Annabelle is TEN! She is really into this whole slime craze right now so no surprise she wanted to have a Slime Party. She put together 5 easy slime recipes and we hosted a bright and fun Slime Workshop for 10. We used sprinkles and bright colors as our theme. The dessert table was kept super simple with a slime inspired cake made by my talented sister, Little Miss Sweet Tooth and sprinkle donuts. For lunch we served her favorite food, Tacos with chips & salsa.
I labeled everything for this party to keep the look bright and fun. Every girl got a recipe card and container for each type of slime made. We had scented oils and neon colors for the girls to personalize their slime. The table was set with large clear bowls and mixing spoons from the dollar store along with activator & water squeeze bottles and foaming hand soap (needed for all recipes). The instant snow, beads and floam beads were packaged in mini containers and displayed on translucent cake stands down the center of the table.
The bright colored squeeze bottles were a fun find in the target dollar spot. I have regular inexpensive squeeze bottles linked below.
First, make an activator by filling squeeze bottle with warm water and one tsp Borax
BUTTER SLIME: white glue, activator, packet soft clay, foaming hand soap| optional: scents & coloring
JELLY CUBE SLIME: clear glue, activator, cubed magic erasers, foaming hand soap | optional: scents & coloring
CRUNCHY SLIME: clear glue, activator, beads, foaming hand soap | optional: scents & coloring
CLOUD SLIME: white glue, activator, instant snow, foaming hand soap | optional: scents & coloring
FLOAM SLIME: any glue, activator, floam beads, foaming hand soap | optional: scents & coloring