Everyone loves a good Disney Villain. Who doesn’t love to hate Maleficent, Ursula and Cruella DeVille? And we know all children seem to be obsessed with slime. So when Peyton was begging me to make slime with her this week I was more likely to say yes if it was something I found entertaining. When I came across these Disney Villain buttons at Michaels I knew we had to use them in slime. They are very similar to charms but I have never seen an Ursula charm that I liked as much as this button. Needless to say, I gave in and let Peyton pick out the supplies to make her very own Disney Villain’s Slime.
Here is what you’ll need –
I picked up all these items at Michaels but you could also order them online.
This recipe has only a few steps making it one of the easier slime recipes out there.
First, empty the container of Elmer’s Glitter Glue into your glass bowl.
Next, add 1/4 bottle of the Elmer’s Magical Liquid to the bowl and stir until combined. You may need to add a little bit more if the slime is sticking to the sides of the bowl. You’ll know you’ve added enough when all the glue has turned into slime and is sticking to itself and not the bowl.
Add a few drops of fragrance if you want.
Lastly, knead the slime with your fingers until it is well combined. Then you can spread it out, sprinkle with your desired choice of glitter and add your charms! Or in this case buttons!
To store the slime, use an airtight container. I like the containers with screw-on lids because I feel they offer a little more assurance that it’s closed.
This recipe yields one 8 oz jar of Disney Villain’s Slime.
Peyton is our slime expert and she said this was a very nice slime. It was thick and had great stretch. It was perfect for poking and made some great snaps. She’s actually been playing with it all day and loves it.
I will warn you, the black glue does give off a little color at first so I would not wear light-colored clothing or long sleeves the first few times you play with this. And remind your children to wash their hands when they are done. Otherwise, you’ll have little fingerprints throughout your home.