If you have tried some of our other slime recipes then you know we love to make slime here! And slime can be a great non-candy gift idea for Valentine’s Day. Kids can have fun helping you to make the slime and printing off these cute slime gift tags “Happy Valen-slime Day”. This Valentine Slime will make a great gift this Valentine’s Day!

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Pink & Red Valentine Slime

Watch the full tutorial video here before you get started!

You can grab the free Valentine Slime gift tags at the bottom of this post. We included 2 colors to choose from – pink and red so you can decide which color slime you’d want to make. Or you can make both! We also included a slime safety tag to glue to the back of the tags. This is important if you want to hand these out to other kids as not everyone is aware of slime safety.

Here is what the safety tip tag says:  Slime Safety Tips! This is homemade slime made with love using glue, baking soda and contact lens solution. If you are sensitive to these ingredients, please do not use. Slime is not to be placed in the mouth and you should wash your hands after use. Adult supervision is recommended. 

Grab the free printable tags and slime safety tag by subscribing to our mailing list at the bottom of this post.

Valentine Slime

Ingredients Needed to Make Valentine Slime

1 Bottle of Elmer’s Glitter Glue (6 oz).  We used red 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.

–  Red & Pink 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.

To Make the Slime Jars You’ll Need:

Small Mason Jars

Cardstock for printing the gift tags (grab the gift tags at the bottom of this post)

Red & White Twine

Valentines Day Slime

Directions to Make Valentine Slime

We made two glitter glue slimes – this was the red slime.

Red Valentine Slime

And this is the pink slime.

Pink Valentine Slime

Once you have both slimes made, you can fill your small mason jars. Depending on your size of jars you should be able to get 2-3 jars with one batch/recipe. We filled 2 small mason jars with one batch.

Jars for Valentine Slime

Now add your gift tags with a little bit of twine wrapped around the jar!

Add Gift Tags to Valentine Jars

Now head over to our FULL RECIPE PAGE to get the step-by-step instructions HERE.

Slime Recipe

Adult supervision is recommended and slime should never be placed in the mouth. Adults should make the slime. See the full recipe for more slime safety tips.

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More Slime Recipes

For more slime fun, see our Unicorn Slime Recipe.

Unicorn Slime

If you haven’t tried fluffy slime, you can make Valentine fluffy slime instead.

Fluffy Slime

And for a different slime texture our butter slime is stretchy and fun to make!

Butter Slime Recipe