously impressed with your skills!!!!!!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  8. Oh my gosh, your daughter is so cute! I love the video and also that she included the bloopers! So creative!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  9. Diane wrote:

    She’s adorable! Thank you from my 6 year old. He’s excited to try it!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  10. Christina wrote:

    Great video Sloan!!! You are such a natural at filming and editing. I loved the bloopers and music. I think your next video should be how to do that perfect top knot! πŸ™‚

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  11. Sarah wrote:

    Cute video! My girls have been asking to make slime and I had no idea why! We’ll have to make this! And I agree with Christina on the top knot

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  12. Jennifer wrote:

    Great job on the video Sloan! As a Mom of an 11 year old and an elementary school teacher, I know all about the slime! I think this will be a great thing for my daughter to try this summer! πŸ™‚

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  13. I think playing with that would make a great stress reliever!
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  14. JennieM wrote:

    OMG, I had to put a stop to slime making in my house. My kiddo made first made it with Borax (not good) and then switched to contact lens solution… The mess! Towels, a rug and countless shirts have been affected by slime! Now when the urge hits to make or play with it, I send her over to the “nice” mom’s house! πŸ™‚

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  15. Erin Sutch wrote:

    WOW! She did such a great job! Way to go, Sloan! It amazes me the skills my kiddos have! They are techie naturals! The theme song was the perfect special touch!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  16. Sasha wrote:

    She is a natural!! Loved the video and the song.

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  17. Lisa wrote:

    Super cute video! My 11yo is obsessed with slime. I was at Target last week and they had an entire end cap dedicated to slime ingredients. Which means we now own a giant vat of Elmer’s Glue!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  18. Robin wrote:

    Great job Sloan!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  19. Carley wrote:

    What a super fun video to watch! You are a natural mini sugarplum! Can’t wait to make slime with my 8 year old neighbor boy that I have adopted as my grandson! I will share the video with him! Thank you!

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  20. Suzanne wrote:

    What a great job you did Sloan! I loved your video❀️

    Posted 7.10.17 Reply
  21. Creighton wrote:

    Darling! Love your blog and especially this post. My 5th grade daughter has been making so much slime this summer, we finally invested in the gallon jug of glue from Michaels! She never seems to tire of it! Lots of fun so many creative options for it. Thanks for sharing!

    Posted 7.11.17 Reply
  22. Debbie Hutcherson wrote:

    Great video! Talent certainly runs in the family!

    Posted 7.11.17 Reply
  23. Nichole wrote:

    So cute! What did software or app did she use to put the video together? My daughter would love to do that.

    Posted 7.11.17 Reply
  24. Kristine wrote:

    Oh my gosh! Sloan you did SUCH a great job!! What a great start to my day. I have a perma-grin on my face after watching that. The song at the end was hilarious!

    Posted 7.12.17 Reply
  25. Danna wrote:

    Brilliant! Sloan needs her own blog!!

    Posted 7.12.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      She’s dying for her own You Tube channel! #nomaam πŸ™‚

      Posted 7.13.17 Reply
  26. Amy wrote:

    My 6 and 4 year old love making slime so they were very excited to try this recipe!! We had been making slime with borax so thank you for a non toxic recipe:). It turned out awesome! My girls have it two thumbs up! I will say – you need to mix it a lot in your hands until it doesn’t stick to you anymore. We almost gave up on it as it was still very sticky while mixing. Great tutorial Sloan!!

    Amy

    Posted 7.14.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      So glad it was helpful!! yes, you get really messy with the hand-mixing, but it’s a key step!! xo

      Posted 7.14.17 Reply
  27. Betsy and Megan wrote:

    This was so fun! We made it tonight using pink glitter glue and it turned out so cute! Thank you! You are a great teacher, Sloan! πŸ™‚

    Posted 7.18.17 Reply
    • Amanda losier wrote:

      I tried it and it didn’t work. Did you do anything different to get the consistency right?

      Posted 5.2.19 Reply
  28. jackie wrote:

    How professional your daughter is. What a little cutie and a chip of the ole block! Keep it up Sloan ( I love your name)

    Posted 8.9.17 Reply
  29. Dee wrote:

    Helppppppppp, Sloan!! My granddaughter is visiting us in North Carolina from Seattle and we watched the video several times before first attempt. We had a big FAIL. NEVER got to the sticky stage. Was more like melted marshmallow consistency. How many ounces were in the bottle of glue you used??? Any other suggestions? We still had fun though it didn’t work. Thanks for putting this video together. You did a SUPER job! Ciao, Dee

    Posted 8.25.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      My guess is you put too much contact lens solution!?!?

      Posted 8.30.17 Reply
  30. Hey I read your blog, the recipe is superb and very easy to understand. But the description about the process is a bit less. Here I found another blog as mentioned with three ways to make slime

    Posted 6.23.18 Reply
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    To our health!
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    Posted 10.12.18 Reply
  32. Amanda wrote:

    I tried this slime exactly how you did it and mine turned out into a marshmallow goup…

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