Today we have a fun Christmas slime recipe for kids of all ages. Kids will love making this glittery Christmas Tree Slime this holiday season and it makes a fun holiday slime recipe that works as a slime gift.
Christmas Slime Recipe
Doesn’t this look just like a Christmas tree with its sparkling sequins? Kids will have so much fun making and playing with the perfect slime for the holidays.
Holiday slime recipes make really fun homemade gifts for kids packaged in an airtight container and tied with a bow at Christmas time. It is inexpensive to make, can be packaged into little bins and makes a great kids’ gift idea.
Related: Make a fluffy snow slime for the holiday season
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Supplies Needed to Make Holiday Slime Recipe
- 6 oz bottle of Elmer’s Green Glitter Glue – glitter glue comes in all sorts of festive colors
- 1/2 Tbsp baking soda
- 1 Tbsp contact solution
- Green food coloring
- Red and Gold sequins
Instructions to Make Christmas Tree Slime Recipe
Empty the bottle of green Glitter Glue into a small bowl. Stir in a few drops of green food coloring to give the slime an even darker green color.
You can start with clear glue (Elmer’s glue) or clear glitter glue and add a lot more food coloring depending on the basic recipe ingredients you have on hand.
Add baking soda and stir until dissolved. It is fun to see how it dissolves a little bit at a time!
Stir in the red and gold sequins.
Then add the contact solution and mix well.
When the mixture comes together and pulls away from the sides, remove it from the bowl.
Stretch and knead the glitter glue slime it until it becomes less sticky and reaches your desired consistency.
Time for Slime Play!
Now it’s time to play with your homemade slime! This fun Christmas craft idea turns into fun sensory play ideas too!
What a fun activity with a holiday twist. I love how kids can make their own slime with the Christmas spirit and hours of fun.
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This article was written several years ago and originally sponsored. It has been updated with new information and the removal of sponsored language.
Did you try making this Christmas slime recipe? What do you think about giving Christmas tree slime as a gift for the holidays?