3 Easy Slime Crafts For Girls: Belle Slime, Ariel Slime, Cinderella Slime & Elsa Slime


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In the post, we are sharing Slime Crafts For Girls. We’ve done a lot of themed slime – and that princess clay is one of our favorites! We are going to show you how to make mud inspired by all your favorite princesses: Belle, Ariel, Cinderella, and Elsa. 

These 4 different types of mud all have a similar recipe, but with some little variants to make each princess slimy unique. These would be great for making out with your princess fan or even for a princess party!

From Ariel to Belle slime, you will probably find a favorite among these 4 options. These would do perfect party favors and would look a lot in a clear container. Do some playing while you have a princess movie night at home or just as a fun rainy day activity!

Belle Slime Ingredients

  • 6oz. Bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue – Yellow
  • Baking Soda – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Water – 2 tablespoons
  • Contact Solution – must contain Boric Acid and Sodium Borate
  • Gold Glitter  

Ariel slime Ingredients

  • 6oz. Bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue – Green
  • Baking Soda – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Water – 2 tablespoons
  • Contact Solution
  • Green Chunky Glitter

Cinderella Slime Ingredients

  • 6oz. Bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue – Blue
  • Baking Soda – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Water – 2 tablespoons
  • Contact Solution
  • Craft Pearls and Clear Gems for decoration (optional)

Elsa Slime Ingredients

  • 6 oz of Elmer’s Clear Glue – we like this gallon size since it has the best value
  • Baking Soda – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Water – 2 tablespoons
  • Contact Solution 
  • Snowflake Confetti 
  • Iridescent Glitter

Instructions Slime Crafts For Girls (Step-by-Step)

Go find a bowl and mix your slimy ingredients.

 Pour 6 ounces of glue (see above for the kind of glue you need depending on what princess slime you want to do) in the bowl.

Add two teaspoons of baking soda and stir to combine. Add two tablespoons of water and stir well.

Note: For Elsa mud, first mix your baking soda with water until the baking soda dissolves. Then add slowly to the glue and stir slowly. 

Add a little glitter.

Here are the types of glitter you’ll need by princess: 

  • Belle – Gold Glitter
  • Ariel – Green chunky glitter – we used this chunky green glitter
  • Cinderella – no extra glitter
  • Elsa – Iridescent glitter – we used this kind of chunky glitter and iridescent flakes of glitter. And you can sprinkle a few extra confetti of snowflakes over the top.

Slowly add the 1.5 tablespoons of contact solution and stir until it starts to form in the slurry. You don’t want to add too much or your slime will become too hard.

Knead the clay till it doesn’t stick. Continue to knead for at least 5-10 min. If it still feels too sticky, add some baby lotion to your hands. You can add a few more teaspoons of contact solution, but do this slowly or your slime may become too hard.

We always recommend playing and kneading the clay as much as possible before adding more contact solutions.

For more decor, add pearl and clear stones to the Cinderella vase and a few shells to your slime.

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