If you browse through Pinterest, or look around any store, you are bound to spot some unicorns. They are everywhere! I have 2 young girls who think unicorns are awesome and love turning everyday items into unicorn versions. We’ve made unicorn shakes, unicorn frosting and even unicorn slime. Today I’m showing you how to make a unicorn corner bookmark. A craft that lets you take a colorful unicorn with you wherever you go.
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- 6×6 sheet of white paper or origami paper
- Glue Dots
- Various colors of scrap cardstock
Start with a 6×6 inch square of paper to make this unicorn corner bookmark. Use this helpful guide below to fold the basic corner bookmark.
- Cut a piece of colored paper into a 6 x 6 inch square.
- Fold in half diagonally.
- Fold the right corner of the triangle over to meet the bottom corner.
- Repeat with the other side to form a square.
- Unfold steps 3 and 4 leaving a triangle.
- Fold 1 half of the bottom corner up to meet the top edge.
- Fold the right corner in to meet the top corner.
- Repeat with the left side.
- Unfold steps 7 and 8.
- Using the crease, fold the right corner down and tuck under the flap. Repeat with the left side.
Watch the video to see all the steps and learn how to fold your own corner bookmark. Once you have the bookmark made, you can add some embellishments and turn it into a unicorn.
Draw an eye and nose on one triangle with a black marker. Next, cut fringe from a few pieces of colorful cardstock and use glue dots to attach them to the bookmark. These pieces create a colorful rainbow unicorn mane. Finally, add an ear and gold horn to complete the look.
This unicorn corner bookmark comes together in minutes and is really fun to make. Kids can make their own and add special touches. An adult may need to help fold the corner bookmark, but once that is complete the decoration possibilities are endless.
This is an ideal project for a kids group like Girl Scouts or a class art project. Teach kids how to do the basic fold, them let them use their imaginations to create a character.
If unicorns aren’t your thing, use this technique to make a basic corner bookmark and turn it into any creature you like!
Check out these adorable monster bookmarks! Click on the photo to see the video and read exactly how to make this version.
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If you want more unicorn ideas, check out these 30+ unicorn party ideas that will inspire you to throw a rainbow glitter bash! You can also learn how to make this unicorn popcorn, which has become a party staple in our house.
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