Unicorn Card

Pazzles DIY Unicorn Card by Lisa Reyna

This is a great card for any one who loves unicorns! Can be used as invitations, birthday card, thank you card or baby shower. The ideas are endless for this unicorn card!

Pazzles DIY Unicorn Card by Lisa Reyna

You have two options with this card – you can cut the different colors out, ink the edges (if you want), and glue together. This is the method I used and I used a glitter paper for the horn -OR- if you are looking for something quick, you can also do this as a print-and-cut project, then add some glitter to the horn area if you still want the glitter effect.

Pazzles DIY Unicorn Card by Lisa Reyna

The flowers I used are felt. If you want to cut felt, you’ll need to use stiffened felt. You could also cut these out of any other material such as paper or vellum. To finish it off I added some small half pearls to the center.

This card is easy to customize so have fun and make it your own! I hope you enjoy this pretty unicorn card!

If you decide you would like to print and cut this card and aren’t sure how or need a refresher, here is a video! You can even do a combination of print and cut for this unicorn card. Consider printing the eyes and ears but cutting out the glitter horn and flowers. You could even add a message to your print and cut. Print and Cut is a great way to add details without adding time!

Print and Cut: Basics

This video will take you through the basics of a basic Print and Cut. We have included the image that we used in the video.

Materials used:
12×12 card stock – white
Pink and black card stock
Felt flowers with pearls
Color box chalk in – rose coral
Color box chalk in – black
Glitter paper – gold

Pazzles DIY Unicorn Shaped Card by Lisa Reyna

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