8 DIY Witches’ Brew And Potion Slime Recipes

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Playing with slime is a sensory play activity, which allows children to utilize and understand all five senses. When several senses are stimulated at once, children build their creativity and learning through exploration. Sensory play also encourages the development of fine motor skills and coordination. As there’s just a moth left before Halloween, it’s high time to make some Halloween slime! We’ve already shared some Halloween slime recipes for smaller kids and today we’ll have a special edition – DIY witches’ brew and potion slime! Wanna see them all to choose how to excite your kids? Scroll down!

We are starting from Witches’ Brew slime favors, which are an amazing idea for a kids’ Halloween party. This is sheer green slime filled with bats and spiders of plastic, and you’ll need some cups to serve it. I’m sure that the kids will have a lot of fun with this slime and they will be busy during the party. Let them have fun!

DIY green witches' brew slime favors (via mamapapabubba.com)

DIY green witches' brew slime favors (via mamapapabubba.com)

This witches’ slime has several advantages: it’s colorful, stretchy and spooky – the perfect 3-ingredient contact solution slime recipe for kids! The slime is sheer, it includes tiny bats and oversized human eyeballs, and it can be used not only as slime for kids but also as a Halloween decoration – place the slime into some cauldron and use it as a centerpiece!

DIY neon purple witches' brew slime with bats and eyeballs (via sugarspiceandglitter.com)

DIY neon purple witches' brew slime with bats and eyeballs (via sugarspiceandglitter.com)

This cute and fun Halloween slime is very fluffy and soft, it’s not sheer but still. This witches’ brew slime is done in a beautiful lavender shade, with spiders to spruce it up, though you may use any other plastic toys and figurines to make the slime bolder and spookier. Read the tutorial and surprise your kids with this fluffy slime!

DIY lavender fluffy witches' brew slime with spiders (via littlebinsforlittlehands.com)

DIY lavender fluffy witches' brew slime with spiders (via littlebinsforlittlehands.com)

This green and lavender witches’ brew slime can be used not only by kids but also by adults to decorate the space. Its soft texture, fluffiness make it special, and you may add a bolder touch to the slime just sprucing it up with plastic toy and figurines – bats, spiders, spiderwebs and other stuff of that kind.

DIY purple and green witches' brew slime (via sincerelyjean.com)

DIY purple and green witches' brew slime (via sincerelyjean.com)

This bold yellow slime is spruced up with black water beads to make it more Halloween-like. The bold neon slime can be placed into cauldrons to make kids and adults happy – use these cauldrons throughout the house during the party to decorate the house for Halloween. Get inspired!

DIY neon yellow witches' brew slime with black water beads (via thetiptoefairy.com)

DIY neon yellow witches' brew slime with black water beads (via thetiptoefairy.com)

I’m totally in love with this bright Halloween slime! It’s super bold and includes two bright colors – green and purple and lots of googly eyes of various looks and sizes. It’s made using ready slime but you may find a recipe to make it proper without any ready elements but using glue or shaving cream. Read up and go ahead!

DIY emerald and purple witches' brew slime with eyeballs (via thesoccermomblog.com)

DIY emerald and purple witches' brew slime with eyeballs (via thesoccermomblog.com)

What do I love about this slime? Its pretty neon green color with sparkles! It looks very Halloween-like and plastic spiders, eyes and rhinestones make the slime glam and very scary. Put as many elements as you like to make the slime even spookier! Place the whole thing into a cauldron and voila – your kids will be super happy!

DIY sheer green slime with plastic figurines (via kidfriendlythingstodo.com)

DIY sheer green slime with plastic figurines (via kidfriendlythingstodo.com)

This isn’t your usual slime, it’s oobleck! Oobleck is a mixture of cornstarch and water, and these two ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen cupboards! You can also add some food coloring to it to make it bolder and attract kids to it. this recipe will tell you how to make some oobleck and you may give it any Halloween color you like, then add plastic spiders and eyes to match the holiday, your kids will be happy!

DIY oobleck slime with eyeballs and spiders (via www.thebestideasforkids.com)

DIY oobleck slime with eyeballs and spiders (via www.thebestideasforkids.com)