Glitter-covered Christmas ball (from The Landmark), scissors, double-sided tape (National Book Store), paper doily (Cooks Exchange), Silver Cord (Divisoria), 1. Form a cone shape using white craft paper; this will be used as the horn.
If you’ve been bitten by the unicorn bug, this is the ornament for you. It’s fun to make with family and friends, and will make the holidays even more meaningful. It’s also great to add to your tree or as a gift to a fellow unicorn lover.
What you’ll need:
Black and white craft paper (National Book Store), cupcake paper cups (Cooks Exchange), ribbon (Divisoria).
2. Use double-sided tape around the cone so you can twist the metallic cord around.
3. Use the black craft paper and shape into the eyes.
4. These are how the cut out of the eyes should look like.
5. Cut a pattern out of the doily. Make sure you leave a triangle formation below the cut out. When folded, you can glue the triangle onto the surface of the ball, allowing the ear part to stand upright.
6. Use a glue gun to stick all the components onto the Christmas ball. This photo shows the horn being glued onto the top portion of the ball.
7. Form the cupcake paper holders into flowers by folding them in half and gathering the base.