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DON'T FEED THE UNICORNS BUTTER SLIME

$19.99
12 in stock
Curbside Pickup Available or home delivery on in-town orders*

Recommended for ages 6 years to adult

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could visit Unicorns anytime we want? Well, now you can with this Slime! Don’t Feed the Unicorns is such a visually fun Slime to look at and play with. It’s encrusted in Unicorn sprinkles, Unicorn skin glitter, holographic stars and even includes 2 fun charms! It’s also scented like cotton candy bubblegum and has the most airy, whipped Butter Slime texture ever. (No unicorns were harmed in the making of this Slime.)

Kawaii Slime Company keeps adding new, high-quality, sensory Slime products. The products are ideal for the young and young at heart. Fantastic surprises await in each package. This slime is a great stress reliever and brings lots of joy and entertainment.

 

  • Don't Feed the Unicorns Butter Slime from Kawaii Slime Company is a super soft and buttery slime filled with sprinkles, glitter, holographic stars and smells like cotton candy bubblegum. Includes 2 fun charms!
  • Every 8-ounce package of Kawaii Slime is handcrafted in the USA using high-quality ingredients and packed with love 1 week before shipping to our store.
  • To enjoy your Slime:
    • Clean a hard, non-porous surface.
    • Wash your hands with soap and water.
    • Pull your Slime out of the container and have FUN!
  • Slime is best stored in a cool environment and away from direct sunlight.
  • Slime is an expendable product and not recommended to keep beyond 2 to 6 months.
  • Not suitable for children under age 3 years due to small parts – not edible!
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