Glow in the dark slime is perfect for making Wildfire props for your Game of Thrones party. This is a sponsored post.
This project is perfect for slime lovers and/or Game of Thrones fans! This glow in the dark slime is so cool that I can’t help playing with it! It’s fun to shine a bright flashlight on it and then turn off the lights to play with the oozing, glowing slime.
I re-watched several episodes of Game of Thrones over the past several months, in anticipation of Season 8. The storyline involving wildfire is pretty unforgettable, and I thought it would be fun to make my own version to bottle and display at a GOT watch party. This glow in the dark slime oozes almost like a liquid, making it fun to use for decor and displays.
Supplies Used to make Glow in the Dark Slime or Wildfire Slime:
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- Elmer’s Glue
- Super Glow Paint
- Neon Green Paint
- Borax Solution
- Wildfire Free Printable
- OnlineLabels.com Kraft Printable Sticker Paper, OL9805BK
- Small container with cork top
To start with, you will need to mix the glue with the glow in the dark paint. I experimented a bit and found that a one to one ratio worked best. For this example I used 1/4 cup glue and 1/4 cup glow in the dark paint. The way I tested it was to shine a flashlight on the mixture to see if the solution was glowing yet. If yours isn’t glowing, add more glow paint.
Add a bit of lime green paint to tint the mixture. I used approximately one teaspoon of paint. Add just a little paint and then keep adding more until you get the color you like.
Finally, add your borax solution. I showed you in this tutorial how I make mine. Because everyone uses different solutions, my best advice is to add just a bit at a time. I have an oil dispenser top on my borax solution bottle so I can add just a few drops. Too much solution will make your slime hard and rubbery, and we need this to flow.
Keep adding and mixing until the slime pulls away from the walls of the bowl and forms a messy blob in the center on your mixing stick. Now you can place the slime on a plastic mat and knead it until it is smooth. If it feels sticky, add a drop of baby oil to the mat and knead the slime a few times.
To create the final look, download and print out the Wildfire Slime label that I created. I love to use OnlineLabels.com printable kraft labels for all my “old” looking projects (like this mandrake).
I used an oval die cut to cut the labels stickers, then I peeled the backing off and stuck them on the glass bottles. The larger stickers can be used on boxes to send these GOT slime favors home with guests.
Of course, I’ll have to keep one bottle for myself. This glow in the dark slime is so much fun!