Valentine’s Day slime is a gift everyone can get into. Literally!

No matter how old you are, it’s liberating to stretch a hunk of slime between your hands. So I’m going to help you create a sparkly slime for everyone on your Valentine’s Day list!

Valentine’s Day Slime

Valentines Day Slime Supplies



Valentines Day Slime: Step 1In a bowl, combine 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup of glue. Mix together well for several minutes.
Valentines Day Slime: Step 2Add red food coloring, glitter and confetti. Mix well.
Valentines Day Slime: Step 3Pour in the liquid starch. The slime will start to form into a more manageable blob.
Valentines Day Slime: Step 4Knead the slime to create a consistent texture through and through. Transfer the slime to a clean container and let it rest for approximately 3 minutes while you wash your hands.
Complete Valentines Day SlimePlace the slime in individual cups for gifting. Slip each into treat bags and tie them shut with ribbons. 

Troubleshooting: If your slime remains overly sticky or runny, try kneading it a little longer. If that doesn’t work, add small amounts of glue and stir until it reaches the desired consistency. Keep slime covered when not using; discard it when it changes color or odor.

No-calorie learning tool

Valentine’s Day slime might not be as enticing as a box of chocolates, but it’s certainly healthier. Creating it can be a fun and educational after-school, Scout or daycare activity. Use the opportunity to teach students about the chemical reaction that occurs when glue is mixed with liquid starch or other ingredients.

Senior citizens love slime, too! Squeezing and kneading the rubbery texture can be therapeutic for the hands and mind.

Valentines Favors

Be sure to check out more Valentine’s Day party items from Totally Promotional. Besides our adorable frosted cups, we have Valentine’s Day lip balm, pencils, stress balls, napkins and much more! I personally love the Teddy bears with sweet little phrases on their T-shirts. Melts my heart!

Happy Valentine’s Day from Totally Promotional!


Shelley Grieshop is a former newspaper journalist who earned more than a dozen Associated Press awards for her in-depth research and writing skills. In May 2016, she joined Totally Promotional as a creative writer. She currently writes company blogs about branding, marketing, logos, wedding planning and much more. One of her life goals is to teach people when to use hyphens and apostrophes.

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