Pink Glitter Slime (with Video)

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A fun 3-ingredient slime recipe for kids, this Sparkly Pink Glitter Slime is perfect for some rainy day sensory play or a birthday thank you gift.

An easy 3-ingredient slime recipe using Elmer's pink glitter glue, baking soda and contact solution. This fun slime recipe is a great sensory play material for Valentine's or little princesses. A great princess birthday party gift, too.

Pink Glitter Slime Recipe

Slime is a regular thing at our house and while I love getting creative and adding some crazy mix-ins (like with our gold foil slime or crunchy snowcone slime) – a straightforward 3-ingredient slime is sometimes just what we need for some quick sensory play.

This easy pink glitter slime recipe is so incredibly easy to whip up that the video in the post shows my 7 year old making it! (With supervision of course.)

You can also add a bit of shaving cream to transform this simple slime into a fluffy slime, and if your slime turns out too hard you can knead in some water to loosen it up. I love that slime allows kids to experiment and notice different changes in the physical properties, a great introduction to scientific concepts.

This pink glitter slime would be perfect for any sparkly, princess-loving child – or as a special Valentine’s Day surprise! It would be super cute to get a few tiny containers and make a double or triple batch of the slime to divide up and give to slime-loving friends. (You can also grab some circular labels and make a cute label for the containers.)

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.)

 

Check out our quick video of Ella making this easy 3-ingredient slime – and then don’t forget to scroll down to grab your free printable recipe card:

 

Pink Glitter Slime Ingredients

Scroll down to the printable recipe card for full measurements.

Tip: I highly recommend grabbing a couple of these sturdy plastic lunch trays. I use these 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).

Kitchen Tools You May Find Helpful

  • Measuring Cups and Spoons
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Container to Store Slime

How to Make Pink Glitter Slime

Combine the glue and baking soda until the powder is fully absorbed.

Add the contact solution and stir until the slime is no longer sticky to the touch.

Knead for two minutes until the slime is not sticky at all.

If necessary, knead in more contact solution if the slime is too sticky.

If the slime becomes too hard, knead in some water – just a couple tablespoons at a time.

This slime will last for at least two weeks if stored in an airtight container when not in play.

 

Pin this Easy 3-Ingredient Slime recipe:

How to make pink glitter slime with just 3-ingredients. A fun, squishy and stretchy 3-ingredient slime perfect for a princess party or homemade Valentine's Day gift. This pink glitter slime is so simple to make and lasts for at least two weeks.

Grab your free printable instructions for our pink glitter slime:

Yield: 1 cup

Pink Glitter Slime

Pink Glitter Slime

A fun, squishy and stretchy 3-ingredient slime perfect for a princess party or homemade Valentine's Day gift. This pink glitter slime is so simple to make and lasts for at least two weeks.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $2

Materials

  • 1-6oz glitter glue
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoons contact solution
  • 1/2 Tablespoon baking soda

Tools

  • Measuring Cups and Spoons
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Container, to store slime

Instructions

  1. Combine the glue and baking soda until the powder is fully absorbed.
  2. Add the contact solution and stir until the slime is no longer sticky to the touch.
  3. Knead for two minutes until the slime is not sticky at all.

Notes

If necessary, knead in more contact solution if the slime is too sticky.

If the slime becomes too hard, knead in some water - just a couple tablespoons at a time.

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I hope your kids have so much fun playing with their pretty pink glitter slime – and if they end up having too much fun, rest assured that a bit of vinegar will remove slime from most surfaces.

For more fun slime recipes, check out our full collection here.

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