Did you see my Facebook Live making slime? I decided to go live to really show you how easy it is and how recipes are helpful but it is all about how the slime or in this case floam feels! If you are wondering why I’m calling this slime floam, it is because I added tiny styrofoam balls to the slime to change the texture.
It is awesome!
Here is the video or scroll for the full picture tutorial. Please note in the video I say it is about one tablespoon of Sta-Flo per glue bottle, and I was wrong, I forgot I added a 2nd helping of it. So it is closer to 2 tablespoons per bottle of glue.
Gather your materials. You will need a glass bowl, a spoon, some white glue, mini styrofoam balls, Sta-flo liquid laundry starch, and a tray or cutting board to knead it on.
Start by emptying two bottles of glue into your glass bowl.
Add the tiny styrofoam balls.
And stir well.
Time for the Sta-flo. Add about 2 tablespoons and stir, if it doesn’t look slimy yet, then add a little more.
Next, dump the floam onto a tray or cutting board and then knead.
I added in some snowflake erasers for my daughter to pick out because she LOVES to do that but the floam is fun with or without anything extra.
As soon as she came in the door, she was into it!
Picking out the erasers.
Stretching it and decompressing from her day!
Need some snow themed books to read after squishing and squashing the snow floam? Here are some great choices!