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Easy 3 Ingredient Princess Slime Recipe For Girls [VIDEO]

Inside: Learn how to make this glittery pink princess slime for kids!

We’ve said it before, but once you start making slime for your kids, you’re not going to want to stop! 

It’s so much simpler than you’d think and once you realize you can control just how sticky or smooth your slime is, you won’t worry about all the mess. 

With summer right around the corner, we love sending the kids outside with a sensory bin filled with slime!

It’s really amazing how long slime can entertain kids. And we all know, the longer an activity will occupy the kids time, the less opportunity for arguing! It’s a summer win win. 

Today we’re sharing how to make this ultra sparkly, glitter infused princess slime for girls. If you have a little girl who loves all things pink, glittery and princess, this slime is perfectly suited to her. 

This slime is our newest addition to our easy slime recipe for kids collection. Be sure to check it out and save some ideas for later. 

Read or watch the video below to see how make a batch for your kiddo! 

How To Make Pink Princess Slime

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Slime Ingredients

Slime Supplies

  • Mixing bowl 
  • Fork

Directions

  1. Pour the entire bottle of pink Elmer’s glue into your mixing bowl.
  2. Add 1/4 cup Elmer’s Magical liquid to the pink glue. If you don’t have magical liquid, add 1 teaspoon baking soda and 1 1/2 -2 tablespoons contact lens solution to the bowl.
  3. Use the fork to mix the magical liquid into the glue.
  4. Use your hands to mix, knead, pull and stretch your slime into your desired consistency. If your slime is still too sticky, add more magical liquid, a little at a time.
  5. Once your slime is at your desired consistency, add in your pink glitter. We love ultra glittery slime, so we used 3 tablespoons of pink glitter.
  6. Mix the glitter into your slime. 
  7. Enjoy the sparkly goodness of your pink princess slime! 

Isn’t this the sparkliest slime you’ve ever seen?!

Even the video doesn’t do it justice. Once you make this girly slime, be sure to take it outside and watch the glitter catch all the light. It’s mesmerizing!!

This simple slime recipe is fun for occupying your kids or works just as well as a DIY party favor for a princess themed birthday party. All you need to do is find a cute jar to put it in and tie a little ribbon or add a fun sticker to the top and voila, you have an adorable homemade party favor girls will love! 

Elmer’s Magical Liquid Notes

While Elmer’s magical liquid makes it super simple to make slime at home with your kids, there are a few things to keep in mind. 

The bottle says to mix 1/4 cup of magical liquid to a 4, 5 or 6 oz bottle of Elmer’s glue. You totally can use just 1/4 cup of the magical liquid, but this will make a very sticky slime

I’m not sure why they suggest such a small amount, because when you use that amount the slime will stick all over your hands and is much messier than the other types of slime recipes we’ve shared. 

If that’s what you’re going after, go to town; you’re all set! 

If, however, you like a less sticky slime you will need to add more magical liquid to your glue. We suggest mixing an additional 1 tablespoon at a time until the slime reaches the desired consistency. 

Because we like a non-sticky slime, we usually end up adding an additional 1/4 cup, making it 1/2 cup magical liquid in total. 

pink princess slime

Don’t forget, you can also substitute a 1/2 tablespoon of baking soda and 1 1/2 tablespoons of contact solution (it must contain boric acid) in place of the magical liquid. 

Slime Safety Notes

Adult supervision is needed when kids are playing with slime. 

This type of slime is not edible. If any part of the slime is ingested, contact your doctor immediately. 

Parents or another adult should make the slime. This type of slime should not be used with children 3 and younger or any child who may try to eat the slime. 

If your child has sensitive skin, use gloves while playing with the slime or watch them to be sure the slime isn’t irritating to the skin. 

Always have your child wash their hands after playing with slime.

More Activities For Girls

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Easy 3 Ingredient Princess Slime Recipe

Easy 3 Ingredient Princess Slime Recipe

Yield: 1 batch
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Make this pink, glitter infused princess slime for your girls this summer!

Tools

  • Mixing bowl
  • Fork

Instructions

  1. Pour the entire bottle of pink Elmer's glue into your mixing bowl. 
  2. Add 1/4 cup Elmer's Magical liquid to the pink glue. If you don't have magical liquid, add 1 teaspoon baking soda and 1 1/2 -2 tablespoons contact lens solution to the bowl.
  3. Use the fork to mix the magical liquid into the glue. 
  4. Use your hands to mix, knead, pull and stretch your slime into your desired consistency. If your slime is still too sticky, add more magical liquid, a little at a time. 
  5. Once your slime is at your desired consistency, add in your pink glitter. We love ultraglittery slime, so we used 3 tablespoons of pink glitter. 
  6. Mix the glitter into your slime. 
  7. Enjoy the sparkly goodness of your pink princess slime! 

Notes

If you substitute the magical liquid with baking soda and contact lens solution, your contact solution must contain boric acid.

If your slime is turning out too sticky, read our section on Elmer's magical liquid tips.

Easy 3 Ingredient Princess Slime Recipe

Easy 3 Ingredient Princess Slime Recipe

Yield: 1 batch
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Make this pink, glitter infused princess slime for your girls this summer!

Tools

  • Mixing bowl
  • Fork

Instructions

  1. Pour the entire bottle of pink Elmer's glue into your mixing bowl. 
  2. Add 1/4 cup Elmer's Magical liquid to the pink glue. If you don't have magical liquid, add 1 teaspoon baking soda and 1 1/2 -2 tablespoons contact lens solution to the bowl.
  3. Use the fork to mix the magical liquid into the glue. 
  4. Use your hands to mix, knead, pull and stretch your slime into your desired consistency. If your slime is still too sticky, add more magical liquid, a little at a time. 
  5. Once your slime is at your desired consistency, add in your pink glitter. We love ultraglittery slime, so we used 3 tablespoons of pink glitter. 
  6. Mix the glitter into your slime. 
  7. Enjoy the sparkly goodness of your pink princess slime! 

Notes

If you substitute the magical liquid with baking soda and contact lens solution, your contact solution must contain boric acid.

If your slime is turning out too sticky, read our section on Elmer's magical liquid tips.

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