How do you Make Green Metallic Slime

2 Different Recipes of Green Slime (with Pictures)

 

The slime is always more fun to play if it is green. It feels good to have something green and gooey in hands.

If you want to make the best, and the original green slime then follow these recipes. You can make the slime at home using by following these recipes. Read the complete step by step guide of jiggly slime with your kids that also fun activity.

Once you get the ingredients, get started and have fun! Never forget to share your experience in the comment box. I always look forward to knowing the worth of my content, no matters positive or negative. I am ready to improve my self.

 

How do you Make Green Metallic Slime?

If you want to make a green slime which gives a metallic look and feel, then you should try this recipe. It is an easy and amazing recipe which uses a variety of ingredients to make this slime. This slime is soft, stretchy and green.

Looking delicious?

Without wasting your time, I am going to reveal the strategy of making green metallic slime. Simple ingredients that convert into the metallic slime and complete step by step guide.

Time Estimation

Prep Time: 5 Mins

Total Time: 1 Day

Ingredients

  • Two bottles of clear glue
  • 1 cup water
  • Glycerin
  • Metallic powder
  • Green food color and green glitter
  • Slime activator

Step by step guide of making Metallic Green Slime

Step 1: Take a large bowl and add glue.

 

 

Step 2: This time to add some water.

 

 

Step 3: I am also going to use glycerin for making it more shiny and soft.

 

 

Step 4: Green food color for making it green.

 

 

Step 5: Green glitter will enhance its shining.

 

 

Step 6: I am using now metallic powder in it to make it metallic slime.

 

 

Step 7: Mix all these ingredients until it is changed its form.

Now add the slime activator slowly and keep mixing with a large spatula. you will notice that the slime is green and gives a metallic look.

Step 8: Leave it overnight to get the perfect slime.

Conclusion: It is an interesting way to create a green slime. It is not only green but also super stretch and gives the metallic shine to the slime.

 

How to Make Green Glitter Slime

Glitter always adds that shiny look to the slime. This recipe to make the green glitter slime does not use Glitter, but instead, it involves green glitter glue.

It will save that extra time of adding the glitter or purchasing it separately. Here is the recipe to make the glitter slime.

Time Estimation

Prep Time: 2 Mins

Total Time: 15 Mins

Ingredients

  • One bottle Elmer’s Green glitter glue
  • Water
  • Liquid Starch

Step by step guide of making green glitter slime

Step 1: Remove the lid of the glitter glue bottle and add it to a bowl.

 

making green glitter slime

 

Step 2: You will notice that not all glue comes out, so add some water to the bottle and close it with the lid. Shake it until water dissolves in the glue and then add it to the bowl.

 

making green glitter slime

 

Step 3: Now use a spoon to mix the glue.

 

making green glitter slime step 3

 

Step 4: Now pour in the liquid starch in the glue and mix. Make sure that you do not put too much of starch. One cup will be enough.

 

making green glitter slime

 

Step 5: Mix the starch with the glue, and you will see that the slime lumps start to form. Once you see the lumps start kneading the mixture with hands to get the nice slime consistency.

 

making green glitter slime

 

*If the slime does not form and it is still lumps, add some more water to the solution and mix.

Step 6: Keep mixing until you get the desired slime. It is perfect and super stretchy!

 

making green glitter slime

Conclusion: This recipe to make green glitter slime is super easy. The green glitter slime is perfect for Halloween decorations. If you want to decorate your Halloween pumpkins with slime, it is the best you will have.

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