This Unicorn Slime recipe is a really easy slime recipe to make made with glittery metallic paint using Liquid Starch and no Borax. Want to find out how to make unicorn slime that your children will LOVE to play with? Check it out below!
How to Make Unicorn Slime
Oh, the GLITTER! Can you EVEN? I just can’t with this gorgeous unicorn slime recipe. Do you see those vibrant colors and glitter flecks shining through? This unicorn slime recipe is a such a fun and stunning one to make! Do you have a unicorn lovin’ kid that would love to make this easy slime recipe? This unicorn slime recipe is so ridiculously simple for your children to make, mix, stretch, knead, and finally blend! I just want to stare at it. Soooo pretty!
Borax-Free Unicorn Slime Recipe
For those who would rather a borax-free slime recipe, this one is! Safe for kids, this easy unicorn slime recipe uses Liquid Starch and no Borax (mind you, not spray starch, those are two different products).
Unicorn Slime Recipe with Liquid Starch
Keep in mind, slime making is an art and all slime recipes are not the same! For this unicorn slime recipe, we used white school glue for the colored slime recipe. We always buy it by the gallon online so we’ll have plenty of slime-making materials around the house when the urge to make slime strikes! 🙂 Liquid Starch and white glue create a super stretchy slime recipe that is so fun for kids to manipulate in so many ways!
Unicorn Slime Fun
Keep in mind, all slime recipes should always be monitored by parents while the kids create, even if their ingredients are harmless, such as these. Consider creating slime is kind of like a science experiment and should be monitored as such, especially when creating with smaller children. TIP: should you accidentally spill any slime on your carpet or get some on your clothing, regular ol’ vinegar is your savior here! 🙂
Unicorn Slime Recipe Supplies
Making Unicorn Slime
In each of your containers, start off with about 1/3 cup of Liquid Starch in 1/2 cup of white glue as the base for your slime. As you begin to stir, you will notice the slime begin to form immediately – that’s great! (Yes, it’s really that fast!) Stir, stir, stir! Add in more glue or starch as needed to get the desired stretchy consistency. Once you get it good and gloppy, add in equal amounts of the paint at first, stirring to mix the color throughout well.
When you make slime, keep in mind that this isn’t an exact science. Think of slime-making as a recipe where you have to doctor it a bit, adding a little dash of this or that to make it just right for you! A little of this, a little of that! With colors like these, you might want to add more of this color or less of that – the choice is yours! Once all your colors are ready, lay them out side-by-side on your work surface in front of you, just like we did below.
Are you ready for the fun!? Scoop up all those glittery gorgeous colors together and then have an absolute blast!
Look at the gorgeousness of this glitter slime! Pull, stretch, smoosh it to your heart’s content! The sky is the limit with gorgeous glitter unicorn slime just like this!
Watching these colors blend together and form other colors as they combine is such an art! Look at that!
Isn’t this such a wonderfully fun slime recipe to make? Be sure to check out my other slime recipes today (like this Rainbow Slime, Spiderman Slime, glitter slime for boys recipe or oil slick slime recipe! Don’t forget to check out all my Unicorn Recipes, too! And have loads of fun making slime with your children! Enjoy!!!
Unicorn Slime Recipe
- In each of your containers for each of your colors, start off with about 1/3 cup of Liquid Starch in 1/2 cup of white glue as the base for your slime.
- As you begin to stir, you will notice the slime begin to form immediately – that’s great! Stir, stir, stir!
- Add in more glue or starch as needed to get the desired consistency.
- Once you get it good and gloppy, add in equal amounts of the paint at first, stirring to mix the color throughout well.
- Once each color is prepared, lay them out on your work surface lined up in a row, scoop it altogether, and play!