If you know anything about me, you probably know I am a huge Marvel fan. I was so excited to see Captain Marvel in theaters, and introduce my daughters to her. They now, just like their mama, love Carol Danvers (how could you not?) so they have been begging for crafts themed around her.
If you haven’t read my article where I discuss the MCU changes from the Captain Marvel comic books, you should check it out and see why we love her so much.
Skrull Shape-Shifter Slime Easy DIY Recipe
Probably my all time favorite thing about Captain Marvel, was the introduction of the Skrulls! These guys are amazing because they can shape-shift in to anything and anyone they want. You never know who is who, and who to trust.
This is the set up of Secret Invasion in the Marvel Comics and I truly hope we see this story come to the big screen eventually. And I think we will. Because they are my favorite alien species in all things Marvel, I themed my slime around them! This Skrull Shape-Shifter Slime is easy – and will only take a few minutes! Kids are sure to love it.
- 1/2 cup clear glue
- 1/2 cup water
- Neon green food color
- 1/4 cup of liquid starch
- chunky glitter (optional)
This slime is really easy to make, and kids can play with it immediately. It should take you only a couple of minutes. My girls LOVE slime, as do most kids. This is a great weekend activity, and a fun way to celebrate the release of Captain Marvel!
This recipe makes approximately a cup and a half of slime.
Mix 1/2 cup of clear glue with 1/2 cup of water in a bowl.
Add a few drops of neon green food color and mix well.
Slowly stir in 1/4 cup of liquid starch. You will notice the slime will immediately start to form.
Add additional starch (if needed) until no liquid remains. Optional: Add chunky glitter to slime and knead.
My friend Amy at As the Bunny Hops has tons of amazing themed slime recipes – so if your kids love slime like mine do, be sure to check them out!