Elsa’s Frozen Slime | Kids Activities Blog

When it’s too cold to play outside, homemade slime is the perfect indoor activity. This Frozen Slime is inspired by Elsa from Disney’s Frozen and makes for Ooey, Gooey playtime!

Frozen slime with snowflake sequins and glitter it's light blue
This Frozen slime is perfect for any Frozen fan!

Frozen Slime Recipe

In our house we do “messy”. I won’t apologize for the mess on any given day because I truly believe that messy memories are the best memories.

Kids enjoy being messy and messes can be cleaned up, right? That is why I just let them play.

Related: 20 Gifts for the Frozen Fanatic! Perfect for anyone one who loves Frozen.

Blue frozen slime with glitter, and white, silver, and blue snowflake, with a sequin lace snowflake
This is slime recipe is so easy to make!

My kids completely enjoyed making this Frozen Slime just in time for the new Frozen movie release.

It was also the perfect craft because it’s already snowing where we live (Utah) so this kept them warm, indoors, and occupied for over an hour.

I’ll call that a win in my book! This post contains affiliates.

Related: Frozen Ice Sand Castles and Olaf Frozen Pom Poms are so awesome, great for all Frozen fans.

Blue slime being stretched in a hand with glitter with blue and white snowflake sequin
This lime is so stretchy, squishy, and so much fun.

Supplies You Need to Make Frozen Slime:

Light blue slime with glitter with white, silver, and blue sequin snowflakes
This Frozen slime looks so magical and shiny.

How to Make Frozen Slime:

Step 1

In bowl mix together entire bottle of clear glue, baking soda, water, food coloring, and glitter.

Step 2

Mix thoroughly so that baking soda is dissolved and food coloring is dispersed.

Step 3

Now, slowly add in the saline solution a little at a time while mixing.

Step 4

Add saline solution until you reach the desired consistency of your slime (we like it stretchy but not sticky).

Step 5

When you are happy with the consistency of your slime, add in snowflake sequins.

Blue slime being stretched in a hand with glitter with blue and white snowflake sequin
A few ingredients and you’ll have a ton of fun! This is great sensory activity.

Enjoy your Frozen Slime! You can play with it immediately or store in containers for future use. It would also make a great gift as well!

Prep Time
5 minutes

Active Time
10 minutes

Total Time
15 minutes

Difficulty
easy

Estimated Cost
under $10

Materials

  • 1 bottle clear glue
  • 1 drop blue food coloring
  • Glitter
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • Saline solution
  • Snowflake sequins
  • Mixer
  • Bowl

Instructions

  1. In bowl mix together entire bottle of clear glue, baking soda, water, food coloring, and glitter. Mix thoroughly so that baking soda is dissolved and food coloring is dispersed.
  2. Now, slowly add in the saline solution a little at a time while mixing. Add saline solution until you reach the desired consistency of your slime (we like it stretchy but not sticky).
  3. When you are happy with the consistency of your slime, add in snowflake sequins.
  4. Enjoy your Frozen Slime! You can play with it immediately or store in containers for future use.

Oh, and speaking of book, shameless plug here – have you gotten our 101 Kids Activities That Are The Ooey, Gooey-Est Ever Book? If not, it makes a great gift so you should probably get one! 😉 

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Have you made this magical Frozen slime? How’d it turn out? Let us know in the comments, we’d love to hear from you!

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