Oil Slick Slime Recipe

by Lisa Douglas

This Oil Slick Slime recipe is an easy slime recipe to make made with Liquid Starch and no Borax. Want to find out how to make oil slick slime that your kids will LOVE to play with? Check it out below!

Oil Slick Slime with Glitter
Oil Slick Slime
Easy Oil Slick Slime Recipe

How to Make Oil Slick Slime

This gorgeously black slime recipe is a super fun one because of all the things you can add to it! Use it plain or add glitter or more, this is an easy slime recipe to make for kids! This oil slick slime recipe is simple one for children to make, stretch, and play with or without glitter!

Oil Slick Slime DIY

To create this oil slick slime recipe, we used regular white school glue. We buy it by the gallon online so we have plenty of slime-making materials around the house 🙂

Glue for slime

When it comes to making slime recipes with glitter, clear glue is usually imperative, because glitter generally gets “lost” in white glue (since it’s not clear/see-through). However, in this slime recipe, clear glue is unneeded, as the color is so dense, it won’t get lost. The glitter is illuminated by it!

Oil Slick Slime Recipe with Stars

Borax-Free Slime Recipe

This is a borax-free slime recipe, too! Safe for kids, this easy black slime recipe uses Liquid Starch (not spray starch, mind you, they are two different products) with the white school glue.

How to Make Oil Slick Slime

Oil Slick Slime Recipe with Liquid Starch

Keep in mind, all slime recipes should be monitored while creating, even if their ingredients are harmless. Creating slime is kind of like a science experiment and it should be monitored as such, especially when working with smaller children. Also, should you accidentally get any on your clothing or carpet, vinegar will save you 🙂

Oil Slick Slime

Oil Slick Slime Recipe Supplies

White school glue
Liquid Starch
Gray acrylic paint and black acrylic paint (we use DecoArt because the colors come out so well)
Glitter or confetti of your choice (optional) – We like silver glitter stars, pink confetti hearts, and white confetti stars.
Glass bowl or a plastic container and spoon

Oil Slick Slime with Silver Stars

To make your slime, start off with about 1/3 cup of liquid starch in 1/2 cup of glue in a bowl or container. Once it’s the consistency you want, add in equal amounts of the paint at first, stirring to get the color throughout. Add however much gray or black to get it to be the color you desire. Take it out of your bowl or container, and sprinkle onto the slime the optional glitter. And then? Have a blast!!

Oil Slick Slime Recipe

It really does look like the night sky slime when you use stars!

Oil Slick Slime makes a bubble

Making bubbles is SO FUN with this slime! Gets GREAT stretch!

Oil Slick Slime with Pink Glitter Hearts

Pink hearts illuminate wonderfully with this slime recipe!

Oil Slick Slime Goop

Isn’t it just gorgeous? Imagine it with blue confetti stars! Or iridescent confetti stars! Or rainbow confetti!

Play with Oil Slick Slime

Isn’t this such a fun slime recipe to make? Be sure to check out my other slime recipes today! And have loads of fun making slime with your children!

How to Make Oil Slick Slime Recipe
Oil Slick Slime DIY

Oil Slick Slime Recipe

This Oil Slick Slime recipe is an easy slime recipe to make made with Liquid Starch and no Borax. Want to find out how to make oil slick slime that your kids will LOVE to play with? Check it out below!
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Ingredients

Instructions

  • Start off with about 1/3 cup of liquid starch in 1/2 cup of glue in a bowl or container.
  • Mix until well combined and sticky but not too sticky.
  • Once it’s the consistency you want, add in equal amounts of the paint at first, stirring to get the color throughout.
  • Add however much gray or black to get it to be the color you desire.
  • Take it out of your bowl or container, and sprinkle onto the slime the optional glitter.
  • Then have a blast!!
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