Pia is back sharing these adorable DIY Pink Unicorn Balloons. Perfect for a unicorn party or celebration!
This magical balloon craft is from Pia’s new craft book which features the most wondrous unicorn projects to make with your kids. The unicorn book is currently in German but all of Pia’s crafts are so simple that you can easily follow along with the beautiful imagery. We did hear that the book wil hopefully translate to English, and so are crossing our fingers!
In the meantime, please enjoy this guest post for DIY Pink Unicorn Balloons from Pia!
Pink Unicorn Balloons – Materials:
For one balloon
Free Printable Balloon Template (download right below)
Step 1. Using the template transfer nose 1x, ears and eyes each 2x on white drawing paper, cheeks 2x on pink paper and the pupils and nostrils each 2x on black paper. Cut out all the parts. Then use the template for the horn and cut it out from golden holographic cardboard.
Step 2. Now you can form the cardboard into a cone and glue the edges together with sticky tape. You can also staple the edges.
Step 3. Curl the golden ribbon with scissors. (Photo: DIY Einhornballons3) Blow up the balloon, knot the opening and fix it in the balloon holder.
Step 4. Using double sided tape stick all facial parts with on the balloon. The horn is also fixed with double sided tape to the balloon. Just below the horn you stick the golden ribbon hair with sticky tape.
Pia’s magical Unicorn Craft Book can be found HERE.
Pia has been a DIY girl all her life. She used to be a TV editor before she became a passionate author of numerous craft and baking books. With the birth of her two children Emil and Ida she started to create fun crafts for children from simple and found materials. Pia is sharing her colourful world on her blog wundertuetchen.de and her Instagram account wundertuetchen.
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