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Cool Slime Recipe: Beating Heart (Circulatory System)

Blow their minds with this cool slime recipe that resembles the circulatory system. Manipulate this liquid starch slime and watch it mimic veins, blood and a beating heart! This is one slime you won’t soon forget!

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!If your kids are anything like mine, they love playing with slime! My 10 year old is always looking for new cool slime recipes to switch things up. Thinking outside the box certainly makes for more engaged and exciting play. He especially loves anything gross that resembles something in the human body like snot or blood so this circulatory system slime is right up his alley!

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

How to Make Liquid Starch Slime

There are so many different ways to make slime. We’ve always made our slime without borax and instead opted for liquid starch slime. Not only is it considered safer, it eliminates the need for water. Skipping that step makes it easier to get the right consistency.

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

To make this cool slime recipe you’ll need:

 

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

Liquid Starch Slime Recipe

  • 8 oz. white glue
  • 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup liquid starch (depending upon how sticky/stretchy you want your slime)
  • One to two tablespoons acrylic paint

Stir together all ingredients until the right consistency so that it doesn’t stick to your hands and has a stretchy flow that slowly falls if you hold it out. If it is too sticky add more starch. If it is lacking stretch, add more glue. This recipe yields one cup of slime.Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

For this beating heart slime, you’ll want equal amounts of red, purple and blue slime but approximately 1/3 that amount of black. The black slime is an accent and you don’t want it to over power the other colors. Mixing the slime can be a lot of fun when working with such vibrant colors!

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

When we first started making slime in my house we stuck mostly to one color. I always let them choose their own and they enjoyed using different combinations of food dye to try and get the right shade.  But using paint to color your slime makes it much easier to achieve the desired color you want, especially with difficult colors like red and black.

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

When all of your colors have been mixed to the right consistency, you’ll want to lay your colors out in an alternating striped pattern, using a extra thin strip of black slime over the red slime.Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

When you pick up your slime you’ll want to be careful not to overwork the colors together right away. The goal is to play with the slime and in doing so, slowly mix the colors.

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

Isn’t this color combination amazing? It looks so much like a blue vein with blood. You could even call this “inside out” slime!

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

As you continue to manipulate the slime, you can create fun shapes like a real heart. Isn’t this a cool slime recipe, just like I promised?

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

As you play with your slime, the colors will change and you’ll find the deeper purple with spots of red and blue coming through to look more and more like a beating heart.

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

I hope you’ll discover this circulatory slime to be a great addition to your collection of cool slime recipes. It is certainly a fun one to play with and goes beyond the traditional slime recipes you’ll find online!

 

Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!
Try something new with Beating Heart slime! This cool slime recipe uses liquid starch and mimics the circulatory system, making it extra fun to play with and manipulate. You'll definitely want to add this to your collection of cool slime recipes!

 

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