No Time For Flash Cards · Dec 9, 2015

Snow Slime In A Jar – Homemade Gifts For Kids

This post is sponsored by Elmer’s Glue.

My daughter loves playing with slime and even more than playing with it, she loves making it so making it for other people for holiday gifts was exactly the right activity for a rainy weekend! Mason jars make great containers for snow slime and they are cute!

Gather your materials. To make 3 small jars full of lovely slime you will need 2 bottles of clear Elmer’s glue, one bottle of white, silver and blue glitter, foil snowflakes, a bowl and spatula, liquid starch, some washi tape and 3 small mason jars.

Start by pouring your glue into your bowl,

we did clear, then white,
then clear.

Add the glitter.

Glitter is serious, obviously.


Add the starch, we added 1/4 cup to start with and then after kneading for 3 minutes added another dash.

When you knead the slime I really forcefully knead it, I stretch, and wrap it around into a ball, then knead some more. I like mine really tough and rubbery, if you like more liquidy slime, add less starch.

Add in the snowflakes ( make sure they don’t have sharp sides) and let your helper play for a while so that you can make the lids with washi tape.

All ready to give away!

Books About Snow!

Need a book to go along with the activity? Try one of our favorite books about snow.

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