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Cotton Candy Slime

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This Cotton Candy Slime recipe is perfect for anyone looking for kids activities that keep them entertained for hours.

close up of blue slime

Your kids will love that cotton candy slime smells great and is fun to play with! This is a great winter holiday homemade slime using cotton candy fragrance and white glue.

Commonly asked questions about Blue Cotton Candy Slime

How do you make fluffy slime without Borax?

There are so many fluffy slime recipes that don't use Borax. Follow the recipe below for a perfect no borax slime craft. 

How do I make fluffy slime at home?

Kids love making slime at home. You can use common household ingredients to keep the supplies on hand. You can also find slime making ingredients on Amazon or at your grocery store. I have linked to cotton candy cloud slime ingredients below.

How do you make easy slime?

There are so many ways to make slime recipes. You can make slime with Borax, scented slime, shaving cream slime, edible slime, and glue slime. You can make homemade slime for every holiday in just about every color. You can even use fragrance oil to add scents to your home made slime. Slime makes great sensory activities and is a fun craft that kids love.

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Other Kids Activities you might like:

 elf on the shelf slime recipe

cloud slime

sensory activities

edible slime

shaving cream slime

A plastic bottle on a table

Fluffy Cotton Candy Slime Supplies:

3 cup white glue

⅓ cup Instant Snow

⅔ cup Sta-Flo

⅔  cup water, hot

2 containers 

Coloring - I used Neon Blue

Blue Cotton Candy Scent

Blue slime in a small bowl

Cotton Candy Slime Recipe Instructions:

Pour the white glue until a Tupperware or large container. 

A plastic container with a spoon

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. The Sta-Flo is your activator.

Clear slime that is stretchy

Knead your slime. It will be sticky right now - that’s ok!

Close up of borax in container

In a second bowl, pour the instant snow and add hot water. It will expand and ‘puff’.

A plastic container with food in it, with Slime and Candy

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.

Borax and food coloring in plastic bowl

Add in the coloring. We used to use food coloring, but recently we switched to these soap dyes.

Image of stretching slime

Knead well.

Add a few drops of cotton candy scent.

A close up of a blue slime

Store in an airtight container.

A woman holding blue slime

Here are supplies that you need for making slime:

cotton candy fragrance

blue food coloring

airtight container

instant snow

Sta-Flow liquid starch


Slime and a white bowl

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A blue and white slime
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