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Galaxy Slime

We like to make all kinds of slime here and this galaxy slime is no different! Kids will love making their very own galactic slime mixing these different glittered slimes. And no galaxy slime will look the same, just like real galaxies! The best part is that this slime recipe is easy – only 3 ingredients!

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Galaxy Slime

When we think of a galaxy, we think of black primarily but if you look at galaxy images you’ll see vibrant pinks, blues and purples. The colors are quite stunning and this galaxy slime is no different!

Galaxy Slime Recipe

We love how glittery each color is – and the best part is you won’t need to add much extra glitter yourself using Elmer’s glitter glue!

You’ll need to make 4 different slime batches to make this Galaxy Slime. One black glittered glue, one blue, one pink and one purple.

Slime Galaxy Colors

Each batch is quick to whip up – only 3 ingredients and uses our top recommended slime activator – contact lens solution.

Ingredients Needed to Make Galaxy Slime

Here are the ingredients you’ll need to make one of the colors (if you plan to make all 4 colors you’ll need to grab 4 of each of the ingredient amounts below).

1 Bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue (6 oz).  We used black, blue, purple and pink. Note: We have only tested this with Elmer’s glitter glue and recommend this brand as other brands may not work.

–  1 TBSP or more (up to 1 cup) water which will make your slime stretchier. This is optional.

–  Silver glitter

–  1/2 TBSP Baking Soda

– 1½ TBSP of Contact lens solution. **Important: your brand of contact lens solution must contain boric acid and sodium borate. See our full contact solution slime recipe for the brands we recommend.

Galaxy Slime Recipe

This is our favorite part of the galaxy slime – the black glitter glue slime! We added some extra silver glitter to this slime to make it look like it has stars in it. It actually looks like a galaxy with distant stars!

Black Glitter Slime

Once you have all of the colors made, you’ll need to line them up together to twist and form your “galaxy”.

Glitter Galactic Slime

Twist your slime together now to form your galaxy! Isn’t it pretty? We will note that the more you mix and play with the slime it will turn into one color. But the glitter glue and extra glitter will still make it look galaxy-worthy!

Watch the full tutorial video here before you get started!

How to Make Galaxy Slime

Now head over to our RECIPE INSTRUCTION PAGE to get the step-by-step instructions for how to make slime

Slime Recipe

Slime Safety & Precautions

Note: Making slime is a science experiment and safety precautions should still be made when creating slime. By making this slime, you agree to our site terms which you can read here.

  • Adults should handle any chemicals and products
  • Adults should make the slime
  • Always read and follow the labels of products used. If contact lens solution is accidentally ingested, seek medical attention immediately.
  • This project is not suitable for children under 4.
  • Slime should not be placed in the mouth. Always wash hands before and after playing with the slime.
  • If you notice any skin irritation, discontinue use immediately. If you have sensitive skin, wear gloves while making and playing with the slime.
  • Slime is a science experiment and should be made and played with in moderation. Do not allow children to make their own slime and do not play with slime for an extended period of time.

Want more Slime Recipes?

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Fluffy Slime

See our Unicorn Slime Recipe – one of our most popular slime recipes!

Unicorn Slime


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11 comments on “Galaxy Slime”

  1. Made the slime using crayola color glue from the Dollar Tree and added glitter, I kept the rest of the recipe the same and used Walmarts equate Saline Solution. slime came out perfect, Just a note the crayola glue was 3 ounces so I halved the recipe.

  2. Hi, my daughter wants to make slime for her school market day. We were just wondering how long this would ‘keep’ for? Does it harden or separate if made weeks in advance?

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      I wouldn’t make it weeks in advance it does start to lose its stretchiness after some time. If you can keep it air tight sealed (no air exposed to the slime) then a few days before should be fine.

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