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Butter Slime Recipe

Our girl is at it again! This time she’s teaching us how to make butter slime. It’s so cool and satisfying watching her work.

Her slime recipes are so easy, but yet fun. You and your child can make any of them in a short amount of time. Like many of them, this one is also pretty inexpensive. The most expensive part is the model magic, (affiliate link) that we usually get from Michael’s. It’s about $5.00, and it comes with quite a bit in a package.

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Just sit back and watch her cute little video below. Make sure you like her video and subscribe to her channel.

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Here is a list of the ingredients you will need.

Ingredients for Butter Slime

  • 1 cup of white glue
  • 1/2 tsp of baking soda
  • Slime activator (or contact solution)
  • Model Magic (affiliate link)
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She has received several slime kits as gifts, so some of her ingredient containers will look a little different then yours. But you can find all of your ingredients at Wal-Mart, Target, or just about any store for really cheap.

Please remember she generally doesn’t measure exact. She’s the old soul that eyeballs like your grandmother used to when she cooked. But for best results, follow her measurements.

Here are the instructions of how to combine the ingredients.

She combined the white glue and baking soda in a bowl and mixed that together.

Then she added the activator. Last you’ll add the strips of model magic. (affiliate link)

If the slime is too sticky make sure you work and knead the slime to reach the desired consistency. If it’s too hard, add a little more. This slime is supposed to be soft and smooth like butter, hence the name…Butter Slime.

If there is a certain type of slime you’d want to see her make, just leave a comment on either of the post, or on her Youtube channel.

After she finishes making her slime, she usually puts her slime creations in jars or little cups to give to her friends, or she will keep a few of them for herself.

Whatever you wish to do with your slime inventions, we hope you enjoy.

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