Hi there and welcome back!
It’s been a busy couple of months around here. I went to a craft show event in North East MD called Unicorn Quest; it was a mystical themed event where you could find a lot of unicorn items, mermaids, fairies, and trolls. There were quite a few people dressed up as mermaids and unicorns; lots of food, music, and events for the kids and an actual quest where you win prizes.
While getting ready for the event I looked at Pinterest, watched YouTube and just came up with some fun ideas for the event. I crammed for the event and managed to get quite a bit done the week of the show. One of those things was a unicorn picture frame. I saw a lot of different ideas on how to do it but decided to just wing it and make it my own and today i’m sharing it with you.
What you will need:
- Acrylic paint and paint brush
- Wood picture frame
- Fun foam – for the horn
- Felt – for the ears
- stickers or silk flowers (tulle is optional)
Paint the picture frame front and back; it may take more than one coat so be sure to let each coat dry before applying the second.
After the paint is completely dry cut two ears from felt. For the center of the ears you can either color it in with a sharpie or cut coordinating felt for the inside of the ears; both work. I chose felt for this one.
Cut the horn from the fun foam. I chose to use one that was already glittered, however, you can use a plain one and add the glitter yourself. I didn’t have a pattern, so I just winged it.
After adding the ears and horn, you are now ready to add the flowers. There are a lot of different paper flower choices; I got mine from the dollar store. You can also use silk, it depends on whats available to you and your preference. For this project I chose stickers which I added hot glue to. I find that the 3-dimensional adhesive doesn’t work when it’s humid and they fall off.
To finish off the frame I took the heart paper insert and traced it onto scrapbook paper with some fun sentiments. I adhered it to some fun foam and popped it into the frame for sturdiness. Since the frames do not come with a vellum cover you can add one yourself or leave it open (old sticker plastic works as long as it’s not imprinted). Once that’s done, you can add embellishments if you want or call it finished. I decided for these to add a cute little butterfly to each one.
I wasn’t too sure of the stickers I chose but I think they turned out alright 🙂
Please feel free to share you unicorn project adventures with me, i’d love to hear about them.
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