Doesn't the smell of bubble gum take you back to childhood. I loved the packets of Big League Chew that we would get at ball games. Double Bubble was another favorite in my house. Well, making a batch of DIY Bubble Gum Slime is extra fun because this slime smells just like bubble gum!
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DIY Bubble Gum Slime
Did I mention that my daughter started her own slime business last year at school? It was really successful and she sold a LOT of slime to the middle school kids she went to school with.
I love to see my kids become little entrepreneurs at a young age! Watching them buy their own supplies, set prices and fill orders…makes a momma proud!
Well let's get on to making this slime!
Supplies Needed for Bubble Gum Slime
- 3 cup white glue
- ⅓ cup Instant Snow
- ⅔ cup Sta-Flo
- ⅔ cup water, hot
- 2 containers
- Pink Coloring–we like to use these soap dyes instead of food coloring
- Bubble Gum Scent
How to Make Bubble Gum Slime
- Pour three cups of white glue into a container or bowl. We usually just use bowls for the mixing and then put the finished slime in a nice container with a lid so it lasts longer.
- Sta-Flo will be the activator. Slowly add the Sta-Flo one teaspoon at a time, mixing between each. If needed, you can use a little more or less to your liking. Once you get used to making slime you will have a better feel for how much you want.
- Knead your slime. It will be sticky right now – that’s ok! I know that stickiness freaks people out, but it is part of the process.
- In a second bowl, pour the instant snow and add hot water. It will expand and ‘puff’. Don’t be discouraged when you see the container of insta-snow. It looks small, but it is plenty for several batches of slime! It really expands! The first time I saw the container I couldn't believe how small it was…but it really does make a lot.
- Add the instant snow to the white slime and knead well. I like to add in my snow in smaller batches kneading in between until you get the texture you want.
- Add in the pink coloring. We have found that using the soap dyes I linked to in the supplies list works better than basic food coloring dyes.
- Knead the slime well.
- Add a few drops of bubble gum scent and work it into the slime.
- Store in an airtight container and have a blast playing with it!
Quick and Easy Fun
Making slime is the perfect activity for rainy days or even hot summer days when it is just too hot to play outside. It doesn't take very long to make a batch of slime that will keep the kids entertained for days to come.