DIY GALAXY SLIME! NO BORAX NEEDED!

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Introduction: DIY GALAXY SLIME! NO BORAX NEEDED!

About: Follow twins, Annelise and Julia, and big sister, Rachel, as they create fun crafts and delicious snacks! Look for regular appearances by our dumbo rats, Sugarplum, Honeybun & Hazelnut, and our tuxedo cats…

Learn how to make this beautiful Galaxy Slime with Annelise & Rachel. NO Borax, liquid starch or detergent needed!

You will need:

Clear school glue (must be PVA glue)

Baking soda

Eyedrops or contact lens saline solution (see note below)

Acrylic paint in galaxy colors

Fine glitter

*Note about eyedrops/saline solution: Make sure that you see either Boric Acid or Sodium Borate in the ingredients. If not, check for the words “Buffered Saline” on the package. If it says this, you are good to go!

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    4 Discussions

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    Mihsin
    Mihsin

    4 years ago

    You are cute girls. No clear glue where I live. I enjoyed watching you. BTW, I'm 72+

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    CraftyGirlsTV
    CraftyGirlsTV

    Reply 4 years ago

    Mihsin, thank you! Our grandma turns 72 this year. ?

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    DreamDabbler
    DreamDabbler

    4 years ago

    I guess it's a handy way to do it if you don't have borax, but do have extra eyedrops or buffered saline solution. Might be easier to get just the right amount of borax, too.

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    CraftyGirlsTV
    CraftyGirlsTV

    Reply 4 years ago

    We've made a lot of slime and this really is the easiest way we've found to make slime, and we get the best results from it too. Plus you aren't putting your hands into a bunch of Borax water (though there is boric acid in the eyedrops, we feel like there is a smaller amount), which probably isn't great. Hope you get to try the recipe!