Homemade Elsa’s Frozen Slime Recipe

When it’s too cold to play outside, homemade slime is the perfect indoor activity. This Frozen Slime recipe is inspired by Elsa from Disney’s Frozen movie and makes for ooey, gooey playtime for kids of all ages. Mix up a batch of the frosty, translucent, squishy, stretchy slime!

Frozen slime with snowflake sequins and glitter it's light blue
This Frozen slime is perfect for any Frozen fan!

Frozen Slime Recipe

Oh how I love this Frozen inspired slime recipe that has an icy and cold appearance that uses clear glue as a base with some blue tint for a super frosty look. Add a little glitter and snow confetti for extra snowy sparkle.

Related: How to make slime at home

This homemade slime recipe is special to those who love Elsa from Frozen. Who doesn’t love Elsa? Elsa is strong, independent and empowered with a healthy level of self-acceptance. Her sparkly dress, signature braid and magical powers have inspired this Frozen slime recipe!

Related: Gifts for the Frozen Fanatic

Blue frozen slime with glitter, and white, silver, and blue snowflake, with a sequin lace snowflake
This is slime recipe is so easy to make!

It was also the perfect craft because it’s already snowing where we live (Utah) so this kept them warm, indoors, and occupied for over an hour.

Supplies You Need to Make Frozen Slime

Light blue slime with glitter with white, silver, and blue sequin snowflakes
This Frozen slime looks so magical and shiny.

How to Make Frozen Slime Recipe

Step 1

In bowl mix together entire bottle of clear glue, baking soda, water, food coloring, and glitter.

Step 2

Mix thoroughly so that baking soda is dissolved and food coloring is dispersed.

Step 3

Now, slowly add in the saline solution a little at a time while mixing.

Blue slime being stretched in a hand with glitter with blue and white snowflake sequin
This lime is so stretchy, squishy, and so much fun.

Step 4

Add saline solution until you reach the desired consistency of your slime (we like it stretchy but not sticky).

Step 5

When you are happy with the consistency of your slime, add in snowflake sequins.

Blue slime being stretched in a hand with glitter with blue and white snowflake sequin
A few ingredients and you’ll have a ton of fun! This is great sensory activity.

Finished Frozen Slime REcipe

Enjoy your Frozen Slime!

You can play with it immediately or store in airtight containers for future use. It would also make a great gift as well!

Related: Frozen Ice Sand Castles and Olaf Frozen Pom Poms are so awesome, great for all Frozen fans.

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Elsa's Frozen Slime Recipe

Elsa's Frozen Slime Recipe

This Frozen Slime is inspired by Elsa from Disney’s Frozen and makes for Ooey, Gooey playtime!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty easy
Estimated Cost under $10

Materials

  • 1 bottle clear glue
  • 1 drop blue food coloring
  • Glitter
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • Saline solution
  • Snowflake sequins

Tools

  • Mixer
  • Bowl

Instructions

  1. In bowl mix together entire bottle of clear glue, baking soda, water, food coloring, and glitter. Mix thoroughly so that baking soda is dissolved and food coloring is dispersed.
  2. Now, slowly add in the saline solution a little at a time while mixing. Add saline solution until you reach the desired consistency of your slime (we like it stretchy but not sticky).
  3. When you are happy with the consistency of your slime, add in snowflake sequins.
  4. Enjoy your Frozen Slime! You can play with it immediately or store in containers for future use.

We Wrote the Book on How to Make Slime

Do you have our 101 Kids Activities That Are The Ooey, Gooey-Est Ever Book? If not, it makes a great gift so you should probably get one! 😉 

What is Slime

Slime is a super fun and slimy substance that’s popular among kids and adults alike! It’s made by mixing together glue and a liquid activator, like borax solution, and can be customized with different colors, scents, and textures. It’s a great way to relieve stress and have some gooey, messy fun.

Can Slime be Frozen?

Yup, slime can definitely be frozen! When it’s frozen, it becomes stiff and can be broken or shattered into pieces. It’s a really cool effect, but don’t worry – once the slime thaws, it will return to its original slimy state.

Is Slime Safe to Play With?

Most of the time, slime is perfectly safe to play with! As long as you use non-toxic materials and follow the instructions carefully, you should be good to go. However, some people may be sensitive to the ingredients used in slime, so it’s always a good idea to check the ingredients and use it in a safe and appropriate manner. And remember, slime should never be ingested or used near the eyes or mouth.

What is Best Way to Store Slime?

To store slime, just put it in a sealed container or plastic bag and keep it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight or heat. Your slime should stay fresh for several weeks or months, but it may dry out or become hard over time. To extend the life of your slime, you can add a few drops of water or activator solution to it before storing it. And that’s it – happy sliming!

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Have you made this magical Frozen slime? How’d it turn out? Let us know in the comments, we’d love to hear from you!

One Comment

  1. I would love to try and make the Frozen slime, but wanted to know amounts. It says one bottle clear glue… What size bottle? And, how much saline solution?
    Thank you very much for the clarifications.

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