Unicorns have been all the rage lately and kids everywhere seem to really love them. I know I do too, I think they are super pretty! One thing you must know though, is I am not very crafty. I’ve said it multiple times in multiple posts before but to be clear – it’s still very true. I would love to be crafty but I don’t think I have the patience for it. I see so many other bloggers use their Cricut Air Explore 2 to create such fun designs and I wish I could be like them, but I’m not. However, I still try my best to make these easy crafts and make something out of nothing. I had a vision in my head of how I wanted it to turn out but I wasn’t 100% sure I’d be able to pull it off. Well, I’m happy to say my exact vision worked out – really well!I am so proud of how this little gem turned out. Ava also loves it and was really eager to display it proudly in her room, which made me feel really good about my not so crafty-self actually accomplishing this!
- Styrofoam Wreath
- Fabric/Silk Flowers
- Glitter Cardstock Paper (I used black, yellow, pink and white) I got mine, here.
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue
- Tacky Craft Glue
For the unicorn I used a Styrofoam wreath, I covered it with lace, going around the whole wreath and hot glued it at the back.Once that was done I hot glued on the three flowers I chose (purple, peach and teal) putting a quick dollop on the back of each it went really quick.
Once the flowers were dry it was time to try to tackle the horn.