This time I want to share some pretty awesome anti-stress ideas with you my friends! Not only they fun but also incredibly helpful! You can make anti-stress ball using plain toothpaste and balloon, create kinetic sand at home, spinners, kirigami card and of course let’s not forget good old art therapy which is always greatly helpful! So don’t worry, be happy! ; )

This time I’ll demonstrate some cool physical balance science experiments to you! Share hacks for making spirograph, spinners, Nutella slime and many more!

But let’s talk more about the King of the satisfying hacks – the Slime! More specifically, Butter slime! : )

Butter slime doesn’t actually have butter in it. But it has a cool buttery-like texture instead which is probably where it got its name from. It’s also not as stretchy as you would expect, but more moldable and fluffy. Most butter slime recipes you’ll find have some sort of soft clay added in. We have used Model Magic clay since it’s non-toxic. You can also try a different form of soft clay but be sure to check that it’s non-toxic also.

How to Make Butter Slime

1. Pour 8 ounces of your white glue in a bowl.

Tip: I like to buy the large gallon-size of Elmer’s Glue since it’s the most economical. It’s easy to pour and measure out your glue with measuring cups and you can use it to make lots of batches of slime!

2. Mix your baking soda in.

3. Add you water and mix thoroughly.

4. Add the baby oil and lotion and mix.

5. Add 1 tablespoon of contact lens solution and mix.

6. Pour the slime out on the table as it will be very sticky still. This is what you want since when you add your clay it will take the stickiness away.

Add a little amount of clay and fold over your slime and knead it into the slime. Keep kneading until your slime is colored and the clay is thoroughly mixed.

7. The more you knead the less sticky it should be until it feels like regular slime. You can now stretch and fold a few times and create your own swirl!

I hope you love this butter slime recipe as much as I do! You can also substitute the clay and add some cornstarch in for a similar consistency. We would recommend about 2-4 tablespoons of cornstarch.


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