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Giant Bubble Slime Recipe


Updated May 23, 2017
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Kids love playing with slime that slips and slides through their fingers, so set some time aside and make some homemade slime with your kids. This Giant Bubble Slime Recipe will make any kid's face light up with a grin, and they will have a blast helping you make their own crazy-colored slime. The coolest thing about this type of slime is that you can blow bubbles with it. Every kid loves to blow bubbles, and you can blow some massive bubbles with this slime recipe.

Giant Bubble Slime Recipe
Giant Bubble Slime Recipe
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Materials: Mixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age Group: Toddlers, Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School

Time to complete: One hour

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I remember these from when I was a kid! They were so much fun.

what did you use to make it

Hi there! If you click on the link that says "Click here for kids' craft project" you'll find the full tutorial on the blog! I think the base of her slime recipe is liquid starch and Elmer's glue. Thanks for commenting!

I recently took my nephew to a birthday party where they had a table set up for slime-making. He loved making the stuff but I couldnt understand why he lost interest after a few minutes of play. These gak bubbles are the perfect solution to keep him interested! I know hell want to blow them up himself, then pop them, over and over again. This project will be our Saturday afternoon - Thanks! (I hope I get the right consistency the first time!)


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