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Pink Princess Slime with 4 Easy Ingredients

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Need a quick and easy slime recipe? This pink princess slime will be perfect for your prince or princess during imaginative play, party favors, or classroom gifts.

Making slime seems to be the fad that keeps on going!

Do your children like to make slime? This pink princess slime is sure to be a hit with all the kids.

Making slime so much more simple than you would think it would be! Plus, it can double as a science experiment! Don’t let the stickiness concern you. You can control how sticky or smooth your slime is!

Here is an easy to make slime recipe that will teach you how to make princess slime for yourself, friends, or to make as gifts.

How to Make Princess Slime

Pink Princess Slime

Materials for Pink Princess Slime

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1 6oz bottle Elmer’s Pink Glitter Glue

1/4 to 1/2 cup warm water, as needed

1/4 to 1/2 cup Liquid Starch, as needed

Pink Princess Glitter

Directions for Easy Slime Recipe

Pour the glitter glue into a medium-sized bowl.

Use a fork to stir in 1/4 cup warm water.

Add 1/4 cup Liquid Starch and stir well for 2 minutes.

Test the slime and add more water if too stiff, more Liquid Starch if too sticky.

Continue stirring until the slime forms into a ball, then knead for 2 minutes, adding more water or liquid starch, as needed.

Once the slime is stretchy and no longer sticky, knead in the glitter.

how to make princess slime

Ingredient Alternatives

Instead of starch, you can use Elmer’s Glue Magical Liquid Activator Solution. Use 1/2 cup magical liquid to the 6 oz bottle of glitter glue.

This all-in-one formula replaces contact lens solution, baking soda, and additives!

Slime Safety Reminders

Adult supervision is strongly suggested when children are playing with slime. It’s the quick phone call that turns into slime all over the carpet or a siblings hair.

This type of slime is not edible. If any part of the slime is ingested, call poison control immediately.

It is advised that parents or other adults make this slime. Do not make this slime with children 3 and younger.

Does your child have sensitive skin? Use gloves while playing with the slime. Should skin become irritated, discontinue play and wash hands. 

Always wash hands after playing with slime.

Easy Slime Recipe

Pink Princess Slime

Pink Princess Slime

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Need a quick and easy slime recipe? This pink princess slime will be perfect for your prince or princess during imaginative play, party favors, or classroom gifts.

Materials

  • 1 6oz bottle Elmer’s Pink Glitter Glue
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup warm water, as needed
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup Liquid Starch, as needed
  • Pink Princess Glitter

Instructions

    Pour the glitter glue into a medium-sized bowl.

    Use a fork to stir in 1/4 cup warm water.

    Add 1/4 cup Liquid Starch and stir well for 2 minutes.

    Continue stirring until the slime forms into a ball, then knead for 2 minutes, adding more water or liquid starch, as needed.

    Once slime is no longer sticky, add Princess Glitter Confetti

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The Science Behind How to Make Princess Slime

Sure slime is fun and easy to make, but how do the ingredients really come together to make the finished product?

The best slime always starts with the right kind of glue and the right slime activators.

Slime is created when polyvinyl acetate, or PVA, comes into contact with sodium borate, sodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate.

All slime activators are in the boron family. Slime activators include saline solution, liquid starch, and borax powder. They all contain similar chemicals for making a slime.

When the slime activator is combined with the glue, a chemical reaction called cross-linking occurs.

Cross-linking changes the viscosity, or the flow, of the new substance.

So when you combine the pink glitter glue with the liquid starch, you have a pink princess slime!

Is Slime a Liquid or a Solid?

Slime is considered a non-Newtonian fluid.

What in the world is that?! Easy! A non-Newtonian fluid is neither a liquid nor a solid.

It can be picked up like a solid, but it also will ooze like a liquid.

What happens when you take a ball of slime and place it on the table? It goes from the circle to a flat shape, right?

Slime does not have its own shape! Your slime changes its shape to fill whatever container it’s placed in.

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