This glittery, glow in the dark Galaxy Slime is absolutely mesmerizing! And so easy to make!
Have you noticed that many stores have a “slime section” lately? Whether it’s labeled as such or not, craft stores and grocery stores alike usually have a shelf or display filled with glue, glitter, and even activators like contact solution and liquid starch!
On one of our most recent Target trips, we couldn’t resist stocking up on all kinds of glitter glues and sequins. We’ve been using them for lots of different slime recipes!
My choice was black glitter glue because I knew it would be just perfect to make Galaxy Slime!
What is Galaxy Slime?
Galaxy Slime is sort of a catch-all term for slime recipes that remind you of outer space. Deep blues, purples, and even black colored slimes set the stage of the night sky, then are mixed with sparkling glitter and sequins to resemble stars.
There’s no “right” way to make Galaxy Slime – but some recipes are more complicated than others.
For our Galaxy Slime, we use a simple 2-ingredient slime recipe base, then added our glittery mix-ins.
Once our Galaxy Slime was ready, we added a batch of our Glow in the Dark Slime so it would really light up!
Here’s a behind-the-scenes look of my daughter and I making our glow in the dark galaxy slime recipe video:
Galaxy Slime Ingredients
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TIP: Don’t have liquid starch on hand? You can also make our Galaxy Slime using our contact solution slime recipe!
How to Make Galaxy Slime
First, watch our quick video demo to see exactly how we made our easy Galaxy Slime! Then keep reading for photo step-by-step instructions and prep tips.
Click video below to play recipe tutorial:
Pour an entire bottle of black glitter glue to mixing bowl.
TIP: Skip the generic brands of glue and stick to name brands. We find that generic glue formulas don’t usually work as well (or at all).
Add 1/3 cup liquid starch to mixing bowl and stir briskly with a spoon until slime begins to clump together.
Finish kneading slime by hand, until it is no longer sticky. If slime does stick to hands, add a splash more liquid starch until it pulls free from hands.
I think this black galaxy slime is just gorgeous on it’s own, but we decided to mix in different colored sequins for even more sparkle.
We also made a batch of our Glow in the Dark Slime to add to our Galaxy Slime. You can make this glow in the dark slime with Elmer’s Magical Liquid or with the liquid starch recipe here.
How to Store Your Galaxy Slime
Store your galaxy slime in an airtight container or plastic zipper bag. If slime sticks to bag when you’re trying to get it out again, simply add a little liquid starch to release the slime from the sides of the bag.
To make your slime last longer, wash hands before playing to prevent as much contamination as possible and return to airtight container immediately after play.
Learn to Master Slime
There are three starter slime recipes that form the base for hundreds of awesome slime variations, like this Galaxy Slime. Once you master these basic recipes, you can make almost anything!
Pin this Glitter Galaxy Slime on Pinterest:
Slime Safety Tips
Slime is lots of fun and a wonderful sensory experience for kids! However, it’s important to make sure to follow all slime safety recommendations:
- This slime is not edible. Please do not taste or eat.
- Always supervise children when making and playing with any slime recipe.
- As with many slime recipes, this contact solution slime involves a chemical reaction. Some ingredients may cause irritation to sensitive skin. Always wash hands thoroughly after play.
- Read this first: click here to read all of our tips to make slime safely.
For glue-free slime alternatives, check out our complete guide: How to Make Slime (without Glue or Borax)
Can’t Get Enough Slime??
This book has been a labor of love over the past year, and we’re SO excited to share the NEW print version!
From seasonal & holiday slime, to glow-in-the-dark slime, there’s 43 recipes for hours of play! Many of them are brand new and never published! Now available in both print and digital format!
More of our favorite slime recipes for kids:
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