DIY New Year’s Eve Confetti Slime
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Make this DIY New Year’s clear slime recipe for a fun New Year’s Eve craft!
If you’re looking for a way to keep your hands busy while waiting for the ball to drop, try making this pretty DIY New Year’s clear slime recipe with confetti and glitter! This festive activity would be perfect for a family New Year’s Eve celebration because it’s fun for both kids and adults, and it only takes a few key ingredients to make.
If you love easy crafts like me, this is a great option. I think playing with slime is so fun and such a soothing sensory activity – even as an adult!
We like using this easy liquid starch slime recipe!
There are so many ways to make slime, and today I’m sharing how to make clear slime using Stay-Flo liquid starch and Elmer’s Clear glue. You could try other brands, but I know for sure that these two will work well together from past experience! My kids make this liquid starch slime recipe all the time because it’s so simple to mix together.
The combination of clear glue and liquid starch produces a nice clear slime that allows you to embellish with glitter and confetti. These embellishments really stand out inside the clear slime, and the end result is so festive! You could also use white glue if you prefer and the result will be similar, but your base slime will turn out white instead of clear.
New Year's Eve Confetti SlimePrint
This DIY makes enough for two people to have some slimin’ fun!
Get the party started with this DIY New Year’s Eve slime recipe!
Are your kids obsessed with slime and excited to stay up on New Year’s Eve? If so, this glittery slime NYE activity will keep everyone busy and feeling festive.
Keep in mind that slime can last for weeks when stored in a tightly covered container, but it won’t last forever. Be sure to toss it if it gets moldy or develops an unpleasant smell. Keeping your slime cool can extend its life even further, so consider storing it in the refrigerator inside an airtight container for extended use.