Daiso clay is the perfect recipe for butter slime. It recently became a trend within the slime community and got so popular in such a way that every slime expert decided to include a video of them mixing their slime with Daiso clay. It’s quite soothing to watch the Daiso clay being pushed into the slime and eventually become fully incorporated to result in a silky smooth slime. Slime fanatics will tell you that there’s a sense of satisfaction achieved when you take some messy ingredients in a bowl and transform them into something so beautiful and smooth. There are different colors of Daiso clay available as well.
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Not so many slimers use plastic buttons. But when we think about it further, they make for amazing, easily accessible and affordable slime accessories. You could use buttons from clothes you don’t put on anymore or you could opt for buying a jar of buttons to use for your next slime project. Vary the sizes and colors to create even more attractive slimes. Candy buttons can create an even prettier crunchy sludge. You can use small buttons that are not so bulky, so you won’t have to worry about overwhelming the slime.
Poof balls are not so different from foam cubes. This is another easy way to make crunchy slime with a lot of texture. Try different size poofs to get the texture you want. Since they are light, stretching the slime will still be able to hold them in place without weighing your concoction down. Vary the colors of the balls to make it even more appealing to the eyes. Be sure to start with less poof balls than what you need and then keep adding them in because it will be very difficult to remove them later.