What could be more fun than playing with snow? You might have a little artificial snow left from last Christmas’s crafts shopping. Rather than throw it out, be creative and use it as an ingredient for your slime projects. Fake snow is shimmery and very light-weight, which means you get to create a light and fluffy slime and it only takes just a few minutes to whip up. It maintains the stretchiness of the slime without overwhelming the original texture of the slime.
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Poof balls are not so different from foam cubes. This is another easy way to make crunchy slime with a lot of texture. Try different size poofs to get the texture you want. Since they are light, stretching the slime will still be able to hold them in place without weighing your concoction down. Vary the colors of the balls to make it even more appealing to the eyes. Be sure to start with less poof balls than what you need and then keep adding them in because it will be very difficult to remove them later.
Yes, we already discussed pigment powders. But glow in the dark pigments deserve its own category. Party loving and fun loving slimers alike will definitely find these enticing. These can be found in powder form across many different colors. First, shine a light onto the pigment-infused slime. This energizes the crystals of the pigment and stores up energy. Then, you can cloak the slime in darkness and the phosphors in the pigment will slowly emit the stored energy with a stunning glow. Don’t forget the first step, or you’ll be wondering why the glow-in-the-dark is not working.