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    • How to make a stress-balls

      Place a good amount of Orbeez/watebeads into your large bowl. Fill the bowl with water and let it sit overnight. Take the funnel and use it to fill the empty plastic bottle with the Orbeez. Create space in the balloon for the water beads by blowing up the balloon and twist the opening to prevent the air from coming out. Stretch the balloon’s mouth over the top of the plastic bottle. Release the neck of the balloon so that it untwists and then turn the bottle upside-down so as to pour the water beads into the balloon.Remove the bottle from the balloon and let all the air out of the balloon. Once you’ve removed all the air from the balloon, tie a knot in the neck as close to the collection of water beads as possible. What are Orbeez or Stress-balls? Orbeez balls are small, absorbent polymer beads made of acrylic acid, sodium hydroxide, and water. When added to water, the water molecules in the bead absorb the water and expand in size, up to 150 times their original size.

    • How to make Bath Bombs

      What are Bath Bombs? Bath bombs are a mixture of wet and dry ingredients that are hard-packed and moulded into various shapes before being left to dry out. These dried out "bombs" effervesce when wet. They are used to add essential oils, moisturiser, scent, bubbles or colour to bath water. Are Bath Bombs Safe for Kids? When a bath bomb is made with natural ingredients and no harsh chemicals, it is completely safe even for sensitive skin or for children. Kids bath bombs should be made with natural ingredients only, as a child's skin is much more sensitive and prone to irritation than that of an adult's. I love a good immersion bath. The suggestion I give you is easy, quick and economical. Here is the "recipe" for making your bath bombs. INGREDIENTS 1 cup of baking soda 1/2 cup powdered citric acid Essential oils Bath bombs molds (These quantities allow to make about 14 bath bombs) THE RECIPE First, strain the baking soda into a large bowl with the help of a strainer. Then we add the powdered citric acid - the equivalent of half a cup - and mix everything, very well, so as not to get grain. Now it's time to add our essential oil (to everyone's taste). We can use a single fragrance or several, the choice is ours. Approximately 3 ml of oil is sufficient for this amount. If we want a more intense aroma we can increase the amount - but I think it will depend, a lot, on the oil we are using. If we want we can add a food colouring, to give colour, and it should be not water-based. Attention, do not use too much dye! When everything is well mixed and without grains, it's time to use a few drops of water - you can also use virgin olive oil or even coconut oil - to make the mixture mouldable. A spray bottle can be a great help - spraying 3 or 4 times is ideal, but it depends a lot on the liquid you use - because the goal is for the mixture to become thicker. You should add the liquid slowly and slowly, because too much water would make the result less consistent. Finally the time has come to put the mixture in the molds - we can use several types of molds, silicone balls are also a good option. The molds must be completely filled. About 3 hours later the bath bombs are ready to use, but if you prefer, wait for the next day. It is important to be careful when unmolding so as not to be left without pieces - as it happened to me, it is a case of saying that haste is the enemy of perfection!

    • How to make Unicorn poo slime.

      Disclosure: Bear in mind that some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you. As you might know, we run a company of slime parties, we started in 2018, and it was going very well, until Covid-19 hit us. We are still not allowed to host any parties, so we decided to teach you, how to do it. and where to buy all the ingredients you will need. Preparing the slime activator, solution, using the borax powder: In 1 cup (230ml) of warm water, add 1 table spoon (5g) of Borax. Buy here Mix it in well, and poor it into a safe bottle and in a safe place out or reach of the children. this is called your Slime activator. You will only need 5 grams of borax for the about 50kg of slime. Making Unicorn poo slime. Fill the bowls with 100ml of glue. Our supplier on Amazon. Add two cups of shaving foam, but not overflowing You can mix and when slime is one uniform texture, it means it is ready, you can add the 5ml Borax Slime solution. Remember to shake the bottle. You can now mix it for about 2 minutes and start using your hands. Here is a video i made on how to make the Unicorn Slime fluffy slime :). Divide your slime in 3 different containers Our supplier on Amazon Colour each slime, 1 pink 1blue and 1purple. Stretch them all into to a snake Style. And push them together without mixing them, pick up from the top, using one hand, and roll it into a Unicorn poo. Here are the links for the decorations we buy for our slime Parties Scola 5ltr Washable PVA Glue - Eco - 5 Litre Craft Glue. Our supplier on Amazon. Borax.    Buy here Shaving Foam but, not shaving gel. (we buy ours from Tesco) 100 Pieces 6" Coloured Wooden Craft Sticks Jumbo Wood Sticks. Our supplier on Amazon 25 Disposable palm leaf Bowls. Our supplier on Amazon Slime sealed Containers. Our supplier on Amazon Colourful Aprons. Our supplier on Amazon Paper Party Bags. Our supplier on Amazon Personalised Slime Party stickers. Our Supplier on Amazon 5ml Clear Plastic Pipette Liquid Our Supplier on Amazon Hope you enjoy it :). xxx

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    • Buy borax to make slime | DIY Slime Parties | United Kingdom

      Hello and welcome to DIY SLIME PARTY, with us you can learn How to host a slime party, how to make slime, bath bombs, and other kid's DIY and creative activities Free delivery on all orders... Shop now What do We Teach? ​ How to make your own slime and where to buy the fabulous slime ingredients? How to Host a Slime Party? ​ How to Make Slime? How to Make Fluffy Slime? ​ How to make your own slime and where to buy the fabulous slime ingredients? ​ Learn how to make your own slime, and how to make Fluffy slime, crunchy slime, cloud slime, unicorn slime, and many more. I will also give you all our secrets on how to make and where to buy slime ingredients in the UK. ​ ​ How to Host a Slime Party? ​ After spending over one year selling over 6000 slimes on , we decided to host our own parties, now we are not allowed to have more than 6 people at home, so I will teach you how to make your small birthday party for your child. eBay ​ How to Make Fluffy Slime? ​ Fluffy slime has been one of the biggest hits, as kids toys go, it feels amazing, I would guess just like touching a cloud :) and it is much less sticky than the typical slime. I will also teach you how to make it even less sticky using a borax solution, which I will also teach you to make. ​ How to Make Slime? ​ Making slime has been one of the most stressful and relaxing jobs I ever had. Before I knew, what I was doing, I failed and failed again, but as soon as I got the trick and I finally found all the ingredients, it was an absolutely amazing feeling of success and amazement. In our blog you will find it all on one page. You will see how easy it is. How to make slime? ​ ​ ​ ​ We know choosing a present for a child is a nightmare, so we also give you some tips, how to buy a kid a present, choosing by age ​ ​ ​ Tips for choosing toys for kids Toys help kids learn about the world around them. Children pick up new skills when playing, learn about cause and effect, or even learn about relationships and roles within the family. A child's age is one of the first ways to shop for new toys, here are some of our tips. Infants aged enjoy brightly colored toys that make noise or move when touched. Choose toys that have no small pieces for children in this age group. The youngest children in this group enjoy simple toys that rattle or small, lightweight, colorful stuffed toys. As infants grow and are able to roll or sit up, they enjoy toys that react to a press of a button or a bump against the floor. 0 to 12 months old enjoy toys that let them interact with their environment. Colorful, lightweight blocks or stacking toys with rounded edges, musical instruments, and beginner electronic toys are all popular choices. When toddlers begin walking, toys that are designed to be pushed around the room are also good choices. Toddlers 12 to 24 months enjoy play sets that mimic daily adult life and interactive toys. At this age, kids like seeing what happens if they push or pull on a toy. They also enjoy play tables with interactive features and electronic toys. It's easy to delight them with toys that feature favorite animated characters from popular media like TV shows and movies. Two- to 4-year-old Children from enjoy a variety of toys. Ride-on toys, electronic toys, action figures, and remote control toys are all popular. These types of toys use entertainment to encourage kids to begin learning skills that carry through to adulthood. 5 to 7 years old kids benefit from taking more control, and that shows in their toys. Like bikes and scooters encourage active play. Building kits support STEM skills. Arts and crafts kits encourage creativity and the development of fine motor skills. Blaster toys, action figures, and games are also popular toys that support a child's creativity and imagination. Eight- to 11-year-old begin to see toys that support more advanced STEM skills and learning. Larger bicycles help keep kids active as they grow. Advanced electronics and musical instruments support learning and music appreciation. Building sets and blocks keep kids busy for hours. Games are useful for larger families or when kids are having a friend over. Kids aged and up 12 years old ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Who are we? ​ We are a group of Children's entertainers in Norfolk, which specializes in dynamic and fun Parties. Unfortunately, we are still not allowed to host any parties, so, we decided to teach you how to make the best slime, where to buy all the ingredients, and many DIY activities. We will update our blog every week, with new children's arts and crafts. Our main focus is to provide everyone, with the skills, and tools, to be creative and use their imagination. Get In Touch S l i m e Slime Gift box, personalised by you. ​ Personalise your own Slime, without all the mess! Choose from the list: 2 colours 2 glitters 1 topping 1 scent ​ You will receive this packed in a small box ready for Christmas. Please note this is a 12 oz slime . All our slimes are made to order, so it might take up to 2 days for postage. Free delivery in orders over £15 Order Now

    • How to Host a Slime Party. DIY Slime Party. UK

      How to Host a Slime Party like a professional? ​ Hosting a Slime Party at home is not as complicated and messy as you might think. First, let me start with the materials and suppliers, you will need to host the perfect Slime Party: ​ Materials To make Slime ​ Scola 5ltr Washable PVA Glue - Eco - 5 Litre Craft Glue. Our supplier on Amazon. Borax. Buy here Shaving Foam but, not shaving gel. (we buy ours from Tesco) 100 Pieces 6" Coloured Wooden Craft Sticks Jumbo Wood Sticks. Our supplier on Amazon 25 Disposable palm leaf Bowls. Our supplier on Amazon Slime sealed Containers. Our supplier on Amazon Colourful Aprons. Our supplier on Amazon Paper Party Bags. Our supplier on Amazon Personalised Slime Party stickers. Our Supplier on Amazon 5ml Clear Plastic Pipette Liquid Our Supplier on Amazon ​ ​ Slime decorations ​ Orbeez Our supplier on Amazon 32 Colours Extra Fine Slime Glitter Our supplier on Amazon 3D Assorted Fruit Animals Flowers Slices Our supplier on Amazon Instant Magic Snow Our supplier on Amazon Glow powder Our Supply On Amazon Skin Safe Natural Soap Colourant Our supply on Amazon Mystic Moments Fragrant Oil Starter Pack Our supply on Amazon ​ Please note Borax is not dangerous as long as you follow our instructions. It is always important to keep in mind general safety guidelines. We can show you how to make slime safely. ​ ​ Preparing the slime activator, using the borax powder: ​ In 1 cup (230ml) of warm water, add 1 tablespoon (5g) of Borax. Mix it in well, and pour it into a safe bottle and in a safe place out of reach of the children. this is called your Slime activator. You will only need 5 grams of borax for the whole party. ​ Hosting the Slime Party: ​ So the children will start to arrive at your Fantastic Slime Party, they will be excited and loud haha. I will list step by step what you should do for your slime party to be as less stressful as possible. ​ How to make fluffy slime step by step. ​ Fill the bowls with 100ml of glue using a 100ml Graduated Beaker Receive your guests, and as you do, give them their aprons, while asking them if they have ever made slime? this will give you an idea, of your little helpers (very important :). When everyone is at the table, ask them to colour their slime, using the colour set, placed in the middle of the table. Then when they are done, to fill their bowls to the top with foam, but not overflowing They can now start to Mix the glue with the foam. When the slime is one uniform colour, it means its ready, you can add the 5ml of Borax Slime solution. Remember to shake the bottle. The children can now mix it for about 2 minutes and start using their hands. Here is a I made on how to make the fluffy slime :). video Now its time to decorate the slime. Give the children one slime container and remove the slime bowls, add the decorations to the table and let them go mad. Give the children, their slime party bags, so they can keep it safe, while they enjoy the rest of the party. ​ ​ Here is what you can learn. How to make slime How to make fluffy slime How to make Slime Activator How to make Unicorn Slime How to host a slime party How to make Bath-bombs How to make stress balls How to make Unicorn poo slime How to make crunchy slime ​ ​ ​ Disclosure: Bear in mind that some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission. Home How to Host a Slime Party How to Shop Slime Parties Search More...

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