About Amazing Hographic Slime Recipes
I know some of y’all think I’m nuts and you wouldn’t be all that wrong :) It’s been a full week since I’ve shared a tutorial and that’s a big deal around here. I’m normally more on top of my game than that! But I had this idea to make holographic slime. Cool, right? I made my test batch and it was so cool. SO COOL. Even Rob was impressed and he isn’t into the goo like I am.
First up let’s talk bout holographic bidness. Now you can get super fine glitter by Recollections at Michael’s and it’s pretty sweet for slime
tablespoons of distilled water and mix until everything is nice and loose inside of the bowl. This might take a bit longer than you’d think at about 30 seconds. Trust me after my many, many batches. Mixing this up well will help you from having weird clear streaks in your slime that the glitter doesn’t want to go into for some reason.
Add a tablespoon of Borax to a cup of warm water and stir to dissolve as much as it can. Add your Borax solution to your glitter mixture a little at a time. Begin to stir and your slime will start to form. Add more Borax as necessary to turn most of your goo into slime.
Allow to sit about 10 minutes to absorb as much liquid as possible and then drain off any excess water. Knead to get rid of the goopy sticky texture. A little bit will keep the slime loose and slimy and a bit longer will make the texture firmer, more like play-putty.
Now isn’t that pretty? FYI that’s absolutely no sunlight, 2 soft white bulbs pointed up and away from the slime diffused through white fabric and 2 very warm, orange bulbs pointing down but away without any diffusion. And to think I figured this out only a few thousand photos in :) It’s also what it looks like the most for me out in regular light when I’m messing with it in my living room or whatever. BLING!
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