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Hands up if you love unicorns! You’re in luck because today we’ve got a whole list of magical unicorn crafts for kids from toddler though to teens. There’s even a few that mom will want to make too!
Unicorn Crafts for Kids
Your children will be head over hooves for these fabulously easy unicorn crafts for kids!
We have found so many wonderful ideas that are good for kids of all ages.
We have paper plate crafts for toddlers and mixed media projects for teens.
And a lot of fun stuff in between!
Cute Unicorn Crafts
This DIY Unicorn Pencil Case is Beyond Cute
If you love unicorns you will definitely want to add this DIY unicorn pencil case to your collection! It’s perfect for back to school too.
DIY Unicorn Pencil Pot
Today’s Dollar Tree DIY makeover shows you how to turn a boring wire mesh pencil pot into a magical unicorn to brighten up your desk!
DIY Unicorn Craft Using Toilet Tubes
How cute are these magical unicorns with their rainbow colored manes and tails? Kids love toilet paper tube crafts and you're pretty much guaranteed to have one available right?
Felt Unicorn Sewing Project ⋆ Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Sewing is a wonderful skill to teach your child, especially as it can be such a mindful and calming activity. This little unicorn is made from felt and simple enough for a first grader to make.
Paper Plate Unicorn Craft
Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun with this magical paper plate unicorn craft! It's a great way for them to practice their cutting and glueing skills.
How To Make Rainbow Unicorn Salt-Dough Ornaments
How clever are these salt dough unicorn ornaments! I would never have thought to make holes and thread the mane like that! These would make cute party favors, or trinkets to make during a sleepover.
DIY UNICORN DREAMCATCHER
These DIY unicorn dreamcatchers are just beautiful and a great craft for kids of all ages to do together.
Easy DIY Unicorn Bookmark Craft For Kids
Encourage your child to read more books this summer by making some of these super cute unicorn corner bookmarks to keep their page. They'd make cute back to school gifts for their teacher or classmates too!
Unicorn Rainbow Craft
Here's another fun unicorn paper craft for younger kiddos to enjoy. This unicorn with her rainbow mane will look really pretty hung on a bedroom wall.
Sparkly Footprint Unicorn Craft
How cool is this! I would never have thought to take a footprint and turn it into a unicorn!
Create a Magical Unicorn Wand with the Splash Technique
Oooh so pretty! Let your kids loose with your Tombow markers so they can make the magical watercolor effect and then turn their art into a unicorn hobby horse for hours of magical play!
Lets make a Mobile: Rainbows and Unicorns
If you're expecting a baby and thinking of a unicorn themed nursery have your older child make a cute mobile for the room. Or they can make one for their own room of course!
Incredibly Cute and Playful Unicorn Puppets
Here's a cute craft for a rainy day, a simple finger puppet for some magical imaginary play!
DIY Unicorn Notebook
Let your children turn their boring old spiral notebooks into magical unicorn versions to encourage them to do their school work!
Easy Unicorn Craft for Kids - with free printable template
This craft is easy enough for kids but one that grown ups will find mindful too! Create this on a canvas and you have a beautiful gift for a unicorn fan to hang on their wall.
Unicorn Coloring Pages - Free Unicorn Preschool Theme Activities
These unicorn coloring pages are cute and the perfect mess free craft for road trips and restaurants.
Unicorn rock painting
Have you found any kindness rocks hidden in your area? We found one in the local park the other day and the kids were excited to re-hide it and then come home and make their own!
Mixed Media Paper Unicorn Craft
Here's a fabulous way to turn some old newspaper into a piece of unicorn art fit for the wall. Or you could make a smaller version as a greeting card. Heck it would look fab on the front of a journal too!