This fun butter slime recipe pairs perfectly with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie night. It’s not limited to green or movie night, so let’s get started with this simple slime recipe!
Butter Slime for Your Slime Recipes Collection
We’re no stranger to kitchen science here and we’ve shared our favorite slime recipes. We always have clay on hand here at Ruffles and Rain Boots – polymer clay, air dry clay, and my daughter’s favorite, Model Magic.
One day, she came home from school so excited and screaming about a butter slime recipe! Y’All, I was picturing slime made with butter – ewww.
But there is no eww about this fun slime made with clay! We played with it for about an hour before deciding we should watch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for a family movie night.
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Butter Slime Recipe Ingredients
If you have a crafty kid, you have everything you need.
Just a note: you don’t need to use contact solution with this butter slime recipe, you can use any activating agent. If you choose to add liquid starch, add it in small quantities because this should be a drier slime recipe in order for the slime to hold shape.
- 2 oz of Model Magic Clay in green
- 5 oz (or so) of Clear Glue
- 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
- Contact Solution (with Sodium Borate) or activating agent of your choice (Borax mix, for example)
How to Make Model Magic Butter Slime
This easy butter slime recipe uses Crayola Model Magic and couldn’t be easier. Watch the model magic slime recipe video tutorial here.
Have you ever made butter slime? We’ve made it a couple of times and it’s pretty awesome because it keeps its shape very well.
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