(Lush inspired) DIY Rainbow Shower Jellies 

A few posts back, we had made mini shower jellies, but this time we decided to make larger, but more fun, rainbow jellies! Whether they simply inspire your child to wash their hands after messy activities, or they just make the shower more fun, this project was as fun to make as the end result  is,…

DIY Moisture Beach Soap

During the summer with all the sun and heat, everybody’s skin can use a little extra moisture… so we made this beach inspired soap with added avocado oil. I chose glycerin for this project for multiple reasons, most importantly that unlike lye based soap making techniques, its a non-toxic and safe method to make with…

DIY Mermaid Shower Jellies 

In my previous post we made adorable mini unicorn shower jellies, and they came out so great we wanted to do another batch! As I had mentioned with the unicorn jellies, I had 2 cute candy molds from previous projects and I thought they would be super cute to use. One of these molds being…

DIY Mini Unicorn Shower Jellies

After watching way too many videos on all the lush inspired shower jellies, my daughter and I set out to make our own as well, with our favorite theme in mind, *unicorns*….which basically translates to lots of pink, purple, and glitter. As much as we loved the big ones at lush, I had these adorable…

Mermaid Slime

One of the most common project requests by my daughter almost always involves unicorns or mermaids, so I think this post is long overdue. It’s not an overwhelming recipe, with only 3 batches to make, and definitely fun with all of the shimmer and glitter involved. An instant favorite for any mermaid taking it on!…

Sunset Clouds Slime

I’ve seen so many posts and recipes about avalanche slime lately, it inspired me to create my own version trying to recreate the beautiful tranquil colors of sunset and twilight on a cloudy night. This recipe absolutely did not disappoint, and is sure to please any age.  The colors blended beautifully and it looked almost…

Peacock Feather Slime

The colors on a peacock feather have always been one of my favorite color combinations of all time, so I had to try to recreate it with slime. This one is a little time extensive because it does have quite a few colors, but still looks great even after it’s all mixed up from being…

Funfetti Frosting Slime

After making cupcakes with my daughter all day, we decided to make a batch of fluffy slime in honor of one of her favorite things, frosting. I’ve messed around with a lot of different versions of fluffy slime recipes but today I think I perfected ours. It’s so fluffy it’s almost foamy, but doesn’t get…

Opal Slime 

  This one was so much fun to experiment with and resulted in such a unique finished product, with a very sensory texture. Its a bit more time consuming than some of the other recipes because it involves 4 separate color batches, but the multi faceted iridescence when it’s done is so pretty to look…

Amethyst Slime 

We had so much fun making the rose quartz slime, we wanted to see what other gem or stone we could recreate with slime and decided on amethyst because of its beautiful deep purple! This is a one step batch of slime with opportunities for the little ones to help, but striking enough for tweens,…

Molten Rose Gold Slime

This one is great not only for making with your little ones, but for older kids, teens, or even adults too with it’s gorgeous rosey metallic finish! It has a more solid texture because of all the glitter and shimmer which makes it a lot less messy to play with, but just as satisfying to…

Soothing Lavender Slime

As a huge lover of lavender and it’s anti-stress properties, I had to try to make a slime that incorporated it, with the hopes that it could possibly calm my little one down too. As for that working, I can’t quite say I’ve noticed if it has, but I think it’s definitely possible it could…