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Frozen slime

This slime was inspired by Disney's movie Frozen.
My daughter is still big about this movie and we have yet to do anything frozen theme so this was a first.
Recipe~
In one bowl dump one bottle of glue (we used elmer's brand blue glitter glue) then fill it with water and mix that in with the glue.
In another bowl mix about half cup of water with teaspoon of borax.
Once both bowls are mixed well slowly pour the borax water in to the glue water and mix.
Keep mixing till slime is formed, takes about 3 mins.
Store in a sir tight container when done playing.
You can add things to play with in the slime like cookie cutters, and maybe some fake snowflakes. Just remember be creative!
Note~ if you can not find  elmer's brand blue glitter glue you can use regular clear glue, blue food coloring and glitter. 

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