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Easy Slime My Little Pony Edition

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You can absolutely make My Little Pony slime! Follow along with these directions to make this super simple slime recipe that is easy to make, won’t dye your hands, and is tons of fun to play with! It’s one of our favorite slime recipes!

Make the kiddos happy with this super fun slime that will let all pony lovers have fun!

You can absolutely make My Little Pony slime! Follow along with these directions to make this super simple slime recipe that is easy to make, won't dye your hands, and is tons of fun to play with!

How to Make My Little Pony Slime

Follow along with these directions to learn how to make My Little Pony slime! But first, make sure you have everything you need to get started.

We absolutely love slime with fun themes. You might also love to try making mermaid slime, Tinkerbell slime, or LOL Doll slime!

This My Little Pony slime is so much fun for kids who love the pony life! The recipe is straightforward and easy and you can't mess it up!

What You Need to Make My Little Pony Slime

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Ingredients to Make Slime

Make It a Slime Science Activity!

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My Little Pony Slime Directions

Here is how to make My Little Pony slime!

A fun variation on this slime recipe would be to make a unique color for each major My Little Pony Character.

Try:

  • Blue for Rainbow Dash
  • Purple for Twilight Sparkle
  • Pink for Pinkie Pie
  • Orange for Apple Jack
  • White for Rarity
  • Yellow for Fluttershy

First, mix your glue and soap coloring. I used yellow for ours, but you can use pink, purple, white, light blue, whatever speaks to you!

After adding your color, add your laundry starch to your glue. I used to use a 1-1 ratio of glue to laundry starch, but now, I do it by feel.

If you are new to slime, you can read the slime troubleshooting guide to check out what slime should look like and how to fix common errors without having to throw it away and start over.

The texture of slime that you want is smooth, stretchy, and not sticky. If little bits are sticking to your hands, then you need to add more starch.

If the slime is hard to stretch, you need more glue. However, it’s rare for laundry starch to create a slime that is too stiff, which is why I prefer it over borax slime.

Once the slime is right, add your pony figures and play!

The only thing you have to be careful of with My Little Pony slime is that you don’t leave slime on the figures when you’re done playing. If you do, the slime may dry and be harder to get off.

How Long Does Slime Last?

If you store your slime in an airtight container, it can last for several weeks. Over time, your slime will get more sticky. When that happens, you can add in a bit more laundry starch to thicken it up again.

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