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I got slimed while writing this review of Slime Balz from Flora Craft
The Slime Ballz used in this review were provided by FloraCraft.
One of the fun craft supplies I was able to bring home from SNAP was a bag of Slime Ballz from FloraCraft. I just knew my 9 year old girls would love to make slime with it!
You can find the Slime Ballz on Amazon, HERE. There is enough in each package for 2 batches of slime, and the instructions for making the slime are on the back of the package.
So the other day we got all the supplies together and made some slime with Slime Ballz!
The girls had a great time making the slime, they even made it in colors. Vada made hers green, and Kyla made hers purple.
If you would like to see a fun video on making the slime, you can find it HERE.
I was quite happy with the Slime Ballz. They did not get smashed out of shape while the slime was being made, and after a few days of play, they still are all in ball shape, not little flat circles to be found. They add a fun texture to the slime making it different from all the other slime out there. I would say you could probably get 3 batches of slime out of one package of balls if you wanted a little less texture. I think this would make a fun activity for kid’s playdates or sleepovers, as it really isn’t messy, but is tons of fun!
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And here is what the girls have to say about the Slime Ballz:
Vada: The slime is so fun. The slime is better with the little balls because it makes it have really fun texture!
Kyla: I really like the balls in the slime because it makes it all squishy and it feels fun. It also looks pretty nice with them.
So go forth and get slimy, my friends!
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