Sparkly Silly Putty - Paging Fun Mums
November 27, 2020

Sparkly Silly Putty

Love potion silly putty

This sparkly silly putty is an amazing recipe that will be sure to engage, delight and indulge the most inquisitive minds! It’s a FUN mix of science and play, with a little LOVE thrown in the mix! Perfect to help celebrate Valentine’s Day.

We used the same recipe as used for our Frozen Silly Putty found here

To make your own you will need:

  • 1 bottle of Clear School Glue (147ml)
  • The same amount of water (147 ml)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of Borax (I bought mine from my local hardware store in the cleaning section for $8)
  • 1/2 cup hot water
  • A few sprinkles of silver glitter
  •  love heart sequins for extra bling

Step 1

Pour your glue into a bowl

Step 2

Fill the same bottle with water and add to the glue

Step 3

Stir until well combined

Step 4

Add a few sprinkles of the glitter & sequins & give it another good stir

Step 5

In a separate cup, add 1/2 cup of hot water

Step 6

Add 1/2 a teaspoon of the Borax to the water and stir until dissolved

Step 7

Pour this solution into your original bowl with the glue and water

Step 8

This is the best part! Stir and watch the magic happen! Doesn’t it look cool! It may take you a few minutes to make sure it’s all combined properly

Step 9

Enjoy this fun, sensory activity!

Sparkly Silly Putty

We think this would make a great Valentine’s Day activity OR just a fun and sparkly activity to brighten your child’s day. Sensory play and exploration at it’s best.

You might also enjoy all our other Valentine’s Day activities here.

Louise x

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