It’s the #SummerOfSlime! We’re having the best time making all sorts of SLIME! This Incredibles slime was completely not intentional. We’ve been focusing on boy themed slime colors since there seems to be a lot of girl slime out there. When we layered these colors and began pulling and manipulating it, we realized it reminded of us The Incredibles movie, hence the name Incredibles slime.
How to Make Incredibles Slime
As you all know, we’re big Disney fans. We recently saw the Incredibles 2 movie, and loved it! It’s a great family film. So while we were playing around with the slime we noticed they looked like the Parrs family costumes: red suits with yellow and orange detail, plus black masks and shoes. It was a no-brainer calling this fun slime creation Incredibles slime!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Many people prefer a no borax slime recipe. Using liquid starch and glue makes this slime recipe that much easier to create! This starch brand comes highly recommended by several blogging friends.
Sta-Flo DIA13101 Concentrated Liquid Starch, 64 Oz Bottle – Pack of 1
1 cup White Glue
1/3 Cup Liquid Starch
Acrylic Paint (amount varies depending on the desired color)
How to make Slime
Because slime is a science project, we highly recommend parental supervision while kids make the slime.
- To make the Incredibles slime, you’ll need to pour 1 cup of the white glue in a bowl.
- Then add the satin acrylic paint and mix until you’ve reached your desired color.
- Next, add 1/3 cup of liquid starch and stir until it combines.
- Finally, take the slime out of the bowl and knead (approximately 3-4 minutes) it until it combines.
- If you find that the slime is still sticky, add a small amount of starch and repeat step 4.
Now it’s time to play! Our base was the red and yellow slime mixed together which made a marbled orange color. Next, we layered long pieces of the red, black, yellow, and orange slime overtop and began pulling and playing with it to create fun designs. The boys love playing with slime! It’s a great summer craft project that can keep kids entertained for hours while you fix dinner or complete house chores. Just make sure you’re in eyesight to avoid any chances of consumption. Ewww! We strongly encourage not tasting this slime, it’s not edible.
It’s up to you if you want to add the blue slime. I think it makes the other colors pop, but it doesn’t necessarily require it for Incredibles Slime. Although that adorable Jack-Jack has the prettiest blue eyes.
shelly peterson says
This slime is pretty cool looking and so colorful. My grandsons would love this.
marisela zuniga says
this looks very cool and easy to make!
Dana Rodriguez says
I have seen a lot of slime recipes but this one is super cool! So colorful!
Tod Winkelman says
This looks like a very Sticky situation. LOL.
I think this is so cool thanks for sharing.
This is slime that really packs a wallop! So bright, I’ve never seen any like this, I could imagine it would be a favorite!