Unicorn Bookmarks

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Unicorns are always adorable. Whether they are on cakes, pillows, stuffed toys, or your pajamas, they are always fun to look at. You can put them on books too. I found this DIY Unicorn Hug Bookmarks craft and I thought they would be cool on my books. And for the kids to use or give to their friends. So I made a few!

Unicorn Hug Bookmarks

These Unicorn Hug Bookmarks are so cute! You don’t need to be crafty to make these as they are so easy to make.

You don’t need to buy most of its materials because, surely, you have most of them in your home. Pieces of colored papers and card stocks can be from different sources like old magazines, paper bags, gift wrappers, and other scraps will do. Or even though you buy these materials, they won’t cost you that much.

They can be great for party favors, along with this Candy Unicorn Horns, as well.

Alright! Let’s start making these cute Unicorn Hug Bookmarks.

First, you need to gather these materials and tools:

  • Different colored craft papers
  • Cardstock paper (any color)
  • Pencil
  • Black marker pen or sharpie
  • Scissors
  • Craft glue

Here is how you make the Unicorn Hug bookmarks

  • Print out the template below. Cut them out and trace onto your colored papers. The base part is for the cardstock. If you are good at drawing, you can just draw them.
  • Cut out the traced patterns
  • Using the glue, attach the 2 paw cut-outs on the bottom part of the head cut-out by overlapping about ¼ inch along the straight ends of the 3 patterns.
  • Next are the horn and the ear patterns. Attach along the top end of the bookmark base. The ears have the inner and outer parts so, be sure to past the inner parts inside the outer part. 
  • Attach the head and paw piece onto the curved end of the bookmark base. The curved ends of the base and the head should match together.
  • Join the rest of the small pieces as flowers. Glue the small round pieces on the larger ones. The pointed pieces are the leaves.
  •  Arrange and glue the flowers and the leaves across the top of the unicorn’s head. Attach the oval-shaped piece on the lower part of the head as part of the face of the unicorn.
  • And finally, for the face, use a black permanent marker to draw the eyes, nose, and mouth of the unicorn.
DIY Unicorn Bookmark
Yield: 4

Unicorn Hug Bookmarks

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

These Unicorn Hug Bookmarks are so adorable. You don’t need to be crafty. They are so easy to make and would cost you almost nothing.

Materials

  • Different colored craft papers
  • Cardstock paper (any color)
  • Pencil
  • Black marker pen or sharpie
  • Scissors
  • Craft glue

Instructions

Print out the template below. Cut them out and trace onto your colored papers. The base part is for the cardstock. If you are good at drawing, you can just draw them.

Cut out the traced patterns

Using the glue, attach the 2 paw cut-outs on the bottom part of the head cut-out by overlapping about ¼ inch along the straight ends of the 3 patterns.

Next are the horn and the ear patterns. Attach along the top end of the bookmark base. The ears have the inner and outer parts so, be sure to past the inner parts inside the outer part. 

Attach the head and paw piece onto the curved end of the bookmark base. The curved ends of the base and the head should match together.

Join the rest of the small pieces as flowers. Glue the small round pieces on the larger ones. The pointed pieces are the leaves.

 Arrange and glue the flowers and the leaves across the top of the unicorn’s head. Attach the oval-shaped piece on the lower part of the head as part of the face of the unicorn.

And finally, for the face, use a black permanent marker to draw the eyes, nose, and mouth of the unicorn.

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