The unicorn craze is huge right now! Anything unicorn is always a hit, and these Unicorn Easter Eggs are sure to be the star of your Easter egg decorating celebrations!
My daughter, she loves unicorns, too. I get it, they’re magical. I have to say, I’m pretty fond of them myself. And these Unicorn Easter Eggs are so pretty and colorful and you don’t need to bother with any messy dye.
For the main egg part of these super magical Unicorn Easter Eggs you will need a black and pink sharpie, craft paper, an all purpose adhesive, and scissors. You will also need craft wire and craft pliers for the wire base, or you can make it even easier and just cut another strip of paper then tape into a circle to set them in.
Unicorn Easter Eggs
- eggs, either boiled or fake
- black and pink sharpie markers
- craft paper
- all purpose adhesive
- craft wire
- craft pliers
Wash, clean and dry the egg. Use a pencil to draw the eyes and lip of the unicorn on the egg. Keep it simple.
Carefully draw over the traced pencil patterns with a black sharpie. Use a pink highlighter pen to create 2 blush patterns on both cheeks of the unicorn egg.
Use colored craft papers to create rolled rose â€“ cut a spiral and roll it from its open end towards the center and then glue the roll with the center! Cut small leaf patterns from green craft paper.
Cut a strip of white paper (or matching with the color of the egg). Glue the flowers and leaves on the strip, keep the items adjacent (flowers and leaves). Use a golden glossy craft paper to create a small horn; the size of the horn would depend on the size of the egg. Glue the horn on the top side of the egg. Glue both open ends of the floral strip from step 4 and place it on the top end of the unicorn egg (this will be the garland). Cut 2 ear patterns and glue them on both sides of the horn.
Take the bundle of the craft wire and create a small loop at its open end. Wind the wire around the loop until it reaches near the radius of the egg. Cut off wire from bundle once you’re done winding it.
Keep the coiled wire on a flat surface and hold the center of it with your thumb. Use the other hand to pull the outer coils upwards. This will be the egg stands. And finally, place the egg on the stand. You can also glue the egg with stand.
Grab more eggs and get creative! I hope these Unicorn Easter Eggs add some magic to your Easter holiday! Be sure to find more Easter craft ideas and recipes at Our Kid Things!