Introduction: Unicorn Floam Slime
**Safety Warning: This project may become messy and is harmful if ingested, we ask that children complete this project with adult supervision.**
- 1 mixing bowl
- 1 spoon
- Teaspoon and Tablespoon to measure
- 1 bottle of Elmer’s 6oz glitter glue
- ½ teaspoon of baking soda
- 1 ½ tablespoons of contact solution (note: contact solution must contain boric acid and sodium borate)
- Foam beads
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Step 1: Gather Listed Materials
Step 2: Add Glue to Bowl
Empty One Bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue Into your Bowl
Step 3: Add Baking Soda and Mix
Add ½ teaspoon of baking soda into the bowl and mix thoroughly
Step 4: Add Contact Solution and Mix
Add ½ tablespoon of contact solution to bowl and mix together
Step 5: Add Even More Contact Solution
Add another ½ tablespoon of contact solution to the bowl and mix thoroughly again
Once ingredients are mixed in take slime out of bowl and kneed the slime. Slime should be very sticky at this point but this is normal, keep kneading for about 5-10 minutes.
*Note: If your slime becomes too sticky add another ½ tablespoon of contact solution
Step 7: Put Slime Back in Bowl
Once slime is kneaded place back into the bowl you’ve already used
Step 8: Add Foam Beads
Slowly add foam beads to the slime and mix the two together. Use caution when adding beads because these beads can easily roll away
Step 9: Add Even More Beads
You can now add more foam beads by flattening the slime a bit and adding beads to the center of the mix and folding slime over the beads
Step 10: Enjoy Your Slime!
Once beads and slime are mixed you are finished! Enjoy your unicorn slime!
*Pro tip: To make your Unicorn Floam Slime last longer store it in plastic tupperware