HOW TO MAKE SLIME
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What’s that oozing goo of green goodness sliding down the side of a bucket ready to be poured over the head of a willing participant?
But of course… SLIME!!!
Building in Steps:
Step One: Grab the goods (well, pay for them at the store)
-Bucket/ Paint Can 1 Gallon
-2 bags of flour
-6 packs of lime jello
-shampoo(small amount for texture)
-green food coloring(one bottle)
Step Two: Mix it Up
This is where the paint can comes in handy. Set paint can down, mix everything else inside.
Note: How much water you add depends on how thick you want the slime.
Step Three: Smile!
You did just make slime after all. It’s good to pause and and reflect on how far you have traveled…or anticipate the joy you are about to experience.
Step Four: Dump the Gunk
This is the best part by far! In your environment, figure out an awesome way to dump the slime over the head of a willing participant.
Only a small amount of slime will NOT hit the floor, so be sure to think through clean up. We dump slime over someone who is sitting/ standing in an inflatable kid pool covered with painters plastic.
Get creative for ways you can use alike in your environment. We’d love to hear how you utilize slime to create an OMG factor in your ministry.
Stay tuned, when I get a moment I’ll write a post on how to simply build a setup for dumping slime (or anything) using the paint bucket I mentioned earlier.
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