Christmas Slime Recipes perfect for making Christmas gifts, sensory play, & stem project for kids. Sensory Christmas Slime Recipe!

Christmas Slime Recipes | Slime Recipes for Kids

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Slime making can be a lot of fun for kids. If you are looking for a Christmas craft you definitely want to try out this easy recipe! Not only is this an amazing multi-sensory experience, but it’s also an easy recipe to make! Use these for favors for a party or as a favorite slime for the kids to play with. Check out these Christmas slime recipes.  Christmas Slime Recipes perfect for making Christmas gifts, sensory play, & stem project for kids. Sensory Christmas Slime Recipe!

Christmas Slime Recipes | Slime Recipes for Kids

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My friend over at Surviving a Teacher’s Salary shared the base recipe with me and I tweaked it as needed for each of these slimes.  Candy Cane Slime Recipe

Candy Cane Slime Recipe

The ingredients below have 2 next to each item because you will make 2 batches of slime in order for this to work. (For holiday slime you can easily switch to red and green instead of red and white.) 

Slime making supplies

  • 2 – 4 oz container of glue (we prefer Elmer’s) 
  • 2 – 1/2 cup shaving cream
  • 2 – 3 pumps hand lotion
  • 2 – 1 tbs cornstarch 
  • Red Food Coloring (Using Gel Food Coloring helps to use less and get more rich colors.) 
  • Peppermint extract
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 tsp borax 
  • Container for slime

Elmer's Glue for Slime Making

Start by adding one four-ounce container of glue. 

Add 1/2 cup of shaving cream and mix well. 

This easy candy cane slime is the perfect Christmas science project. Even better, it is extremely easy to make and involves the amazing smell of peppermint. This is NOT edible but it is fun to play with and makes a perfect Christmas stocking stuffer or gift kids can make.

Add 1/2 cup of foaming hand soap and mix.  Add 3 pumps of hand lotion.

Add 1 Tablespoon Cornstarch and mix well. 

 

Add 2 capfuls of peppermint extract and mix well. 

In a separate bowl, mix together 1 TSP borax and 1 cup warm water.  Add 1 tsp of this mixture to your glue mixture at a time until your slime is the consistency you want.  Set your slime aside and make your red slime. 

Begin your Red Slime

For your red slime, you will do everything above and stop before the peppermint extract.  Add 5 capfuls of peppermint extract. 

Candy Cane Slime Add red food dye until your slime is the color of red you want.  Add your borax mixture until the slime is the consistency you like. 

This easy candy cane slime is the perfect Christmas science project. Even better, it is extremely easy to make and involves the amazing smell of peppermint. This is NOT edible but it is fun to play with and makes a perfect Christmas stocking stuffer or gift kids can make.

Swirl your red and white slime together and place it in the container.  Let the kids have fun with it or use it for a gift or stocking stuffer. 

Christmas Tree slime recipe perfect as a Christmas slime recipe or as a holiday party favor idea. Perfect slime for sensory play!

Christmas Tree Slime Recipe

My friend over at Surviving a Teacher’s Salary shared the base recipe with me and I tweaked it as needed.

Slime making supplies

  • 1 – 4 oz container of glue (we prefer Elmer’s) 
  • 1/2 cup shaving cream
  • 3 pumps hand lotion
  • 1 tbs cornstarch 
  • Red Food Coloring (Using Gel Food Coloring helps to use less and get more rich colors.) 
  • Wintergreen Mint Food Flavoring (Found in cake aisles of grocery stores.) 
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 tsp borax 
  • Container for slime 

Start by adding one four-ounce container of glue. 

Add 1/2 cup of shaving cream and mix well. 

This easy candy cane slime is the perfect Christmas science project. Even better, it is extremely easy to make and involves the amazing smell of peppermint. This is NOT edible but it is fun to play with and makes a perfect Christmas stocking stuffer or gift kids can make.

Add 3 pumps of hand lotion.

Add 1 Tablespoon Cornstarch and mix well. 

Add 2 capfuls of wintergreen extract and mix well.  In a separate bowl, mix together 1 TSP borax and 1 cup warm water.  Add 1 tsp of this mixture to your glue mixture at a time until your slime is the consistency you want. 

Place slime in a sealable container to keep it usable. The containers above were purchased at the dollar store and came in a pack of ten. One batch of slime can make 10-20 of these containers. These would make a fantastic party favor!  Cinnamon slime recipe perfect as a Christmas slime recipe or as a holiday party favor idea. This cinnamon slime smells amazing!

Cinnamon Slime Recipe

My friend over at Surviving a Teacher’s Salary shared the base recipe with me and I tweaked it as needed.

Slime making supplies

  • 1 – 4 oz container of glue (we prefer Elmer’s) 
  • 1/2 cup shaving cream
  • 3 pumps hand lotion
  • 1 tbs cornstarch 
  • Red Food Coloring (Using Gel Food Coloring helps to use less and get more rich colors.) 
  • Cinnamon Food Flavoring (Found in cake aisles of grocery stores.) 
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 tsp borax 
  • Container for slime 
Elmer's Glue for Slime Making

Start by adding one four-ounce container of glue. 

Add 1/2 cup of shaving cream and mix well. 

This easy candy cane slime is the perfect Christmas science project. Even better, it is extremely easy to make and involves the amazing smell of peppermint. This is NOT edible but it is fun to play with and makes a perfect Christmas stocking stuffer or gift kids can make.

Add 3 pumps of hand lotion.

Add 1 Tablespoon Cornstarch and mix well. 

 

Add 2 capfuls of cinnamon extract and mix well.  In a separate bowl, mix together 1 TSP borax and 1 cup warm water.  Add 1 tsp of this mixture to your glue mixture at a time until your slime is the consistency you want. 

Place slime in a sealable container to keep it usable. The containers above were purchased at the dollar store and came in a pack of ten. One batch of slime can make 10-20 of these containers. These would make a fantastic party favor! 

See it made

 

Snow slime recipe perfect as a Christmas slime recipe or as a holiday party favor idea. This snow slime is perfect for sensory play!

Snow Slime Recipe

My friend over at Surviving a Teacher’s Salary shared the base recipe with me and I tweaked it as needed.

Slime making supplies

  • 1 – 4 oz container of glue (we prefer Elmer’s) 
  • 1/2 cup shaving cream
  • 3 pumps hand lotion
  • 1 tbs cornstarch 
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 tsp borax 
  • Container for slime 
  • 1 package glitter snow (I found ours at the dollar store.) 
Elmer's Glue for Slime Making

Start by adding one four-ounce container of glue. 

Add 1/2 cup of shaving cream and mix well. 

This easy candy cane slime is the perfect Christmas science project. Even better, it is extremely easy to make and involves the amazing smell of peppermint. This is NOT edible but it is fun to play with and makes a perfect Christmas stocking stuffer or gift kids can make.

Add 3 pumps of hand lotion.

Add 1 Tablespoon Cornstarch and mix well. 

 

In a separate bowl, mix together 1 TSP borax and 1 cup warm water.  Add 1 tsp of this mixture to your glue mixture at a time until your slime is the consistency you want. 

Add 1/4 cup of snow mixture to your slime and mix in well.  Place slime in a sealable container to keep it usable. The containers above were purchased at the dollar store and came in a pack of ten. One batch of slime can make 10-20 of these containers. These would make a fantastic party favor!   


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