Frozen Slime

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A gorgeous Disney slime recipe inspired by Queen Elsa, this Frozen Slime makes a great winter sensory play activity or a fun homemade gift for kids.

Stretchy, squishy snowflake slime inspired by Queen Elsa! This Disney slime recipe is super easy to make and doubles as a gorgeous homemade gift for kids or a Frozen party activity

DIY Frozen Slime Craft

This sparkly snowflake slime is perfect for a little Frozen fan!

This squishy, stretchy slime will give them hours of sensory fun, especially if you add some snow or Frozen-themed toys into the mix. (Make sure they are easy to clean.) We started out just playing with the slime and then added our Frozen play figurines after about 20 minutes to extend our play.

You could also add snowflake cookie cutters, acrylic gems or even just some play kitchen materials. My daycare kids love using play knives or craft scissors with their slime.

You can also freeze this slime like we did with our Frozen Snow Slime or play with it on a light table for a completely new sensory experience!

This would make a great gift for a Frozen fan and would also be a fun activity for a Frozen party or Frozen Family Movie Night.

Slime can require a bit of experimentation and patience, especially if you’re still new to it. If you run into any slime fails, check out this troubleshooting post to help fix your slime.

If you’re looking for the ultimate slime guide – you need to check out our Slime Book with over 40 amazing, unique slimes:

You can purchase The Slime Book on Amazon, Book Depository, or at your local bookstore!

(Read more about The Slime Book and what it contains here.)

Frozen Slime Ingredients

Scroll down to the printable recipe card for full measurements.

Tip: We usually use these sturdy plastic lunch trays for almost all of our craft or kitchen activities, as well as in our Montessori practical life activities. Ours have lasted for over 6 years and are still going strong, plus they are so great for containing messes and allowing the kids to set a project to the side while it dries (or if you have to clear off the table for supper). For this craft, the canvas was too big for our trays, so we had to use newspaper to protect our surface..

Kitchen Tools You May Find Helpful

  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Mixing bowl
  • Fork, for mixing slime

How to Make Frozen Slime

Pour the glue into a medium-sized bowl.

Use a fork to stir in 1/4 cup warm water.

Stir in baking soda and 2 Tablespoons of contact solution, and stir well for 2 minutes.

Test the slime and add more water if too stiff, more contact solution if too sticky.

Continue stirring until the slime forms into a ball, then knead for 2 minutes, adding more water or contact solution, as needed.

Once the slime is stretchy and no longer sticky, knead in the glitter.

 

Pin this Sparkly Snowflake Slime:

How to make Frozen Snowflake Slime, a squishy, stretchy slime perfect for Little Disney fans, this Disney Slime recipe is perfect for Disney movie nights or a homemade gift for kids

Grab your free printable for our frozen slime recipe:

Yield: 2 cups slime

Frozen Slime

Frozen Slime

Stretchy, squishy snowflake slime inspired by Queen Elsa! This Disney slime recipe is super easy to make and doubles as a gorgeous homemade gift for kids

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $3

Materials

  • 1 6oz bottle Elmer’s ClearGlue
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup warm water, as needed
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2-3 Tablespoons contact solution containing boric acid
  • Snowflake Glitter, as desired

Tools

  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Mixing bowl
  • Fork

Instructions

  1. Pour the glue into a medium-sized bowl.
  2. Use a fork to stir in 1/4 cup warm water.
  3. Stir in baking soda and 2 Tablespoons of contact solution, and stir well for 2 minutes.
  4. Test the slime and add more water if too stiff, more contact solution if too sticky.
  5. Continue stirring until the slime forms into a ball, then knead for 2 minutes, adding more water or contact solution, as needed.
  6. Once the slime is stretchy and no longer sticky, knead in the glitter.

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I hope your kids love playing with this squishy, stretchy and glittery slime as much as mine did!

For more fun Frozen-inspired fun, check out our Disney Frozen Lunch Box Ideas or our Frozen OREO Truffles.

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