A few years ago we created unicorn poop slime and everyone really loved it. Since then, MomDot has been on the forefront of creating and inspiring you out there to enjoy slime in a sensory and creative fashion with awesome new slimes like Kinetic slime (holds shape) and Rainbow Explosion to old favorites like 4th of July Slime and Pot O Gold Slime. Recently Charlotte and I have also been exploring new and creative ways to play with slime like Slime Painting! No matter what slime you make or how you enjoy playing with it, having new and beautiful colors and textures makes it worth the mess. I swear.
Unicorn Poop Slime (With Clear Glue)
Unicorn Poop Slime Ingredients
Before you get started, you absolutely want to have your products on hand. I know you want to create this beautiful slime and it is awesome, but making sure you are prepared is half the bottle. Plus Amazon can have it to you like tomorrow. (I puffy heart amazon)
- Clear Glue (finding this in a gallon is HARD so you can see if they have it here…if you find it, GET IT! Otherwise you can get smaller bottles)
- Starch – again another one of those items that isn’t always easy to find
- Food Dye– I only use Wiltons Color right because it has produced a consistently beautiful slime for us- to get colors like this I recommend it.
NOTE BEFORE WE GET STARTED: First when it comes to slime, please know that its a science project. It shouldn’t be done with really tiny children or kids that put things in their mouths. Maybe dyed spaghetti is better for the little’s. At the end of the day, slime is a fun project but also one that you should create with caution. Remember that if you have sensitive skin to use gloves.
Unicorn Poop Slime Instructions
To create this clear glue Unicorn Poop Slime Recipe, you will need to do the same thing as always- mix your glue and your starch. If you are used to making slime in general, this is pretty easy for you but when it comes to clear glue, it typically needs double the amount of starch to cling together. I am not giving exact measurements because it mostly depends on how much slime you want to make. We typically pour in about a cup of glue, then add your colorant, and then a cup of starch when it comes to clear glue. Again, when you use CLEAR GLUE, it will have a faster flow and will not work like regular hard glue slimes. The point is to leave it super flowing! I like to use a spoon first till it starts to stick together and then knead it to finish.
( See how amazing this slime looks in my new Rainbow Slime video)
IMPORTANT STEP: Kneading is half the battle of getting the slime to stop sticking. If you knead for about 2 minutes and its still, well, everywhere, you need to pour in some more starch. Its just that simple. Be amazed as your slime starts to form up!
Now create 2-4 separate color batches and lay down in stripes to play! Of course if you mix colors, eventually it will all fold into one color and for us, that is typically purple or blue.
See how slime is made in this helpful quick video