Clear slime mixed with white and colorful slime on top; the weight of the top layer will seep down, almost like melting lava, resembling a marble-like avalanche.
A type of crunchy slime that contains more beads than slime so it’s EXTRA textural; the sounds are the best!
Bingsu is an iridescent bead that, when added to slime, makes the texture crunchy. It’s best with clear slime and butter slimes.
Butter Slime is called “butter” because the texture is spreadable, much like butter itself. It has a creamy, soft, pillowy feel. The key is the addition of air dry clay (the clay we use is especially supple; not all brands create a good butter slime). It tends to be less sticky than other slimes. Words associated with Butter: playable, holdable. It is also a favorite of adult slimers as it isn’t as sticky as some other types.
Clear slime is made with clear glue so it is typically transparent, even when color is involved (if you add a lot of pigment, the slime may seem opaque but when stretched, you will be able to see its beautiful translucent). This slime is the best for BIG bubbles, huge pops and ASMR sounds. The trick to making it is to keep everything super clean in order to maintain the most transparency possible.
Think of a super stretchy and fluffy slime that feels cottony and feathery to the touch. That’s cloud. It’s airy and known for the way it drizzles (a lot like soft serve ice cream falling down unto itself). The key ingredient is inflatable snow (we use SnoWonder). It takes time and nuance to perfect the making of a cloud - it also requires practice to learn the art achieving the perfect drizzle.
Cloud Creme is similar to cloud though it’s not as fluffy and it doesn’t offer the same drizzle impact. It feels creamy and is inflatable (the more you play with it, the bigger it grows due to the fact that air gets trapped inside of the slime). It makes gorgeous swirls and pops.
Cloud Dough is also in the Cloud Family (with Cloud and Cloud Creme), though it’s heavier than both due to the addition of air dry clay, creating a dough-like texture that is spreadable (though it’s also more dense than butter). It’s known for stretching (very good for hand and arm movements/muscles).
DIY CLAY SLIME
DIY Clay slimes come with a clay topper (often sculpted into fun shapes - sports balls, unicorns, animals, desserts, etc.). You mush the clay into the base slime, which turns the texture into one that is more buttery by nature. So a cloud will turn to a cloud dough and a thick and glossy transforms to butter as examples.
A crunchy slime with the addition of floam beads. Overnight, the beads float to the top so the first crunch is incredibly satisfying. When making the base, it’s key to have it feel a little bit stickier than other slimes in order for the beads to stay inside the slime (otherwise you get what’s known as “fall out,” which is when the floam beads fall out).
A float slime is the combination of clear slime and cloud slime, assembled with a beautiful layering effect, where the cloud slime literally looks like it’s effortlessly floating on top. It’s best to mix this one slowly so you can see the combination of textures. The resulting mix is light, fluffy, airy, stretchy, and playable.
Pronounced “icy,” it’s a clear glue-based slime with wet fake snow (SnoWonder) though not as much as you’d add to a cloud slime. The more water you add to the snow, the “wetter” the slime feels. The feeling of icee is a lot like you’d expect as it mimics the look and feel of the Italian dessert of the same name. It’s a “cousin” to jelly slime.
Making Icee is similar to making jelly (it involves clear glue, but dry fake snow -SnoWonder); it has a jelly-like feel (literally like jam).
JELLY CUBE SLIME
A slime with spongy cubes that are fun to press. Pressing it breaks down the sponge which also impacts the texture of the slime. Jelly cubes are also often used in jelly and clear slimes.
Slay is similar to butter slime but it has slightly less clay, hence the name. It is stretchy, flippable and swirlable.
Slime with plastic beads or pellets known as “slushee beads.” These beads give the slime a super crunchy feeling and sound; it’s important to use Victory Pellets (not only are they recyclable but they make for the best crunch and they stay in the slime well).
A sizzly, crunchy slime thanks to the addition of fake snow (the snow we use is made from upcycled plastic hangers). It has a sandy texture, almost similar to an exfoliator at a spa.
THICK & GLOSSY
One of the original DIY slime textures, thick and glossy is both thick and glossy. It is known for the way it pops and makes bubbles. It’s poke-worthy for ASMR sounds.