Butter slime has to be one of our favorites to make now after testing out all sorts of different slime recipes. It is a super nice consistency without all the sticky mess! I am not a huge fan of the slime that makes a huge mess and is honestly a pain to clean up. I know most moms feel exactly the same way as me too. Have no fear, as this recipe seems to be fairly easy to do and seems to last a while. The only downfall to the recipe is you will need soft clay to make it. The link to the exact clay we used is here: Soft Clay for Slime, DIY Toys Clay for Homemade Slime. (pink). Now let’s get started!
Two bottles of clear glue
So make up your slime. Take 2 containers of clear glue that are 5oz each and pour into a big bowl. Add tablespoons one by one until it starts to actually clump together. I know this part can be kind of confusing but keep going with the recipe! You want the slime to be on the tougher side in order for this to work. Just keep stirring and adding sta flo until you can get in one big clump and it’s not too sticky on the hands. If you have made slime before – make this batch a little more rigid. Once you have played with this first step of slime for a while start adding in the clay by folding it in. We found this works best. The soft clay comes in multiple colors so you can use whatever you like on this step. We used white clay and the exact amazon link is above. Once we started mixing it in we had to add more Sta Flo as ours turned into a sticky mess. This fixed the problem immediately.
Once the slime is light and fluffy – you will love it. I have to admit this is one of my favorites to play with when I am stressed or in the mood to do slime with my daycare kiddos. I’m in love with the fact that it doesn’t make a mess everywhere and is simple to put together. It makes a decent amount that can be shared with the kids. Make sure it gets put into an airtight container and saved once you are done. It seems to last a good amount of time at least two weeks or so. If you give this a try make sure to let me know in the comments and how it worked for you. I love hearing from you all!