Learn how to make these easy Unicorn Succulent Planters today. Just adorable.
Yessss! I am so excited! We adore Unicorn Crafts for Kids and with Spring on the way (kind of.. we are March and there is snow outside.. in the UK? At this time of year.. what is going on).. regardless, we are pretending that SPRING is on the way. And with Spring on the way, we need some lovely Spring Crafts! And what better than this gorgeous Unicorn Planter DIY??! As you may have noticed, the world has gone Unicorn mad, and so have we! With yet another lovely post from our contributor Fun for Little Ones! My daughter is already all over this and can’t wait to make her very own Unicorn Succulent Planter. Of course you can use these Unicorn DIY for succulent,s but I think it would also make a great pen pot/ desk tidy! I am never one to miss a bit of Unicorn Room Decor opportunity!
Psssst… don’t forget to check out our super duper GORGEOUS Unicorn DIY Eggs too. Just lovely!
These unicorn succulent planters would make a great Mother’s Day Gift, BFF Gift or gift for a teacher, don’t you think? No need to get a unicorn planter on amazon.. make your own! Ours are made with these adorable mini plant pots, but you can make these Unicorn planters in any size and fill them with one adorable succulent or a collection of succulents. Perfect for the world of succulents growers and lovers!!
Unicorn Planter Craft – Supplies:
- Mini Terracotta Pots/Planters
- Hot Glue
- Paint Brush
- Small Paper of Fabric Flowers
- Green Cardstock
- Gold Glitter Cardstock
- Black Paint Pen or Permanent Marker
- Succulent Plants and Soil
How to make a Unicorn Succulent Planter
Paint the terracotta pots white. This will require 2-3 coats of paint. Allow the paint to dry completely.
Draw a leaf shape onto green cardstock and cut out 2-3 leaves for each pot.
To make the horn, draw a triangle shape onto gold glitter cardstock and cut out.
Glue the horn on the inside of the pot right towards the top.
Glue the leaves and paper or fabric flowers onto the top front of the pot.
Use a pencil to draw eyes onto the pot. Once you are happy with the result, use a black paint pen or permanent marker to trace over the pencil.
Dip your fingertip into pale pink paint and give the pot rosy cheeks, if you’d like!
Fill the terracotta pot with soil and then plant your succulents inside.
Succulent Care Tip
To water your plant, soak the soil each time it’s become completely dry. Allow excess water to drain out of the bottom. Do not allow the plant to soak in a pool of water all day or night. Once the soil dries out, you may soak the plant again
Love this fabulously whimsical Unicorn Headband DIY! These Unicorn Ears and Horns would make a wonderful party craft for tweens or turn them into a kit and give them as party favours! So cute!!