Bunny Slime Craft

Easy Bunny Slime Craft (Step by Step)


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Easy Bunny Slime Craft (Step by Step)

If you’re looking for some fun Easter activity – these slimy bunny jars are so fun to prepare! The bunny jars also double as a great way to save and store your slime.

They may also be made and given as Easter presents or placed in Easter baskets. You can easily make these Bunny Mason pots and fill them up. You can re-use the jars afterward or keep them for storing your slime.

How to Make Bunny Slime

First, we’ll show you how to make an easy recipe for your jars. Then we’ll explain how to make those lovely rabbit jars. We like how easy they are to make and you can even just make the jars for pleasure!

We will explain to you how to make this simple, stretchy colored slime to put inside your Bunny Mason jars.

What you need

  • White Elmers Glue – 6 oz
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 tablespoons water or up to 1/4 cup of water if you want a stretchier slime
  • 1 tablespoon contact lens solution – must contain boric acid

Slime Recipe For Bunny

Get a bowl to mix your slime ingredients in.

Add 6 oz of Elmer white glue to the bowl.

Add in 2 tablespoons of water and mix. Note: If you want the clay to be more stretchy, you may want to add another tablespoon of water or up to 1/4 cup.

Add in 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda, food coloring and mix. We love this set because it comes in bright pink, blue and yellowish.

add 1 tbsp of contact lens solution. Do this step as slowly as possible in order not to activate the mud too much (which makes the mud harder and not as stretchy.

We prefer to add 1/2 tablespoon to begin and then mix. Measure the other 1/2 tablespoon and gradually add it. Just add whatever you need to remove the vase from the bowl.

Remove the slime from the bowl and knead for five to ten minutes. The sludge will always be sticky.

That’s normal!

If it is still too sticky after using the full tablespoon of contact lens solution, add a little lotion to your hands and then knead a little more. You can also add 1/2 tablespoon contact solution, but do that as a final step.

Instructions (step by step)

First, add your slime to your jars.

Next, turn 3 cleaners around each other in the center. Glue this into the Mason jar.

Glue on gooey eyes and a pom-pom for the nose.

Cut two ears and pieces of the inner ear off of stiff felt. The stiff felt will keep the ears upright.

We have used white for outside ears and pink, blue and yellow for inside ears.

Place the ears on the back of the jar lid.

We hope you enjoy doing these funny rabbit slime pots!

Cheers! You have made it. Well, this project requires adult supervision. I hope you like our efforts, if so then share them with your friends and family.


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