How to Make Galaxy Slime

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10-06-2018, 01:00
Community Tested Galaxies are a dazzling sight to many, and slime is a fun and useful "toy" that many enjoy playing with. Why not combine the two and create a fun slime that also looks quite neat? A sparkly and stretchy slime that reminds you of the universe is both fun to make and stretch, and squish, and poke!


  1. Add 1 teaspoon (4.9 ml) of borax to 500 millilitres (18 imp fl oz; 17  fl oz) of hot water. Stir it thoroughly and then set it aside to cool.
  2. Separate the glue into three bowls. Pour about 120 millilitres (4.2 imp fl oz; 4.1  fl oz) of clear glue into each bowl.
  3. Pour 100 millilitres (3.5 imp fl oz; 3.4  fl oz) of water into each bowl.
  4. Add both the blue and black food coloring into one bowl.
  5. Add the pink food coloring into the second bowl.
  6. Add the purple food coloring into the third bowl.
  7. Shake both types of glitter into each bowl.
  8. Use a stick to combine the glue, water, food coloring, and glitter. When fully combined, the glue, glitter, and color will be evenly dispersed, and won't "clump" in certain areas.
    • It's possible to mix with a spoon, but it's not recommended. The mixture can cling to the curve of the spoon and be hard to get out.
  9. Pour a third of the borax mixture into one bowl. Stir quickly and thoroughly as the slime begins to stick together.
  10. Repeat with the other two slime mixtures.
  11. Knead the slime with your hands. At this point, if the slime is still fairly watery, knead it with your hands to help it gain a more solid shape.
  12. Carefully combine the slimes by kneading them together. Don't blend them too much, or they'll end up losing their color.
  13. Play with your sparkly galaxy slime. Store it in an airtight container or plastic bag.


  • 360 millilitres (13 imp fl oz; 12  fl oz) clear liquid glue (white glue is a substitute for it, but the clear glue looks better)
  • 300 millilitres (11 imp fl oz; 10  fl oz) water
  • Dark blue food coloring
  • Black food coloring
  • Pink food coloring
  • Purple food coloring
  • Fine glitter
  • Regular glitter
  • 1 teaspoon (4.9 ml) borax


  • White glue will work if you don't have clear glue, but isn't preferred.
  • You don't need to use borax. It's possible to replace the borax solution with liquid starch, liquid laundry detergent, contact lens solution, or a saline solution.
  • Consider adding confetti stars to the slime for an extra-galactic appeal.
  • Don't put in too much glue or it can make the slime overly sticky.


  • The colors will naturally blend together if you knead your slime a lot.
  • Glitter can be quite messy, and playing with this slime may cause glitter to scatter and get on your hands.
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