Make confetti slime without Borax! This easy Mod Podge slime recipe uses a few household ingredients. Make it fun with colorful confetti!
Skills Required: None. Anyone can make this slime, even young kids. Little children will likely need help from their parents, so this is a fun family activity.
Hiya! Jessica here from The Confetti Bar, the coolest confetti shop on the block, where we believe happiness should be celebrated!
Now obviously I feel everything is better with confetti, and ooey gooey slime is no exception. This easy confetti slime without Borax (made from items most likely already in your home!) is a perfect activity to keep your kids busy for an afternoon.
The confetti not only looks pretty, it adds a fun textural element that is extra fun to play with!
**For the basic slime technique I used this method, but I’ve made some notes below for how I altered it a smidge.
Confetti Slime without Borax
Gather These Supplies
- A bowl and spoon for mixing
- About 1 cup Mod Podge
- 2 + 3 tsp liquid laundry detergent
- 2 tsp baking soda
- 2-3 tsp contact solution
- food coloring (optional)
Start by adding your Mod Podge to a bowl. (If you plan to use food coloring, mix that into your Mod Podge first. This adds a nice accent color, but since the confetti is colorful you can also choose to leave the slime white.)
Add 2 tsp laundry detergent and mix thoroughly. Add the 2 tsp baking soda and mix until dissolved. Add more laundry detergent, 1 tsp at a time, until well combined.
**After mixing for a bit your slime should start to come together, but I found adding a couple teaspoons of contact solution made it “slime up” faster!
Sprinkle in some confetti and voila! Magical, colorful, oozy confetti Mod Podge slime without Borax!
When choosing the perfect confetti colors for your slime, remember we have tons of pre-made confetti options in our confetti shop, but if you want something extra cool we specialize in custom confetti!
Don’t need a specific color mix? Our mystery confetti bags are the perfect choice! You can also check out our blog for more fun (like these reusable confetti poppers!), and we’d love to see you around Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest!