This beautiful white glue-based slime is both simple and satisfying to make. Gelato / Fondant / Cream Cheese slimes are fun craft recipes for those who love to feel things and play with their hands, for those who love ASMR videos, or even for those who want a distraction from stress. White glue-based slimes are great for adding subtle textures to slime like this one with soft clay.
While I have called this recipe Gelato / Fondant slime, a lot of people refer to this as Cream Cheese slime for its texture and spread.
- mixing bowl
- spoon and/or spatula
- white glue (100 ml)
- warm water (25-50 ml)
- white lotion (1-2 tbsp.)
- food colouring (optional; I used none for my slime)
- borax mix (1-2 tsp.; mix 1 tbsp. of borax into 1 cup of boiling water and stir until clear)
- Vaseline (optional; one finger-tip-sized dollop)
- Daiso clay (1 pack)
- pour white glue into mixing bowl, add warm water, and mix thoroughly;
- add lotion and mix thoroughly;
- add borax mixture, but do not add to much since it will make your slime hard and not stretchy;
- add more lotion and begin to knead out stringy parts of slime with your hands;
- add Vaseline (optional) and continue kneading (knead for 2-5 minutes total);
- place slime into mixing bowl or on a hard, clean surface and add soft clay (while I like to do this in segments, a lot of people find it most satisfying to add the entire piece of clay at once);
- play with your new slime!
- at each step, always mix thoroughly (especially before adding borax mixture)
- only add more borax mixture if absolutely necessary (1-2 tsps. per time)
- stretch your slime and wrap it around itself to give it that gelato look