Try out these Harley Quinn and Joker slime recipes. If you are a DC Universe fan and love Harley and Mister J, these two jars of slime look adorable on a shelf sitting side by side. The slime inside will provide hours of slimy glittery fun.
Here’s the tutorial video
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DIY Harley Quinn and Joker Slime Recipe
MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED
To make the Joker and Harley Quinn custom jars you will need
Joker and Harley toy figures
12 ounce glass jars
red acrylic paint
black acrylic paint
lime green acrylic paint
mod podge is optional
glue gun and glue sticks
To decorate the slime you will need
red and purple food coloring
red and purple glitter
red and black craft foam
Plastic H beads
Plastic A beads
a diamond shaped paper punch is optional
you can also just use a pair of scissors
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Harley Quinn jar lid:
Cover the entire lid with red acrylic paint and let it dry completely. Draw out a diamond shape with a black marker, and fill it in with black paint and let that dry completely again. You can stop decorating your jar here or you can go one extra step and add a Harley Quinn figure to the top. Heat up your glue gun and glue the figure in the center of the diamond. And now the jar is ready to store some Harley Quinn slime.
Use red and black craft foam to make diamond shaped confetti. You can use a diamond shaped paper punch, or you can use scissors to cut your confetti. Set the confetti aside to add to your slime later.
Harley Quinn slime:
Empty a 5 ounce bottle of clear glue into a medium sized bowl. Add a spoonful of red glitter to the glue and stir thoroughly. Add one drop of red food coloring. One drop is plenty to achieve the color you want. Make sure to stir well to mix the color evenly. Now it’s time to add the diamond confetti that you made earlier. The final two ingredients is one quarter cup of water and one third of a cup of liquid starch. Stir the mixture really well until it begins to stick together and become slime.
Once the mixture has become a nice ball of slime, you can use your stir stick to transfer it to the decorated jar. Now your Harley Quinn slime is ready to play with or to give as a gift.
Joker slime jar lid:
Paint the lid a light lime green color. It might take two coats to get full coverage. Make sure to let the paint dry in between coats. Once your green lid is completely dry, it’s time to add some decoration with a purple marker. Draw on various sizes of Ha Ha Ha. Sealing the top of the lid with a coat of Mod Podge is an optional step. Let it dry completely before continuing. As before, you can stop decorating your jar here or you can go one extra step and add a Joker figure to the top. Heat up your glue gun and glue the figure in the center off to the side of the lettering. Now your jar is ready to store some Joker slime.
Empty a 5-ounce container of clear glue into a medium sized bowl. Add one-quarter cup of water and a drop of purple food coloring. Stir well to ensure the color is mixed evenly. Now it is time to add the letter H beads and the letter A beads and a spoonful of purple glitter if you like. (I suggest you leave out the beads if you are making this slime for a really young child as they could represent a choking hazard.) Then add one third of a cup of liquid starch and stir the mixture really well until it begins to stick together and become slime.
Once the mixture has become a nice ball of slime, you can use your stir stick to transfer it to the decorated jar. Now your Joker slime is ready to play with.
Thanks for crafting with me. If you make my Harley Quinn or Joker Slime recipe or any other comic book-inspired craft leave me a comment and let me know, or tag a photo on Twitter or Instagram #craftymcfangirl. I’d love to see what you do!
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