Ooh I'm so excited for today's post! So, as you've probably read in the title, I'm making SLIME! I'm going to do 3 different recipes so just scroll down if you don't want to read the rest of this. So, if you've read my first EVER post, you'd know that I'm from England. It's so difficult to find slime recipes that actually work in the U.K, but I've found a few that don't use borax, liquid starch etc... By the way, scroll right down to the bottom for an extra oobleck recipe! Ok, let's get started!

Recipe One:

This one is the one I always use!
What you'll need:

1 bottle (if you want a lot of slime) of PVA glue
Around 2 teaspoons of gel almat (a laundry detergent made by Aldi)
Food colouring and/or glitter (optional)

What to do:
Pour in your bottle of glue into a bowl. Put the almat in, only a few drops at a time! You don't actually need very much. Once the glue has obtained slime form, but is still a bit sticky, rub some almat onto your hands. I hope you guys don't mind getting messy! Then, take the sticky slime in your hands and begin to kneed it. Soon, it will become nice and smooth and not sticky. Then add whatever food dye or glitter you want! Top Tip: Put the finished slime on your work surface and just rub a tiny bit of almat onto it, it will make the slime extra soft!

Recipe Two:

This one is quite simple, but I haven't actually tried it!
What you'll need:

Toothpaste (I think colgate works best)
PVA glue (again)

What to do:
Squirt some toothpaste into a bowl and mix it a lot. Then (after about 5 minutes of stirring) add some glue into the bowl, but don't put it straight on top of the toothpaste, just put it to the side of it. Then, slowly mix in the glue, and hopefully, if I've described this well enough, you should have slime!

Recipe Three:

I haven't tried this one either but I've heard it works pretty well.
What you'll need:

Some shampoo (I've heard Heads and Shoulders works but I don't know if others work)
A pinch of salt

What to do:
Squirt your shampoo into a bowl and stir it well. Then add a pinch of salt and mix. After it's all mixed, put it in the freezer for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, take it out of the freezer and mix some more, then, you should have slime!

Okay, those were my three slime recipes, now, if you didn't have any of those ingredients, or none of them have worked for you, I have an oobleck recipe for you guys!

Oobleck Recipe:

This has worked great when I tried it, you just need to get the proportions right!
What you'll need:

Cornflour (used to bake cornbread)

What to do:
Pour some of the cornflour into your bowl. Slowly add the water until you have a a slightly dry consistency. Now, just try and hit or poke it. If it feels hard, you've done it right! Now, if you slowly dip one finger in, does it feel like liquid? This is a great recipe to try with your little brother or sister and the best thing is, it's non-toxic! This is a really fun science experiment and I hope you all enjoy making it!

Okay! That took a while to write, but I hope if you try these, they all work! My favourite is definitely recipe one, what about you guys? Comment down below if I missed out any other ways to make slime/oobleck. That's all for now, bye guys!

Amelie xx



Hello World,
I decided to start a blog after feeling I have been too hidden from the world on social media. All my Social Medias are private and only my friends can see my posts. My friends have started blogs and I have decided to follow them and start one for myself. This account is anonymous so you will not be finding out any of my personal information. Here are a few facts about me....

1) I live in England and just like English people should, I love drinking tea in cute tumblers and taking cute photos.

2) I am in high school

3) I love penegardenara, which sounds wired and disgusting but it's super yummy. It's basically made of huge pena pasta with courgette and fried spinach balls (sounds disgusting right!)

4) I loooooovvvvvvvveeeeeee baking!!!!!

5) I have 2 younger sisters and 1 younger brother

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