Peyton has really found her talent, making slime. She’s really good at it. She will walk around a craft store for hours picking out the perfect gems, colors, glitter, and supplies to make a themed slime that looks like we bought it in a store. I’m impressed with how much she knows about all this and with her combinations. Today, Peyton wanted to make a Princess Jasmine slime. You know, Princess Jasmine from Aladdin.
We both enjoyed the live-action version of Aladdin this year and Peyton has not stopped talking about so here we are, making a slime.
To make your own Princess Jasmine slime you will need the following –
I put links of where to purchase the items above. I know it’s frustrating when you have to try and figure it out with no help, so I gave you links so you can click and shop.
Your first step is to find a glass bowl or disposable bowl and pour the Elmer’s Glue-All and 1/4 bottle of the Elmer’s Magical Liquid together, then stir. This part is the hardest and it does take a few minutes. Peyton and I usually take turns at this step.
You can add the teal color at the same time you are doing the mixing or wait until you have slime and mix it in. I usually add it after the slime is starting to firm up but is not quit slime, I find it’s easiest at that step to add it.
Once you have a nice consistency you can add your glitter. Pour a generous amount of the gold and teal glitter into the slime and mix. You can also skip this step if you want a glitterless slime. Unfortunately for me, Peyton loves glitter so we are doing glitter!
Also, add a few drops of your favorite fragrance to scent your slime. Peyton chose jasmine because she thought it went with Princess Jasmine.
Now you have slime!
Place it in your airtight container and spread the gold pigment on top of the slime.
Then, arrange your Princess Jasmine gems on the top.
You should have the exact slime we made.
Be sure to keep an eye out for more of Peyton’s slime creations. She really loves making slime.
Check out our Disney Villian Slime we made last week. It was our first try at slime and it turned out really well.