6 Adorable Unicorn Crafts To Celebrate Your Inner Unicorn

As it's National Unicorn Day, I wanted to do something to celebrate! What better way to embrace your inner unicorn than to get creative and make some adorable crafts! I'm sharing a few ideas from other awesome bloggers today, I'm sure something will catch your eye and inspire you! I mean, who doesn't love unicorns?

Unicorn Horn // Unicorn Planter // Paper Plate Unicorn // 
Toilet Roll Tube Unicorn Marionette // Unicorn Poop // Unicorn Poop Cupcakes

These Unicorn Horns from Little Hearts, Big Love  are so freaking pretty! I absolutely love the idea, it's so creative! What makes this tutorial even more exciting is that there's an idea for grown ups, and a slightly more simple (but equally as cute) idea for little ones too - so everyone can get involved and make their own!

I really love how beautiful these Unicorn Succulent Planters are from Red Ted Art. They're so cute! Considering how detailed and expensive they look, the tutorial looks surprisingly easy. I so want to make some myself!

If you are looking for a craft to do with a younger child, how about this super sweet Unicorn Paper Plates from Glued To My Crafts? Paper plates are so fun to make with, and this unicorn looks so cute. The perfect way to spend the afternoon with your little ones, this National Unicorn Day!

Marionette's are so fun, but I never thought about making our own! This Unicorn Marionette from Red Ted Art is made from toilet roll tubes, and it looks so sweet and effective! A great excuse to raid the recycling box too. 

This Unicorn Poop Gift Idea from The Inspiration Edit looks so vibrant and pretty! Would make such an adorable gift for any Unicorn fan, they look a lot of fun to make & not too difficult for children either!

I love this Unicorn Poop Cupcake idea from The Gingerbread House! We do love cupcakes, and these look so freaking yummy! So sparkly and colourful! I really love how simple they are, easy enough to whip up a batch and decorate (Then eat them all in one sitting) YUM!

How are you celebrating National Unicorn Day?

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