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Poppy Slime

If you have kids that are crazy for Trolls, you are going to want to make this super simple Poppy Slime together! Your kids will love that it is clear with fun confetti because it is so fun to stretch out and squish!

Before quarantine, I wasn’t all that cool with slime. My kids have slimed their hair, clothes, our furniture, the dog… you name it, they have probably put slime on it.

But, since then, I am a changed mom. I have learned to relax a lot, and I have jumped into slime making with the kids. This was our first attempt at a clear slime and the results were so pretty and fun to stretch. I can’t wait to make other varieties!

This Poppy Slime was inspired by the digital release of Trolls World Tour. We were major fans of the first film so we of course watched it the first day it was released. My daughter was super impressed, so to keep the beat going, we made this Poppy slime with laundry starch.

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Ingredients:

Clear Elmer’s School Glue

Sta Flo Laundry Starch

Water

Chunky Confetti Style Glitter (I got mine at Target in the dollar spot)

Poppy Slime Directions:

Mix water and clear glue.

Add as much pink chunky glitter as you desire!

Slowly begin adding liquid starch, add about 1/4 cup to start with.

Right away your slime will begin to pull away from the sides of the container you are mixing in.

Keep stirring until you have a blob of slime that has no liquid.

Dribble just a drop of starch on your hands. Now begin kneading the slime until it is no longer stringy.

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Poppy Slime

Poppy Slime

This clear slime was inspired by Trolls 2! Poppy fans will love to make this easy slime with starch!

Materials

  • Clear Elmer’s School Glue
  • Sta Fast Laundry Starch
  • Water
  • Chunky Confetti Style Glitter (I got mine at Target in the dollar spot)

Instructions

  1. Mix water and clear glue.
  2. Add as much pink chunky glitter as you desire!
  3. Slowly begin adding liquid starch, add about 1/4 cup to start with.
  4. Right away your slime will begin to pull away from the sides of the container you are mixing in.
  5. Keep stirring until you have a blob of slime that has no liquid.
  6. Dribble just a drop of starch on your hands. Now begin kneading the slime until it is no longer stringy.