Elsa’s Frozen Slime

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An easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

An easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

Frozen Slime

While it may be a few years since Disney’s Frozen came out in theaters, it is still a favorite for many children.

This Elsa-inspired slime will be a hit with any young Frozen fan.

It is easy-to-make, Borax-free, and beautiful — just like Elsa!

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An easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

Packed with sparkles and snow, this slime also is a perfect activity for indoor Winter sensory play.

Slime Supplies & Mix-Ins

For this winter-themed slime recipe you will need:

  • 5 oz clear glue
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tbsp saline solution
  • blue colorant (you can also use food coloring, paint or pigment)
  • blue glitter

Snowflake and diamond beads

Plus, these mix-ins to give it that Frozen-vibe:

  • blue sequins
  • faux snow (confetti)
  • beads
  • ‘diamond’ beads
  • snowflake charms

Of course, if you can’t find one or two of these mix-ins, feel free to leave it out. The slime will still be awesome!

How to Make Frozen Slime

Once you have all of your supplies gathered, making your Elsa slime is easy.

4 panel image collage showing pouring glue into container, adding drops of blue colorant, adding glitter, and adding the remaining slime mix-ins

Start by combining the glue and water, mixing well until the glue and water have combined.

Then add the blue coloring, glitter, and the rest of your Frozen-themed mix-ins.

Now is time to add in the baking soda. This is what will give thickness to your slime.

After the baking soda is mixed in add the saline solution. The saline solution is what activates the slime. Continue mixing until the slime pulls away from the sides of your container.

Once the slime pulls away from the dies of the container and starts to form, dig in there with your hands and start kneading the slime. The slime will be super sticky at first, but as you knead it, it will start to get less sticky. The more that you knead it, the less sticky it will become.

An easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

You can print out the slime supply list + instructions using the “recipe card” below.

Close-up of Else slime on marble tableAn easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

I hope that you and the littles enjoy this fun Frozen slime!

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An easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.
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Frozen Slime

Author: Jaclyn
Cook: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
A beautiful Frozen-themed slime that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

Equipment

  • medium-size bowl

Supplies
 

  • 5 oz clear glue
  • 1/2 cup water
  • blue colorant you can also use food coloring, paint or pigment
  • teal glitter
  • 1 Tablespoons saline solution

Mix-Ins

  • blue sequins
  • faux snow
  • clear and blue beads
  • ‘diamond’ beads
  • snowflake charms
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda

Instructions

  • Combine glue and water in a medium size bowl. Mix until glue breaks up and incorporates into the water.
  • Add a few drops of blue colorant, mixing and adding more drops until you achieve your desired shade of blue.
  • Add glitter and stir to mix well.
  • Add the remainder of your mix-ins (snow, beads, snowflakes, sequins, etc...) and stir to mix well.
  • Stir in baking soda.
  • Add saline solution and stir well to combine. Stir until the slime begins to form and pull away from the sides of the container.
  • Knead the slime. It will be very sticky at first but keep kneading and it will get less sticky.

Notes

Store in an airtight container
An easy Frozen slime recipe that Elsa would approve of! This glittery snowflake slime makes for a great Winter sensory play activity.

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  1. My nieces have fun making slime, I know they would have so much with this one. I might even make it with them.

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