DIY Unicorn Corner Bookmark 

My daughters and their friends are all about unicorns these days. They always want to make any unicorn craft they can find. These adorable corner unicorn bookmarks are the perfect craft project for girls.

This cute bookmarks would make a fun party craft, or make a bunch with your daughters to give away to their friends.
Wouldn’t they make adorable Valentine’s day gifts, swaps, or pen pal presents?

My girls can’t wait to make a whole stack for their own books and to giveaway too!

Unicorn Corner Bookmark

Supplies:

  • Colored craft paper (including white or cream)
  • Colored cardstock paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Craft glue
  • Black marker pen
  • template

Instructions:

Print and cut out the patterns from the template. Trace and cut out the big square shape on the paper selected for the bookmark.

Place the square paper on a flat surface. Fold the paper into half diagonally. 

Hold any one corners of the open ends and fold it downwards, matching the end of the corner with the border line of the straight side. Notice that there are now 3 triangles along the bottom side of the folded paper. 

Grab any one triangles from the side and fold it upwards, matching its open end corner with the corner on the top side (of the folded paper). 

Similarly fold the triangle on the other side. 

Hold any one of the triangular parts and fold it into half. Tuck the open side of the half fold into the triangular pocket.

Similarly fold and tuck the other side. 

Select colored craft papers for the decoration. Trace and cut out patterns from colored craft papers. 

Make the flowers by gluing together the flower cut outs. 

Also prepare the ear parts and the horn from thick craft papers or cardstock papers. 

Glue the inner ear parts on the outer ear parts. 

All items ready? Grab them all and let’s craft a unicorn! 

Attach the ears and the horn along the closed end’s back side of the folded paper. 

Attach the flowers and leaves right below the ears and the horn. Use a black marker pen to trace the eyes of the unicorn. 

Done!

If you love unicorns and bookmarks, then you should check out these two adorable DIY unicorn bookmarks too! Which do you like best? The Unicorn Hug Bookmark or the Baby Unicorn Bookmark?

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