Video by @craftyslimecreator An old toy turned into a new passion for 16-year-old Alyssa Jagan (@craftyslimecreator). After seeing lots of slime DIYs pop up on social media, Alyssa, who lives in Toronto, realized she had all the necessary supplies to make her own. “I’ve been making slime and goo with my mom ever since I was little,” she says. “Slime became really pretty and visually pleasing in 2017. In the past, it didn’t look as nice, but now slime can be made in a variety of colors, scents and textures!” Inspiration for new varieties comes from different parts of Alyssa’s life. “I like to wander around craft stores and pick up different products to see which will work in slime. I am also inspired by other ‘slimers’ in the community,” she says. “I am currently obsessed with ‘Stranger Things,’ so I will probably make some ‘Stranger Things’-themed slimes.” Watch our story to see more, and follow along on #IGYearInReview as we reflect on the most memorable Instagram trends of 2017.

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Love it


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Это прикольно и очень классно я не думаю что так возможно вообще меня зовут Настя мне восемь лет отправляю тебе сейчас сообщение в Instagram я очень люблю сидеть в Instagram потом я буду смотреть каждый ваши фото и буду или видео и буду всегда лайкать пока


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me seguem


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Slime perfect hermoso


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I'm literally repeatedly watching this...


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Over and over...


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It never stops...


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I love stranger things


2018.01.16. 15:02
О слайм


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2018.01.16. 18:39
Apik @affiami_


2018.01.16. 19:13
jag älskar ditt slime det är så bra!!!


2018.01.16. 20:07
Lo quieroooo♥♥♥


2018.01.16. 20:30
Does it make the rude noises? 😂🙄


2018.01.16. 21:33
I love your slime


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2018.01.17. 03:20
The noise is so relaxing 😌💕


2018.01.17. 15:12
I don't get it but it sounds like popcorn popping LOL oh well


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omg cool


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2018.01.17. 18:19
😂😂. Can anybody tell me what logers cake is accept from martin bevan


2018.01.17. 22:45
Ahmad jhnks Ikhsan Fhathur


2018.01.18. 03:12
@raniptrireumi_ mana punyamu?


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