Elmer's Liquid Glitter Glue, Great For Making Slime, Washable, Assorted Colors, 6 Ounces Each, 4 Count Elmers Multipack E320

Elmer's Liquid Glitter Glue, Great For Making Slime, Washable, Assorted Colors, 6 Ounces Each, 4 Count Elmers Multipack E320

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  • Add a bold, glittery pop to your projects and homemade slime!
  • Safe, washable, non-toxic and no-run formula
  • The #1 teacher brand, it's ideal for arts, crafts, and school projects
  • Great for creating slime at home or in the classroom!
  • Includes: 6-ounce bottles of Purple, Pink, Red, and Blue glitter glue
Item # 469818

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$8.62

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Size:4-Count  |  Color:Purple/Pink/Red/Blue  |  Product Packaging:Standard Packaging

Make your mark on art projects with an explosion of glittery color using Elmer’s Classic Liquid Glitter Glue. Specially formulated to be washable and easy to use, Elmer's School Glue perfect for school projects and home arts and crafts. Elmer’s glitter glue does not run and is non-toxic for reliable results with every use. Not recommended for use on photos, bare metal, submerged surfaces, or heated surfaces. You can also use your liquid glue to create glitter glue slime!

Purchased these bright-colored glitter glues to further fuel my 12-year old daughter's ridiculously nonsensical slime collection. When will this fad end? Until it does, I'll own more glue, contact solution, borax, shaving cream, and soft clay than any other human being on this earth. But I will have some pretty amazing slime to attack the enemy with when Armageddon comes. So I guess that's a plus.
By HipShopper February 20, 2018
Arrived on time, in perfect shape, and ready to make slime for my daughters birthday party. By the way Sta-flo works the best as an activator. I'm a school teacher, and we tried many slime experiments using various activators such as: borax, contact lenses solution, etc...we got the best results using sta-flo. Just in case you teachers want to do a class experiment. It is also less messy. Elmers glue, (be sure it's Elmers!) you can use white, clear, or glitter glue-but make sure it is Elmers. Use Elmers Glue, water, shaving cream, and sta-flo....any coloring you want to use. The glitter glue was a hit...worked much better than using the clear and adding glitter. ELMERS ONLY
By Thornton June 21, 2017
We made glitter slime and loveeee how awesome this sensory activity is. The reason I didnt rate 5 stars is the recipe for slime was quite off for me. I had to triple the amount of bakingsoda and contact solution to get it to stop being sticky and stop adhering to my hand. Other than that, we loved it! Even added foam balls for extra fun textures.
By Wishes to remain anonymous January 12, 2018
We have never really made slime with glitter glue, so we didn't know what to expect when using this to make slime. We found out that this glue is a really high quality glue to make slime with! It was super easy to make slime with. The colors were very vibrant and the glitter in in was very sparkly. The glitter looked like holographic fine glitter and holographic tinsel glitter. It made such a pretty slime, and it wasn't as messy as making normal clear slime since the glue was already colored. We loved it so much and are looking forward to purchasing again.
By A Person. December 28, 2017
Bought this for my daughter to make "glitter slime" and it worked great. Color is very bright with lots of glitter. Will definitely purchase again!
By Just My Opinion January 20, 2017
These glue are the best for making slime. They are much thicker than the clear Elmer’s glue. My kids like these better with all the glitter already mixed in. The glitter does not get stuck to the hands like the ones you would add yourself, and the glitter inside has a generous amount.
Very nice, vibrant colors. You can use Elmer’s Magic solution, (kind of expensive), for stickier, “gooier”, slime or just use contact solution and baking soda for the more pliable type. The latter can actually be taken out into a ball and thrown around, without making a mess. Just depends on your kids, (and adults) preference.
By K. Shue May 15, 2018
Purchased this for a fun summer activity with my grandchildren (12, 9, 6) when they visited this summer. We followed the instructions using the baking soda and 1 1/4 tbls contact lens solution. Once the kids had stirred the mixture enough to make a cohesive ball, there was a bit of solution left in the bottom of the bowl which we mopped up with paper towels. Found that stretching the slime was the most helpful in eliminating the stickiness. I'll purchase again next year when they come!!!
By tnf51 July 30, 2018
We bought this to make red slime, it is a dull orange /pink color when done. My kids love making slime, (only I was disappointed by the color.) Blue and pink Elmer's Glitter Glue make the most vibrant colors. Purple and red look pretty in the glue bottles but look dull after combined with baking soda and contact solution.
By Curefan623 March 26, 2018