Make these adorable little unicorn bookmarks! The perfect craft for any time you’re diving into a particularly whimsical book. A FREE SVG and DXF download.
I just love designing these little corner bookmarks, and how could you not love this adorable unicorn! These unicorn bookmarks would make a perfect give for any fantasy book lover, or would be a great gift topper for anyone who can’t get enough unicorns. You’ll need your Cricut or Silhouette Cameo to make these little guys.
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How to Assemble the Unicorn Bookmarks
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Start by cutting out all of the pieces on your Cricut or Silhouette. Here are the colors and shapes you’ll end up with:
- White: Face w/ Ears
- Light Pink: Snout + Inside Ears + Mane
- Gold: Horn + Star
- Glitter Purple/Pink: Flower
- Teal: Mane
- Purple: Mane
- For the nose and eyes, use a thin black pen
Fold the two triangular ends so they create the bookmark shape. One ear is cut out of the paper, so when you fold it both ears will pop up! Glue the back of the top flap to the front of the back flap, so that a book page can be inserted.
Then start gluing all of the pieces on. I like using a pair of tweezers to help hold the small pieces. Spray glue is my favorite glue for this! Start with the pink snout and ears.
Then add the horn.
Then three layers of make — they are slighting different sizes, so make sure the smallest piece is glued first with the medium and larger pieces on top of that.
And finish with the flower and star — your unicorn is so fancy!
Use a thin black pen to draw the nostrils and eyes. I did two different eyes and both are easy and adorable!
Just slip the unicorn over the corner of your page and you won’t lose your spot!