Learn how to make floam slime with this simple confetti floam slime recipe. It is a fun sensory twist on a classic slime recipe, giving the slime extra sensory input. This slime was one of my kid’s favorites and they played with this recipe all day long. In this post you will find all the slime ingredients needed for making slime. I also include where to find floam beads too.. Check out all of our slime recipes here. For another unusual slime recipe learn how to make slime without glue and if you aren’t keen on Borax you can learn how to make slime without Borax.
How to make floam slime
Making slime is a favorite in our home. We are also always looking for ways to make slime clean up easier.
By using plastic cups and sticks to mix you can literally make this slime and throw away all of those mixing cups! All that would be left to clean is just putting the glue and styrofoam beads away.
Learn how to make floam slime with styrofoam beads and white glue below.
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Don’t forget to check out my favorite slime ingredients.
- Elmer’s white glue– we actually normally buy the big bottle because the kids love making slime so much!
- Elmer’s magic slime liquid (it works better than borax and laundry starch and you don’t have to use water!)
- Blue food coloring
- Measuring cup
- Small bowl
- Confetti Styrofoam balls – You can use these floam beads to make the floam slime have that extra texture and feel.
Now on to the floam slime recipe.
Add four ounces of white glue to a bowl.
Add three tablespoons of floam beads or confetti balls to the glue, and any food coloring that you want. Use just a few drops so the slime doesn’t stain your hands.
Add 1/4 of a cup of the magic slime liquid to the mixture, pouring and mixing a little at a time.
The cool thing about using magic Elmer’s slime liquid is that you don’t need to add any extra water.
Slime made with the magic liquid is stickier than regular slime at first, so keep adding the liquid a little at a time until the slime is no longer sticky.
But be careful, because if you add too much the slime will get stringy and you’ll have to start over.
Once the slime is no longer sticky, take it out of the bowl and knead if with your hands.
Slime made with the magic liquid also lasts longer than slime made with laundry starch, which is better for preserving your slime for several days or weeks.
Another advantage to making floam with the magic slime liquid is that the confetti balls don’t fall out as easily. They stick in the floam slime and add a fun spongy texture to the slime.
I hope you’ve now learned how to make floam slime using this simple floam slime recipe and picture tutorial.
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- Fluffy Slime Recipe
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- How to make slime stretchy again
- Crunchy Slime
- Unicorn Slime
- How to make slime with laundry detergent
- How to get slime out of clothes and carpet