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Princess Slime

We have made a lot of themed slime – and this princess slime is one of our favorites! We will show you how to make slime inspired by all of your favorite princesses: Belle, Ariel, Cinderella and Elsa. These 4 different types of slime all have a similar recipe, but with a few small variations to make each princess slime unique. These would be perfect to make with your princess fan or even for a princess party!

RELATED: Mermaid Slime

Princess Slime

From Ariel to Belle slime, you are sure to find a favorite among these 4 options. These would make perfect party favors and would look great in a clear container. Make some to play with while you have a princess movie night at home or just as a fun rainy day activity!

Here are the 4 Princess Slimes You Can Make: 

Belle Slime

Disney Princess Belle Slime

Princess Slime - Belle

Here are the ingredients you need to make the Belle slime: 

To make the slime, follow the step-by-step directions at the bottom of the post.

Ariel Slime

Ariel Slime

Mermaid Slime - Ariel

Here are the ingredients you need to make the Ariel slime: 

To make the slime, follow the step-by-step directions at the bottom of the post.

Cinderella Slime

Disney Princess Slime

Here are the ingredients you need to make the Cinderella Slime:

To make the slime, follow the step-by-step directions at the bottom of the post.

Frozen Slime – Elsa Slime

Frozen Slime


Elsa Slime

Here are the ingredients you need to make Elsa Slime: 

Safety Tips: Adults only should make the slime and handle all chemicals. Do not substitute any ingredients in our slime recipes. If you have sensitive skin, wear gloves while playing with the slime. Always wash hands before and after use.  If you notice any skin irritation discontinue use immediately. See the bottom of the post for more safety precautions.

Watch the full video tutorial here before you get started!

Steps To Make Princess Slime

Follow these steps to make the Belle, Ariel, Cinderella and Elsa Princess Slimes. 

1. Get a bowl to mix your slime ingredients in.

2. Pour 6 ounces of of glue (see above for what type of glue you need depending on what princess slime you want to make) into the bowl.

3. Add 2 teaspoons of baking soda and mix well. Add 2 tablespoons of water and mix well.

Note: For the Elsa slime, mix your baking soda first in the water until the baking soda dissolves. Then slowly add to your glue and mix slowly. We did this since using clear glue can cause a lot of bubbles in the slime and the baking soda can make it cloudy.

4. Add in your glitter.

Here are the types of glitter you’ll need by princess: 

Belle – Gold Glitter

Ariel – Green chunky glitter – we used this chunky green glitter

Cinderella – no extra glitter

Elsa – Iridescent glitter – we used this kind of chunky glitter and iridescent flakes of glitter. And you can sprinkle some extra snowflake confetti on top.

5. Slowly add the 1.5 tablespoons of contact solution and mix until it starts to form into slime. You don’t want to add too much or your slime will become too hard.

6. Knead the slime until it is not sticky. Keep kneading for at least 5-10 minutes. If you still find it too sticky, add a little baby lotion to your hands. You can add a few more teaspoons of contact solution but do this slowly or your slime may become too hard. We always recommend playing and kneading the slime as much as you can before adding more contact solution.

7. For extra decoration, add some pearl and clear gems to the Cinderella slime and some shells to your mermaid slime.

We hope you love how these princess slimes turned out! Which one is your favorite?

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.

More Slime Recipes

See our glittery Unicorn Slime – this is so fun and easy to make!

Unicorn Slime Recipe

See how to make Fluffy Slime which has a different texture and is fun to play with!

Fluffy Slime

Finally, see our mermaid slime which is done a little differently than the Ariel slime.

Mermaid Slime Craft

And instead of slime, try making our classic homemade playdough. It’s so soft and lasts for months!

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