Bahama Flakes Slime Color
What could be more fun than playing with snow? You might have a little artificial snow left from last Christmas’s crafts shopping. Rather than throw it out, be creative and use it as an ingredient for your slime projects. Fake snow is shimmery and very light-weight, which means you get to create a light and fluffy slime and it only takes just a few minutes to whip up. It maintains the stretchiness of the slime without overwhelming the original texture of the slime.
Poly pellets fill for slushie, crunchy slime or–as slimers call it–“fishbowl slime” is a popular ingredient for slime. The clear and transparent beads makes slime highly reflective and shiny. Poly pellets are weighted beads that are commonly used for stuffing bean bags or stuffed animals. The smooth edges and oval contour have a pleasant massaging sensation when you run fishbowl slime through your fingers. Since it is weighted, it can also provide some structure to the slime so that your creation can somewhat maintain a desired shape. While they are a bit bulky, poly pellets are easier to integrate into slime than round glass beads.
Your favorite superhero can form the theme for your next slime project. Immortalize your favorite action hero or finding a mini figurine to squish into your slime. This is also a fun, personalized way to gift a slime to your favorite slimer. Toy manufacturers have been producing small figurines for decades now and the demand for these tiny plastic collectibles has grown wide and far. There are some limited edition figurine collectibles that are worth a small fortune–make sure you don’t take your dad’s coveted figurines for this! Mixing action figures into our slime doesn’t require much input. It can be a mesmerizing activity to bury your tiny Pokemon, Superman, Spiderman, Batman, and other figurines into your slime and dig them back out again. Let your imagination run loose–Spiderman is stuck in a sticky web and needs to get out!