HALLOWEEN SLIME

Now if you’ve been around here for a while then you’ll know that Alessia is crazy obsessed with slime . From buying it to making it - she absolutely loves the stuff!



She’s recently made a Halloween slime and a few of you have asked how she makes her slimes so I thought I’d share her recipe with you! :)

HALLOWEEN SLIME ...You will need :

Pva glue
Baking powder
Green paint
Plastic spiders :)
Saline solution - can be found anywhere!

Get yourself a tub or bowl and fill it about half way with pva glue . You can get a big 5 litre tub of glue from most places . WHSmith do a really good price on the glue .

Add in a good dollop of Green paint and mix that in until the glue is completely green :)


Add in around a tablespoon of baking powder, and 2 tablespoons of saline solution. Mix, mix , mix.

The key is to get the slime to stretch, so when you bring your spoon up with the slime if it doesn’t stretch and it ‘pulls’ then add more saline solution until you get the right consistency.



Now you can add in your spiders for that spooky Halloween vibe.

Slime is definitely a no strict recipe kind of thing . It’s a little bit of this and a little bit more of that until you get the slime consistency that you want says Alessia .



Do let us know if you recreate this slime and definitely tag us on Instagram if you do :)

5 comments

  1. My daughter keeps nagging me to make slime - thanks for the recipe

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  2. Slime is banned in our house following what can only be described as a slime massacre!

    But I love the idea of this for Halloween with the spiders in it x

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  3. Amazing thanks so much for sharing how to make Halloween slime - my son is going to love this, especially the spiders!

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  4. Thanks Alessia for sharing your recipe. We used to make Halloween jelly with lime jelly and insect jelly sweets which had the advantage that you could eat it afterwards but slime looks more fun.

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  5. Never made slime. Will try this with my children some day. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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