Thursday, 17 May 2018

Unicorn ~Bostik Challenge



This month the Bostik box is all about creatures. In our box we had some love glittery foam and pink items. Little M my crafting buddy came over to help me create our monthly craft. We chatted about creatures and she told me her friend had a unicorn themed party so we decided to make a unicorn with the items in the box.

We later had some strawberry ice cream with lots of blue berries and mango as she wanted something to make unicorn ice cream. Little M loves to try foods with different colours. unfortunately we did not get time to take a photo of our unicorn ice cream as it was really hot and the ice cream had started to melt.

To make the Unicorn you will need:



  • 1 sheet white glittery funky foam
  • 1 sheet pink funky foam
  • 1 small sheet gold card
  • Stick on gems
  • Pink rafia or thread for mane
  • Black pen
  • Scissors
  • Bostik Glue


How to make:


1.On the white glitter funky foam draw a circle about 10 cm in diameter and cut it out.
2.On the white funky foam draw two ear shapes and cut them out.


3. On the pink funky foam draw two ear shapes slightly smaller than the white ones and cut them.
4.On the pink funky foam draw and cut out two round circles the size on a five pence piece.
5. Using bostik glue stick the smaller pink ear shapes to the larger white ones and stick both ears to the top of the circle.




6. On the gold card draw and cut out one unicorn horn shape.
7. In between the ears stick the uniform horn.
8. Stick the pink circles to make the cheeks.


9. Using a black sharpie draw the unicorns eyes.
10. Underneath the Unicorn horn stick the pink mane and decorate with stick on gems.



This craft is suitable for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors. If you like this project check the link below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children.

Kids Arts and Craft Videos
Kids Arts and Crafts Projects 

Being part of the Bostik 2018 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.

18 comments:

  1. Wow they look so good and pretty. It not only sounds interesting but impressive as well

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  2. That's so cute! Sounds pretty easy to make too.

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  3. What an awesome alternative to the mind numbing electronics young children are over exposed to. Keep up the great ideas.

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  4. Oh my goodness how cute is this, such an easy and fun unicorn to make!

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  5. My daughter is really creative, I think she would love to have a go at meeting this, so cute!

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  6. Very cute and clearly you had lots of fun doing this. Well done!

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  7. How utterly adorable are these unicorns? I love how adaptable foam is when crafting with my girls.

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  8. That unicorn is so cute, I've never really thought about using foam boards for crafts x

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  9. What an adorable project! It looks like a lot of fun to make together and be creative!

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  10. What a fab and fun idea. Ideal for weekend crafting sessions x

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  11. I love crafting with my mummy and we try to do it at least once a week. Unicorns are our favourite to make as well and this looks great!

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  12. How cute is this! My crafty daughter would love these Bostik kits!

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  13. I loved Disney since a number of animations had unicorns and I just love such. Anyway, your crafts are just beautiful oh my! Young kids would just love doing this.

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  14. Oh, I love it and it seems so easy to make! I'm sure my stepdaughter would love to make this as shes unicorn obsessed! x

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  15. How funky and creative is that will be sure to give it a go on our next craft day

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  16. Aw this is adorable, I love a good craft project! I have never tried Bostik before but it seems like a fun thing to do :-)

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  17. I love a crafts project and this is adorable! It seems nice and easy to make and a fun way to spend an evening

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  18. This looks amazing, Eliza loves unicorns and would love to make this

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