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Making slime with Poopsie Sparkly Critters

Poopsie Sparkly Critters from Poopsie Slime Surprise

I’ve mentioned a few times that my daughter just loves slime. Yesterday we went to our local Hobbycraft to make slime and picked up some more supplies to make it at home. She loves playing with it and it’s fun to see how many different ways we can make it all year round! We were kindly gifted two of the new Poopsie Sparkly Critters from Poopsie Slime Surprise. We have reviewed the Poopsie Poop Pack and the Poopsie Surprise Unicorn, both of which are loads of fun for kids.

Poopsie Sparkly Critters

The Poopsie Surprise range has grown again with the addition of the Poopsie Cutie Tooties Surprise and the Poopsie Sparkly Critters. We were sent two of the Poopsie Sparkly Critters which I was delighted to bring out for the kids over half term. They are a magical slime surprise that spit or poop slime.

Bamboo the Panda (Turdz of Paradise) and Singe the Dragon (Junk Fooodie Doodies

The Sparkly Critters come in a tube which are easy to open. Simply pop open the sparkly soda can and spin to unbox many magical surprises. Each can contains one Sparkly Critters, there are 15 Sparkly Critters to collect, as well as a drinks can, spoon, dummy, and packets of glitter to add to your slime.

We unboxed Bamboo the Panda (Turdz of Paradise) and Singe the Dragon (Junk Fooodie Doodies). The children were able to follow the instructions to make the slime themselves. You can feed them water from their unique drinks can to find out if they spit or poop slime.

Sparkly Critters

Then leave the slime for 15 minutes to thicken, before adding the packets of Unicorn Magic to create amazing slime. My children loved the drinks can and crisp packets! For some reason they decided to mix the slime and powder in the soda can containers. I wouldn’t recommend it! They also didn’t follow the instructions about only adding in a little powder or glitter at a time. It went everywhere as the amount of slime they made was quite small. We had sparkles and glitter everywhere!


You can keep the slime in the unique bag and play with it again and again.

The Poopsie Slime Surprise is recommended for children aged 6 and over. It costs around £14.99 and is available from all good toy retailers including Smyths, The Entertainer and Amazon.


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    michelle twin mum
    February 23, 2019 at 9:03 pm

    Lol, mine never want to follow the instructions either, it drives me crazy. I think they’d enjoy these though. Mich x

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    Rebecca | AAUBlog
    February 24, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    this looks so fun! My daughter would love these and the price is pretty reasonable 🙂

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