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Pink Glitter Slime: Knead to Finishing Combining Ingredients

Super Simple Glitter Slime Recipe

August 9, 2019 Sarah Coggins
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Somehow I’ve managed to stay out of the slime making world until recently. I’m not a completely “un-fun mom.” I’ve taken my son to the local craft store to make some during a make ‘n take event. He’s made slime at school and camp. Both kids made some slime during a Cub Scout event in February (that particular slime recipe resulted in super sticky slime that hit the trash immediately after thankfully). But during a trip to the craft store with my 4 year old daughter, I caved and purchased pink glitter Elmer’s glue specifically to make slime with.

Super Simple Slime Recipe

We tried our hands (pun intended) at this very simple slime recipe and had great results.


  • 3oz Elmer’s glue
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 1.5 tsp Contact lens solution
  • Bowl or cup
  • Spoon
Glitter Glue + Measuring Spoons to use for making Pink Slime


Step 1 Pour the glue into a bowl or cup. We used a disposable red cup and poured in about half of the bottle leaving us glue to make more slime another day.

Pink Glitter Slime: Mixing Ingredients

Step 2 Add baking soda to the glue. Stir to mix the two ingredients.

Step 3 Add contact lens solution and stir. Stir. Stir.

Step 4 Use your hands to knead the mixture. If it’s sticky (ours was very sticky), squirt in a little more of the contact lens solution. Knead the slime mixture some more until it has a nice, smooth feeling.

Pink Glitter Slime: Knead to Finishing Combining Ingredients

That’s it! Making slime is really that simple. Now have fun playing and remember to stash your project in a sealed container to play again later.

Have you made slime? 

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