Have you ever had a pleasing reaction to something but were unable to articulate how it makes you feel because it makes absolutely no sense? For example, I love the smell of freshly opened tennis balls. I am fully aware that the smell shouldn’t be great, it’s hardly enticing on paper. If I had to describe it, I’d say it’s a musky, muddy, petroleum, rubbery odor. Sounds great, huh? Interestingly, there is a fraction of the population who, like me, loves this smell.
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Nail art supplies can make excellent add ins for slime. The same style used in nail art can be incorporated in the decoration of slime. Nail art crystals of different shapes, whether squared, oval, triangular or circular in 3D can be included in the creation of slime as well. Nail art crystals can also be mixed with slime but be careful that they are not too sharp to poke into your hands while squishing it.
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.