I recently made a whole set of unicorn themed birthday party decorations templates for our friend’s daughter’s birthday.
Unicorn unicorn unicorns everywhere. That was our bedroom for a week. It actually turned out quite well with all the different pieces.
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Materials for Cricut Unicorn Decorations
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Cardstock – There was a lot of cardstock. My recommendation is to just get an assorted set.
- Recollections 65lb Cardstock from Michaels
- Favorite Assorted Pink/Blush 12″x12″ Recollections Set
- Favorite Assorted Purple 12″x12″ Recollections Set
- Metallic Shimmer Assorted Set from Amazon
- Neenah Collections Assorted Set from Amazon
- Kraft Cardstock from Michaels
Glue – I use Tacky Glue for the cardstock and then a glue gun to assemble everything else.
Ribbon – This is the one I used in the pictures.
Paper Lanterns – They are super cheap and really make an impact at a party. I found this great deal for an assorted set of paper lanterns from Amazon.
What’s included in this free Cricut Unicorn SVG kit?
Happy Birthday Cricut Unicorn Banner Sign
There are lots of different ways you can make this. I chose to just use the plain base for the letters and then had end unicorn pieces. You can make the letters on the unicorns as well.
Unicorn Face Cut out Lanterns
It was a bit of work to assemble everything but it wasn’t too bad. I already had all the paper flowers sitting around so it was just a matter of gluing everything together. All of my rolled flowers are here.
Cricut Unicorn Cake Topper Template
I made a set of numbers with a unicorn horn on top and this rainbow piece. I then just glued it on a straw and chopsticks. Easy Peasy.
Unicorn Thank you Tags SVG Cut outs
I used my Cricut to write the thank you note which took way longer than I anticipated. In the future, I would just print and then cut the thing. I also just stapled the ribbon on but a glue gun works too.