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Every Christmas tree needs a Unicorn Christmas Tree Ornament! Add a little glam to your Christmas tree with this fun and easy unicorn ornament tutorial.
Well, I had to do it. I had to make unicorn ornaments. If you’ve been following along you know that I’m kind of obsessed with unicorns. We’ve made unicorns mugs, unicorn bookmarks, unicorn erasers and so many other fun unicorn crafts that it was just a matter of time.
So, let’s get started on this fun tutorial. It’s going to be a quick and easy craft project today because I know we are all busy.
Supplies needed to make a Unicorn Christmas Tree Ornament
- Wood Slices (mine were already painted white)
- Paper Flowers
- White feather boa
- Black Vinyl
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut Cutting Mat
- Black and Pink Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- Gold Glitter Foam Sheet
- Jute Rope
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- FREE Unicorn Eyes Cut File
Don’t be intimidated by that last of supplies. You can make a lot of unicorn ornaments with all of those materials. And, don’t worry if you don’t have a Cricut. Use black and pink sharpies to draw the eyes and stars.
I also recommend using unicorn scissors to make these fabulous unicorn ornaments.
Step 1: Glue a small piece of the white feather boa to the top of the wood slice. I measured mine to about 5 inches long.
Step 2: Cut out the horns from the gold glitter foam sheet. Glue to the back of the wood slice.
Step 3: Glue two piece of jute rope to the back of the wood slice and tie in a knot.
Step 4: Glue three paper flowers to the top of the wood slice.
Step 5: Cut the unicorn eyes and stars using this FREE SVG Cut File. Transfer onto the wood slice using the transfer tape.
That’s it! Only 5 steps and you have these gorgeous unicorn ornaments for your Christmas tree.
I must admit – these turned out better than I even thought they would. I mean, I knew they would be cute because they’re unicorns but I just love them so much.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab a few of your besties and a few bottles of wine and have fun making Unicorn Christmas Tree Ornaments together.
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