Unicorn Party Kit

Good morning everyone, hope your all having a nice start to your weekend.

Today I wanted to show you this adorable Unicorn Party kit I have made.

I had a girly night in with my sister and wanted to make up a few things to take over, I purchased the chocolate cake and wanted to decorate it and it all kind of all evolved from there.

I packed out the gift bags with a face mask, hair treatment, body cream, nail polish, body spray and chocolates!



I used just one stamp set, my current stamp of the moment for me, the cute Krafty Panda, Magical Unicorns set from Hobbybase UK

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I made a cake topper, party bags and decorated the glass flutes, straws and cupcakes.

To make all the things in the picture you will need…

12 x 12 paper to make the gift bag.

Score along one side at 3.7/8, 5.7/8, 9.3/4 & 11.3/4

Score long the other side at 4″ & 10″

Ribbon for the handles and some velcro dots, I got mine from The Range UK.

Kebab sticks for the cake topper.

Magical Unicorns stamp set.

Watercolour paper and watercolour pencils. Mine are by Reeves and you can pick them up from many places, here’s a  good deal on Amazon.

String for the topper.

Glue Dots.

Hot glue.


Cocktail sticks.

Check out my full tutorial below to see how I put everything together.

The Cake Topper is my favourite part of this kit, I love how well it came together.




I hope you like my party kit and it’s inspired you to make your own, this was inexpensive to make and as I said it will give your party a more personal touch.

I can imagine cute Alien stamps for a fun theme or Cowboys & Indians, Knights & Dragons, Mermaids the list is endless.

Have fun with it and have a wonderful weekend.






2 thoughts on “Unicorn Party Kit

  1. Hi Sam,

    Thank you for sending this email to me with the link to your blog post – Unicorn Party Kit

    I loved watching your colour the unicorns with your water colour pencils. I love water colour pencils too. I have just got myself a set of 48 Zing water colour markers and I am practising as much as possible with them in order that my projects get easier. I have been watching Sandy Allnock, who is an artist as well as a craft card maker; so if you get some time she is definitely worth a watch.

    Till next time




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