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Christmas Slime

Awe-inspiring Christmas Slime (Snowman, Grinch, & Rudolph)

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Christmas Slime: Snowman, Grinch, & Rudolph

We are delighted to be part of the Christmas spirit. And we were excited to share these lovely Christmas pots with you!

It would make Christmas presents fun or even just a fun Christmas activity for kids to do. You may do all 3 or just one of them!

We made a snowman and Rudolph craft for Christmas before, but that’s our first Grinch craft. You just have to smile at Grinch’s face. You’ll probably warm somebody’s heart with that!

Now, here are our 3 Christmas Slime jars that we will explain to you how to do.

First, our Rudolph vase – that bright red nose will surely brighten someone’s day! What about dark slime? Doesn’t look appealing, but kids will love playing with it!

Then, our snowman – this one is our favorite (or perhaps related with Rudolph, we can’t decide!). And the best part about this clay is it’s white – no dying glue or special colored glue is needed to make it!

And last but not least, our last pot is the Grinch slime pot.

What you need

  • Googly Eyes
  • Orange and Red Felt
  • Red Pom Pom
  • Brown Pipe Cleaner
  • Small Black Buttons

Per batch:

  • 1 bottle of Elmer’s glue (6 oz)
  • Brown food coloring for the Rudolph slime jar
  • 1/2 TSP of Baking Soda
  • 1½ TBSP of Contact lens solution
  • 1 TBSP of water

Instructions (step by step)

Rudolph Jar Slime:

Stick on your globose eyes and the red pom-pom. To make the antlers, tie one pipe cleaner around the jar lip.

Cut two small pieces of hose cleaner and attach them to both ends.

For this slimy, you will need to use brown food coloring to stain your brown glue.

Snowman Jar Slime:

glue on your gooey eyes, orange felt for the nose, and small black buttons for the mouth!

Grinch Jar Slime:

Stick to your googly eyes and then do the face with a black sharpie. Cut a strip of red felt corresponding to the size of the jar lid and stick it hot on your lid (adults only).

Now that your jars are made do not forget to grab the recipe from our blog for how to make your slime.

Now you can do it! Give them as gifts or simply make the kids play with their Christmas vase!

That would be great for a Christmas party, too. Next, seal the jars after you have completed safekeeping and storage.

We did Halloween Slime Jars and they were so popular crafts that we had to make them for Christmas too! And best of all in this business, it’s easy! It uses our 3 ingredient slime recipe. No more slime fails with this one!

We have made it. I hope that you guys loved that project. Well, I guess that’s really creative.

You guys show your creativity by doing this project.

Also, if you like the craft, share it with your friends and family. We would love to hear your feedback. Comment below and let us know your thoughts!

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