glitter Maleficent slime recipe

We love crafting with our kiddos.  It’s a fun way to help pass the long summer days and when you’re done, they still have something to do… win-win!  We were asked by the cute Rachel from R&R Workshop to participate in her month long Disney series.  Who doesn’t love Disney??  We are taking our kiddos to see Maleficent for family night tonight and are so excited!  They’re old enough that they won’t be too scared and are stoked to see a twist on the classic, Sleeping Beauty.  Of course we had to accompany the movie with a fun themed craft and hope you love our Maleficent glitter slime recipe!

Maleficent glitter slime recipe. Fun activity for kids after seeing the new Sleeping Beauty movie! @lollyjaneblog

The recipe is easy to make, we followed this tutorial but changed it up a smidge after trial-and-error.  Here is your list of (affiliate link) supplies:

Maleficent glitter slime recipe. Fun activity for kids after seeing the new Sleeping Beauty movie! @lollyjaneblog


  • Empty glue into bowl.
  • Fill the empty glue bottle with 1/2 tsp. water, shake, add to the glue in the bowl.
  • Add food coloring *optional
  • Add craft glitter *optional
  • In mason jar, add  1/2 c. warm water + Borax, shake well.
  • Slowly add Borax mixture to bowl and stir with a spoon until it thickens.
  • *More Borax will lead to a firmer slimer, less Borax will make it stringy.
  • *It’s fun to knead with your hands too!

Maleficent glitter slime recipe. Fun activity for kids after seeing the new Sleeping Beauty movie! @lollyjaneblog

That’s all there is to the recipe.  My 11 year old daughter made another batch of pink glitter slime just for fun, super kid friendly and easy to make.  

Glitter slime recipe, so easy and hours of FUN!

We agreed it looks like Sleeping Beauty so we put them in two mason jars and decorated the tops to keep with the theme.

Maleficent glitter slime recipe. Fun activity for kids after seeing the new Sleeping Beauty movie! @lollyjaneblog

For the Maleficent horns, just trace a shape on black scrapbook paper and cut out.  Using purple embroidery floss, wrap the floss around the ears and tape to the backside.  Then tape them to the top of the mason jar that you paint black with DecoArt’s chalky finish.  For Aurora, we added a Loopsy crown but you can make one from yellow scrapbook paper too.

Maleficent Sleeping Beauty theme with a glitter slime recipe included! SO FUN for kids!

Will you be taking a trip to Disneyland this summer?  We are planning our first family Disney trip later this fall, feel free to share any tips (; Like this kids craft?  Please pin so your friends can make it too!! (:

How to make GLITTER slime! Easy kids craft, hours of fun!!

We have LOTS more like our orange scented play dough,

Orange scented play dough by Lolly Jane

and our firecracker foam slingshots to name a couple.

Foam firecracker slingshot #kidscraft

Need more ideas? Check out our Popsicle stick boredom busters,

Summer Boredom Buster Dipped Popsicle Stick Jar via

plus even more crafts in our inspirational roundups like our 50+ easy kids crafts.

50+ easy kids crafts, great boredom busters!! via @lollyjaneblog


Lolly Jane
Meet Kelli & Kristi, twin sisters and authors of Lolly Jane. We are two busy wives + mommas who are makers of all things pretty. From signs to home decor and holiday crafts or redoing furniture in between soccer practices, we do it all all while armed with an ice cold Diet Coke. Join us in our DIY adventures! XOXO
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  • Cheryl at Snps of Ginger - Glitter slime!!! This is a definite must-do when my nieces visit.ReplyCancel

  • Emma - That is SO cute!! I’m going to have to try making that with my little sisters. Thanks for sharing!
    Emma JReplyCancel

  • Becca - This is awesome! Can’t wait to try it out. You will have so much fun at Disneyland. That is what my entire site is about.ReplyCancel

  • Loretta - So far up my daughter’s alley, it’s not even funny….She’d adore this in pink. I should whip up a batch for her birthday :)ReplyCancel

  • Rachel @ R & R Workshop - This is so fun for kids!! And who doesn’t love glitter?! Thanks for joining in the Month of Disney! You girls rock ;)ReplyCancel

    • lollyjane - Thanks for having us, Rachel! Nice to try a new kid friendly craft out and this gave us the push to do so! :) XOReplyCancel

  • Crystal - Glitter slime…love it!! Thanks so much for the idea!!ReplyCancel

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  • Tracie W - My son and I made this today- but we ran across a question. when it says to add water to the glue bottle and pour in, is that the 1/2 cup? Because it also says later to add water + borax and shake. Ours came out stringy this time (possibly because I tried to mix with my hands after the spoon wasn’t mixing anymore :)) We’re making another batch with more borax to see what happens :)ReplyCancel

    • Lolly Jane - Hi Tracie! Thanks for your patience and oops! We fixed the recipe so feel free to give it a go. So sorry! Thanks for stopping by! (: XOReplyCancel

  • Laura Turcotte - We tried this recipe-and did not come out like yours. at all! We are going to try it again soon. once I buy new glue. i think maybe that is what was wrong.ReplyCancel

    • Lolly Jane - Oh darn it, so sorry it didn’t turn out right. Hopefully the next batch will! :)
      Thanks for stopping by!ReplyCancel

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  • Emily - Soooo should i use the list or the instuctions?ReplyCancel

    • Lolly Jane - The directions are how to make it, the list is the ingredients to use to make it :) Enjoy!ReplyCancel

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