Homemade Frozen Slime


Hey there Made From Pinterest Readers! I’m Ginger from Gingerly Made where you can find tons of creative tutorials for “Crafts, Food, and Family.” My girls are huge inspirations for me as I am often crafting either with them or for them and I am so excited to be here today sharing this fun Frozen inspired Silly Slime recipe with you.

In true Made From Pinterest style, I was browsing Pinterest when I came across this pin. It was a round up of Frozen themed crafts and I followed that link to the actual blog post. Anyway, this Homemade Frozen Slime looked like so much fun and I needed some new kid craft projects, so, I decided to try it myself.

The best part is it only requires two ingredients; blue glitter glue and liquid starch.

You’ll need at least 1 bottle of glue per kid and 1/2 cup of starch. I say at least 1 bottle because you may need to adjust the measurements as you go. Using 1 bottle of glue, I ended up with one kid with more watery slime and needed more glue and another with stickier slime and needed more starch.

Store both ingredients in the refrigerator for several hours (or overnight) to chill.

Once your ingredients have chilled, start by adding glue into a bowl.

Pour in the starch.

Squish and mix.

Remember the ingredients are cold, some kids will like that feeling, others won’t. It took my younger daughter a minute to get used to it and willing to put her hands in. My older daughter loved the cold feeling.

Watch as your slime changes! Add a little extra glue or starch as needed.



Keep squishing and mixing and before you know it you’ll have beautiful stretchy wobbly slime.


That picture looks like the slim is on my daughter’s face, but it’s really not. I made sure the girls didn’t put it on their faces.

They had so much fun with this project! And the best part is the fun doesn’t have to end with clean up time. Store your slime in a zip lock baggy and put it back in the fridge for later.

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Thanks so much Ginger for this great recipe.  As a side note, I just so happened to watch Frozen today with my 26 year old daughter so Frozen is for kids of all ages!! 

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