After making your fluffy slime, it is possible to create an iceberg slime! With iceberg slime, a barrier of dried slime is left on the top of the container where you are keeping your slime. You are then able to break the dried barrier to poke into the fresh slime underneath! To make iceberg slime, you are going to need to use fluffy slime.
- 5 oz of Elmer’s glue (one bottle)
- ¼ teaspoon borax powder (sodium tetraborate- can be found in the laundry section of a store)
- 1 cup warm water
- food coloring (optional)
- glitter (optional)
- shaving foam
- Pour ½ bottle or a full bottle of glue into a bowl (depending on how much slime you want to make) and mix with around a ¼ cup of water. (This is needed to make the glue more mixable).
- In a separate bowl, mix ¼ teaspoon of borax powder into ½ cup of warm water. Mix well. This is called activator, because this is what makes the glue turn into slime!
- To the glue, add food coloring if you would like and add shaving foam to the glue mixture, the more shaving foam you add the fluffier your slime will be. Mix well.
- Add activator to the glue/water mixture at about a teaspoon at a time until you reach your desired texture. Be careful not to add too much or your slime will be too firm!
- Find a container to keep your fluffy slime in (one that preferably is just the right size for the slime, not too big or too small).
- Knead your fluffy slime for a short amount of time, then put in your container and leave uncovered either in the fridge or just out in the open!
- After a day or two, the top of your slime will dry out and you will be able to crunch the top!