Mar 042018
 

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.

My boys are super into slime, so we make it A LOT in our house. I never mind making it because I know it is going to keep them occupied for a while and more importantly, keep them off of their screens. Since Easter is coming up, I decided to make some Easter Egg Slime. There isn’t really anything different about this slime. It’s the same slime recipe that I usually make, but in the spirit of Easter I put into some plastic Easter eggs instead of a regular old plastic food storage container like I would normally use. The boys both thought it was cool that I put the slime inside Easter eggs and yay for cool mom points. Right?

Easter Egg Slime

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.

Here’s what you need (amounts per color):

  • 1/4 cup Elmer’s glue
  • 6 Tablespoons hot water
  • 1/4 teaspoon Borox
  • Food coloring (as many colors as you want to make)

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.

Here’s what you do:
1. In a small mixing bowl, mix together 1/4 cup Elmer’s glue with 2 tablespoons of hot water.

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.
2. Mix in 1 drop of food coloring.

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.
3. Mix your Borax into your remaining 4 tablespoons of hot water until it is completely dissolved.
4. Pour the Borax water into your glue mixture and mix (the slime will start forming right away).

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.
5. Remove the slime with your hands and knead in your hands until it starts to form into a clump.
6. Open one of your plastic eggs and place your slime in to the egg.
7. Repeat steps 1-6 with different colors until you have as many eggs filled as you’d like.

Please note: Do NOT eat this slime or put in your mouth. It is NOT edible. And definitley keep it away from small children!

This easy Easter Egg Slime recipe is good for hours of sensory fun! Make as many colors as you like and have a blast mixing & matching.

Hope you have fun making some Easter Egg Slime this year. This slime recipe is good for hours of fun and my boys are definitely addicted to it!

  38 Responses to “Easter Egg Slime”

  1. That is so much fun! No kid can say no to slime, and putting it in an Easter egg like this is genius. It’s like a yolk! I have to do this for the little kinds in my family this year. They’ll love it.

  2. It’s perfect that you put the slime into Easter eggs. I think I made slime as a child, I haven’t since adulthood. This sounds so easy I might have to give it a shot.

  3. What a cute idea! Sure beats all the candy and other junk I have used in my kids eggs in the past. My kids would love this!

  4. Boys and their slime. Making it the different colors and putting it in the easter eggs for this time of year is always fun.

  5. My daughter will want to make this slime! She makes slime on a nearly daily basis. She loves the slime with pretty colors like this.

  6. My kids will LOVE to make this! What a fun way to celebrate easter!

  7. I don’t know why slime is so big but it is! My son LOVES the stuff! This would make a great easter egg for him! I don’t have to buy candy and he gets slime that he loves! I all that a win/win!

  8. My daughter loves making slime. This is such a cute way of playing with it. I’ll have to get borax, we have all the other stuff.

  9. This looks like fun! my son loves making slime! We will try this out this weekend.

  10. Totally love slime recipes that I can make with my nieces and nephews. I think this is perfect for Easter. It’s going to be a fun surprise for the kids.

  11. You always make the best crafts, DIYs and of course slime. I have never made slime but I know my nieces and nephews will love their aunt if we do this together.

  12. I remember wanting to go to Nickelodeon just so I could get slimed. It was a kid’s dream. This would be a nice craft for the kids at our annual community Easter Egg Hunt.

  13. Oh this sounds super easy and it should be a really fun activity to add to the Easter fun. I’m liking this idea!

  14. This is so cool! Our community sponsors an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids in the neighborhood. This would be a nice idea for making the Easter eggs. Most of the time, kids would expect to find candy, but for them to discover they got colorful slime to play with would be so exciting.

  15. You totally get all the cool mom points for this! My son would love making this, too – and imagine opening up an Easter egg in their basket to find slime inside – so fun!

  16. This would be a big hit with my friend’s kids. They are obsessed with all things slime!

  17. Is there any occasion that doesn’t call for slime? This was one of my favorite projects as a kid and I still enjoy making slime with my nieces and nephews today!

  18. Oh my goodness this looks so much fun! I mean who doesn’t love some slime and the idea of popping it in little eggs is fab!

  19. This is really cute. I just bought my kids slime eggs at Target so I am glad I can make them some

  20. This looks like it would be a blast to make and to play with! Super cool. I am going to give this a try this easter.

  21. I love this idea. I am going to make this with the kids soon. Slime is a huge thing right now, so I know they would totally get a kick out of this.

  22. This is definitely going on my to-do list for Easter holidays this year. Sounds like a fun project that any age could enjoy.

  23. We make slime a lot in our house, too. The Easter egg idea is really cute.

  24. I just made slime for the first time with my son yesterday. He is obsessed, this is going to be fun!

  25. My kids are still obsessed with slime – this would be fun to make for them. Plus it would keep them busy over Easter break!

  26. Since slime is such a huge hit with the kids lately, I can imagine their excitement when they open the eggs and find different colors of slime! It’s really perfect for Easter! I’m sure they’ll love it.

  27. This looks really fun! Kids will surely enjoy this!

  28. That’s such a fun idea. I will show this to my kids so we can do it this Easter.

  29. With Easter coming up, this makes for a great idea. Easter eggs and slime make for a fun combination, something the kids will love and also something that will keep them employed.

  30. Oh my god! My Oder girls would love these. The two of them are all about the slime. Going to show it to them

  31. my daughter is obsessed with making slime! I need to show her this!

  32. Now that is a fun surprise egg!! Easter egg hunt goes… egg with money, egg with candy, egg with cheap-o toys and egg with slime!!!

  33. Slime is so much fun to play with. That would make a fun egg hunt!

  34. My kids would get a total kick out of finding this in the easter egg hunt. We love slime!

  35. This is such a fun idea. My kids are obsessed with slime. I think it would be funny to hide these with the other eggs and watch them open it.

  36. Slime is always fun to play with. The kids will have a grand time with it.

  37. I’ll have to pass this on to my daughter. She works with kids who would love playing with this.

  38. I made this and my son won’t touch it! I thought it would be a hit or miss because he hates getting stuff on his hands…still, I had fun making it!