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Asian American Teen Makes $5,000 Selling Slime to Save for College

Asian American Teen Makes $5,000 Selling Slime to Save for College

August 28, 2017
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A 13-year-old girl from Virginia has been entertaining a legion of followers with slime-making, a relatively young social media trend among creatives, hobbyists and those looking for
Kaitlinh Nguyen, who calls herself a “slimer,” has made at least $5,000 by selling homemade slimes on Etsy and her own online shop, Sherbete.
Photo via Instagram / slimesherbet
Kaitlinh’s slimes sell between $6 and $12 each, and she wants to invest some of her profit to speed up the process.
Photo via Instagram / slimesherbet
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“The money from Etsy my parents want me to save for college, but I kind of just want to spend it on a stand mixer to mix my slime so it’s a lot faster,” she told 60 Second Docs.
Photo via Instagram / slimesherbet
With just over 300 posts on Instagram, Kaitlinh has managed to attract 537,000 followers and counting!
Photo via Instagram / slimesherbet
“A lot of people like my slime. They say it’s different and really out there,” she said. “I don’t know why people are buying it but I guess it’s really addicting to poke and make sounds.”
Photo via Instagram / slimesherbet
Check out her slime-making below:

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