Unicorn pinatas look magical, don’t they? You can use them as a décor element or fill them up with goodies. They can be made in mini and extra-large versions. You can have them in purple, pink, rainbow and white. Take your pick from the gorgeous collection below.
This mini pastel unicorn piñata is made with the help of a free, printable template. It can be the perfect table décor for a kid’s party. You can also have a handful of this pattern all over the yard and allow the little ones to take a swing at them.
You can stick pink polka-dotted tissue paper all over a cardboard horse or donkey base and add the horn, ears and mane for making a cool unicorn piñata.
This is a sparkly unicorn piñata with a rainbow mane. You can customize it to carry the initial of the birthday boy. The unique idea is pretty easy to execute.
This giant standing unicorn string piñata is made with cardboard, tinfoil, regular tape and packing tape. A pink toy pony acts as the base.
This adorable, big, pink unicorn head piñata is made using paper mache. The supplies are balloon, flour, water, newspaper, tinsel, ribbon, paper streamers, scissors, confetti, glue and pipe cleaners.
A round DIY unicorn head piñata reminds you of fairytales. The gold horn and ears add a touch of bling to your party decorations.
Using the same principle as above, you can make a black unicorn piñata for Halloween. The circle unicorn face with a hint of gold looks magical.
You are free to choose the colors for the mane of your DIY unicorn piñata. You can put small paper flowers on its forehead to add to its cute looks. The horn is the center of attraction of this piñata and would look gorgeous in gold. The pictures above would inspire you in the craft.
Published on July 20th 2020 by Peyton Derrida