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Cloud Slime is Fluffy Fun

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Experience the magic of cloud slime with our easy guide! Learn to make stretchy, fluffy slime at home for endless fun and creativity.

Skills Required: None. You’re mixing ingredients in a container, and no crafting skills are required for this project.

cloud slime

Whoever said that clouds only belong in the sky clearly never got their hands on some squishy, stretchable cloud slime! Today I’m excited to bring the fluffy wonder of the sky right down into your living room, or wherever you like to get crafty.

You’re going to make a type of slime that not only captures the imagination but also feels like you’re squishing a piece of cloud between your fingers (without the 30,000 feet altitude, of course).

Now, if you’re thinking this is just your run-of-the-mill slime, think again! We’re taking the slime experience up a notch with a twist. We’re adding fake snow to the mix for that extra fluffy, cloud-like texture.

And because we’re all about aesthetics here, a dash of blue food coloring will transform our slime into a mesmerizing, sky-colored concoction. It’s not just about making something gooey and stretchy; it’s about creating a slice of the sky that you can poke, prod, and stretch to your heart’s content.

This recipe uses just school glue, water, borax, and our magical ingredients: fake snow and blue food coloring.

fluffy cloud slime

Apart from being incredibly satisfying to play with, it’s the perfect project for a rainy day, a science experiment, or even a calming activity to unwind with (because who doesn’t need a bit of de-stressing these days?).

Keep scrolling if you’re eager to unleash your inner mad scientist and conjure up a batch of heavenly fluffy cloud slime that’s sure to bring a smile to your face – and maybe even stick a bit to your fingers!

Tips for Making Slime

If you’ve never made slime before, here are some great tips you might be interested in. If you don’t need them, head on down to the recipe.

Measure Ingredients Precisely

The key to perfect slime is in the details. Measuring your ingredients as accurately as possible can make the difference between slime that’s just right and a recipe that’s too sticky or too brittle.

Add Mix Ins Slowly

If you’re adding color, glitter, or other fun elements, add them slowly and mix thoroughly to see the effect. You can always add more, but you can’t take it out once it’s in there.

cloud fluffy slime

Adjust Texture as Needed

If your slime is too sticky, add a little more activator (like borax solution, liquid starch, or saline solution). If it’s too stiff, add more glue or a bit of water. Do this gradually!

Use Supplies You Don’t Mind Getting Messy

Slime can get everywhere, and while it’s usually easy to clean up, it’s best to use tools (bowls and utensils) and surfaces you’re not worried about.

Use Your Hands

Once the slime begins to form, use your hands to knead it. This helps improve the texture and mix everything evenly. Don’t be afraid to get a little messy!

Storage is Key

Keep your slime in an airtight container when not in use. This will help it last longer and prevent it from drying out.

Safety First

Always use safe, non-toxic ingredients, and if you’re crafting with younger kids, make sure they’re supervised, especially with ingredients like borax.

cloud slime recipe

Slime making is all about experimenting and having fun, so don’t be afraid to try new things and see what works best for you. Enjoy your crafting! Here’s what you’re going to need:

Gather These Supplies

  • 4 oz. bottle white school glue
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 cup warm water with 1 tsp borax dissolved in it
  • 1 Tbsp fake snow
  • Food coloring

Tips and Thoughts for This Craft

Store your slime in an airtight container or baggie. If your slime gets stiff, you can try to add a little water – lotion – hand sanitizer – or even a bit more glue to soften and reactivate it.

diy cloud slime

Get the recipe below:

Prep Time
5 minutes

Active Time
10 minutes

Total Time
15 minutes


Estimated Cost


  • 4 oz. bottle white school glue
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 cup warm water with 1 tsp borax dissolved in it
  • 1 Tbsp fake snow
  • Food coloring


Costs for this craft will vary – if you make a lot of slime like we do and buy the ingredients in bulk, it can cost pennies!

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I hope you enjoyed this fun activity! Please let me know what you think in the comments. I’d love it if you’d go check our other slime posts:

Clay • Clear • Color Changing • Crunchy • Edible • Galaxy • Laundry Detergent • Glitter • Glow in the Dark • Halloween • Play Doh • Sand • Slime Shops • Unicorn