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If your kiddos are still loving the slime craze, they are going to LOVE this St. Patrick’s Day slime recipe. Green, glittery and featuring flecks of “gold,” this slime is easy to make and fun to play with!
As you build your leprechaun traps and whip up some St. Patrick’s Day treats, add this fun St. Patrick’s Day SLIME craft to your list! My kids still love to make slime and I do let them make it from time to time, despite the utter destruction it leaves across my kitchen.
This leprechaun themed slime was created to reflect the “Luck ‘O the Irish” with the color green, some glittery sparkles, and even little flecks of gold to represent that treasure at the end of a rainbow.
Speaking of rainbows, the rainbow slime that we posted last year is a super fun version to try!
I will share the other slime versions that we have published at the end of this post!
St. Patrick’s Day Slime Recipe
You will need the following supplies to make this slime:
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 Cup Clear Glue (we used Elmer’s clear glue)
- 1/2 Cup Liquid Starch
- 1/4 Cup Green Glitter
- 2 Tbsp Gold Sequins
How to Make the Slime
1. In a large mixing bowl, combine water and clear glue. Mix together.
2. Add in green glitter and stir until well mixed.
3. Add the gold sequins and stir until thoroughly mixed.
4. Add the liquid starch a small amount at a time (we usually add it by tablespoons). Stir constantly as you add the liquid starch.
5. Once the starch has been added and slime has started to peel off the sides of the bowl, use your hands to knead and squish the slime together until it has a uniform consistency.
The slime is now ready to play with!
You can store your slime in an airtight container or bag for 1-2 weeks for future play.
Make sure you check out our growing library of St. Patrick’s Day Content! Lots of fun recipes, DIYs, and printables are available.
If you give this St. Patrick’s Day slime a try, let us know how it turns out for you! If you post a picture to social media, feel free to tag us. We’d love to see this DIY in action!
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