You don’t have to go to Disney World to get the magic of Disney! This Disney World slime is inspired by Magic Kingdom and is one of our favorite slime recipes without contact solution.
My kids have never been to Disney World (because have you even looked at prices for that place recently? You have to take out a second lien on your home to afford it).
Also, all of my kids have been deathly afraid of masked characters, which pretty much means not only would I be out thousands of dollars but my kids would also have a bad time.
But they, like me, they like the *idea* of Disney World, specifically Magic Kingdom, which is why we are sticking to Disney slime for now.
And, so, whether you are a season pass holder to one Disney World or another, or whether you are like us and wouldn’t really have fun at the theme parks, you can enjoy Disney through this lens of slime.
It would be the perfect party favor for any Disney princess birthday party or event!
How to Make Disney World Slime Fluffy
The secret ingredient in this Disney slime recipe is instant snow powder. That’s what gives the slime its airy, magical texture and brings that fairy magic right to your kitchen table!
What Can You Use Instead of Contact Solution for Slime?
You can substitute contact lens solution with one of three slime activators. Slime activators that we like are:
Each activator produces a slime with a distinct texture. The thickest slime is made with borax powder, which reduces slime stickiness and mess.
The texture of liquid laundry starch slime is similar to conventional slime or gak.
Elmer’s slime activator is a cross between borax and liquid laundry starch slime that works nicely with any sort of glue.
How to Make Non Sticky Slime without Contact Solution
Slime activators are the “gel” essential for the slime’s stretchable texture. It makes the slime less sticky and stretchier and a lot less messy.
One of the most popular slime activators is contact solution, but if you don’t want to use it, there are alternative options! Here’s how to make some of our favorite slime activators that do not use contact lens solution:
- Borax powder: Add one teaspoon of powder to 1 cup of warm water and stir.
- Liquid laundry starch: Use exactly like contact solution in your slime recipes.
- Liquid soap: Liquid soap must be frozen before it turns into a slime activator.
- Cornstarch: Mix enough cornstarch into the glue to absorb the cornstarch and make a slime texture.
- Baking soda: Add baking soda in a ratio of 1 to 1. If the slime is still too sticky, add more baking soda.
- Epsom Salt: Add one teaspoon of Epsom salt to 1 cup of warm water and stir.
Slime Shopping List to Make Disney World Slime
Here is what you’ll want to have on hand before attempting to make this Magic Kingdom slime!
You can find these slime ingredients at any local store, but for me, it’s often easiest to purchase my slime supplies in bulk and have them delivered to my house.
How to Make Disney Slime
Follow along with the directions in the printable Disney slime recipe below to get step-by-step directions to make this Disney cloud slime.
And if you want to see the slime made right before your eyes, watch the video of the Disney World slime getting made included in this post!
Don’t Want to Hunt Down Ingredients? Try These Slime Kits!
Of course, you can also purchase ready-made slime-making kits that eliminate the need to hunt down supplies from anywhere! All of the supplies for slime show up right on your doorstep!
- Beginner slime making kit
- Unicorn slime making kit
- Ice cream slime making kit
- Mermaid slime making kit
- Neon slime making kit
Of course, making slime from a kit takes some of the magic out of it, which isn’t very Disney, but sometimes a premade slime kit is the easiest way to go!
If you get bored of making the same slime recipes over and over…
Even More Creative Slime Recipes without Contact Solution!
Here are some of our favorite creative slime recipes that my kids love to make over and over.
- Easy to Make Glitter Rainbow Slime Recipe with Clear Glue
- Easy to Make (and low mess) Circus Slime Recipe
- Glow in the Dark Fluffy Slime
- Creative Ways to Make Slime at Home
I prepared a science lesson to make slime play more instructive and scientific, which you can download for free by clicking the link below!
And now here is the recipe for Disney World slime. P.S. You can print it out, too!
- Liquid laundry starch
- Elmer's white glue
- Soap dye
- Instant snow powder
- Circus figurines
- 2 mixing bowls
- Metal fork
- Measuring cup and spoons
- Plastic jars (to store your slime after play)
- In your mixing bowl, add 1/2 a cup of white glue, 1/2 a cup of shaving cream,
1 tablespoon of water, and 2 tablespoons of instant snow powder.
- Add a few drops of blue food coloring and stir. Not too much, you want to create a pale blue slime!
- Next, add 1/2 a cup of liquid laundry starch and stir. You'll have to mix
the last bit by hand. If it is too sticky, add more starch.
- Keep mixing until you have stretchy, pillowy, and soft slime.
- Add Disney figurines or fairy confetti like we did and your Disney World slime is complete!
The humidity of the room where you are making slime can change how much starch you have to add. To prevent this from becoming an issue, add half the starch you think you will need and stir before adding any more starch.