FISHBOWL SLIME - THE CRUNCHIEST SLIME! NO BORAX!

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Introduction: FISHBOWL SLIME - THE CRUNCHIEST SLIME! NO BORAX!

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 ca...

This Fishbowl Slime / Crunchy Slime is the most beautiful slime we’ve ever made! It looks just like a geode! And it is so fun to crunch. We use our favorite slime method so no borax, detergent or liquid starch is needed. Thank you to Anathemaslime on Instagram for this cool idea!
http://instagram.com/anathemaslime

You will need:

Clear or White PVA glue - Elmers and CraZArt brands work well

Baking soda

Saline solution or eyedrops (see note below)

Acrylic vase filler, fish bowl filler or small, clear beads - this is what we used: https://www.michaels.com/ashland-clear-mini-discs/10998221.html

Optional: Glitter Optional: Food dye

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

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    5 Discussions

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    Mark27077
    Mark27077

    3 years ago

    What should I do if I added too much saline solution?(I think that's the case because if I play with it the beads fall out)

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    CraftyGirlsTV
    CraftyGirlsTV

    Reply 3 years ago

    Soak it in some hot water, in a bowl or in your sink. After a minute, knead it a bit, soak it some more, knead it...it should feel softer pretty quickly. Only let it soak until it's soft enough, don't go past that or you'll have too wet of a slime, but it should work well.

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    3 years ago

    I love this slime so much!

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    CraftyGirlsTV
    CraftyGirlsTV

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you!! Have you seen our newest slime, we just uploaded it yesterday, it is GORGEOUS! Giant Avalanche Slime is the title. :)

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    3 years ago

    it's so pretty!