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Unicorn & Faun Horn Printable

Unicorn Horn Directions

  • Cardstock or Construction Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue or Tape
  • Ribbon
  • Decorations: Crayons, Paint, Markers, Glitter, etc.


 

Unicorn Horn - Setup

Print the pattern on cardstock or colored construction paper, then cut out the pieces on the solid black lines.

Click here for Unicorn Horn Pattern.

Unicorn Horn - How to ScoreIf you are going to color your horn with crayons or markers, color the side without the printing now. If painting, you can paint after the horn is assembled.

Place your paper on a magazine or soft surface. Using a ruler and a pencil or pen, press down while tracing each dotted line so that the piece bends easily. Fold so the printed lines are on the inside.

If using thinner paper, you may need to use the reinforcement tabs by gluing them onto the already attached tabs. If using cardstock, these pieces are not needed

Unicorn Horn - How to Thread

 

Glue or tape the side flaps of the horn to the opposite side.

Punch or cut holes where noted that are wide enough for your string or ribbon. If you used the reinforcement tabs, wait until these have dried.

Run the string or ribbon through the holes, as pictured, and leave enough to tie under your chin.

 

 

 

Personalize your horn with glitter or paint! If the tip is too pointy, clip the end a bit or dip it in glue. The horn could also be attached to a headband with tape.

horns-glitter

Faun Horns

faun-horns

  • Cardstock or Construction Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue or Tape
  • Ribbon
  • Decorations: Crayons, Paint, Markers, Glitter, etc.

 

The faun horns pattern make two horns to sit on either side of the head. This pattern is slightly more complicated than the unicorn horn, above, but many of the techniques are the same.

Click here to Download Faun Horn Pattern.

Print the pattern on card stock or colored construction paper, then cut out the pieces on the solid black lines.

If you are going to color your horns with crayons or markers, color the side without the printing now. If painting, you can paint after the horns are assembled.

If using thinner paper, you may need to use the reinforcement tabs by gluing them onto the already attached tabs. If using cardstock, these pieces are not needed.

Place your paper on a magazine or soft surface. Using a ruler and a pencil or pen, press down while tracing each dotted line so that the piece bends easily. Fold so the printed lines are on the inside. (To make a rounded curve instead of creasing, gently pull the printed sides along the edge of a table.)

Tape or glue together the side flaps of each horn point piece to make a cone.

Using tape or glue, attach each horn base to its point. If using glue, attach one tab at a time and wait for the glue to dry before moving to the next. You may need to hold them together for a minute or so.

Once all the tabs have dried, attach the base side flaps.

Unicorn Horn - How to ThreadPunch or cut holes where noted that are wide enough for your string or ribbon. If you used the reinforcement tabs, wait until these have dried.

Run the string or ribbon through the holes, as pictured, and leave enough to tie under your chin.

If desired, personalize your horns with glitter or paint! If the tip is too pointy, clip the end a bit or dip it in glue. The horns could also be attached to a headband with tape.

 

 

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