Peppermint is the perfect scent for winter, so it naturally makes a great base for a sweet fresh smelling slime recipe. Don’t just stop at adding the scent, however, mix some red with your white slime base, make it fluffy slime with contact solution, and finally add in some sparkle to make it a Christmas sensory play experience. Make your slime for oozing across the table, fluffing up in a bowl to play in or use it as a starter for a winter sensory bin. This Candy Cane Slime Recipe with Contact Solution is AMAZING!
Fluffy Candy Cane Slime
Candy Cane Slime Recipe with Contact Solution
Children love this wonderful fluffy slime and the minty smell of this candy cane slime (not taste safe!)
What you will need to make your Fluffy Candy Cane slime is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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How to Make Slime with Contact Solution
Next, slowly add in your contact solution, you want to add just until the slime pulls easily from the sides of your bowl and doesn’t stick to your fingers as you knead it. Adding too much activator will turn your slime into a less pliable rubber.
Twist the slimes together for Christmas themed sensory play or layer the slime in a jar to gift, add a cute wintery cookie cutter for extra fun.
Candy Cane Slime
Your slime will last for a couple of weeks if kept in an airtight container. Add activator if it starts to liquefy, stir in some warm water if it begins to firm up too much.
Slime Recipe Contact Solution
Don’t forget to grab the ingredients you’ll need to make this Peppermint Contact Solution Slime Recipe. You can print out the full slime recipe below.
1 ½ cups Elmer’s school glue
½ tsp. Baking soda
1 ½ tsp. Peppermint extract
1 Tbsp. saline contact solution
1 cup Shaving cream
1 Tbsp. Red craft paint
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- 1 1/2 cups Elmer's White Glue
- 1/2 tsp. Baking Powder
- 1 1/2 tsp. Peppermint extract
- 1-2 Tbsp. Contact solution
- 1 cup Shaving Cream
- 1 Tbsp. Red Craft Paint
In a large glass bowl stir together school glue, baking soda, peppermint extract, and shaving cream until everything is mixed up completely.
Slowly add in contact solution, you want to add just until the slime pulls easily from the sides of your bowl and doesn’t stick to your fingers as you knead it. Adding too much activator will turn your slime into a less pliable rubber.
Divide your slime in half and stir in red craft paint and glitter into one of the halves.
optional: Add glitter to the white if you like by kneading it on a smooth surface
Twist together, or layer in a jar to gift, add a cute wintery cookie cutter
Your slime will last for a couple weeks if kept in an airtight container. Add activator if it starts to liquefy, stir in some warm water if it begins to firm up too much.