DECK THE HALLS WITH THIS DIY 3D PAPERCRAFT UNICORN HEAD + CRICUT GIVEAWAY!

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YOU WILL NEED:

Card Stock in the colours of your choice// Cricut Explore or Scissors & photo resizing software// Glue// Unicorn Templates//

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STEP 1:

Download & resize the templates below, then upload to the Cricut Design Space. Follow the instructions on screen for cutting. (Don’t worry if you don’t have a Cricut as this is still super easy without one, however you will still need photo resizing software. Instead just download & resize, then print & cut out the templates by hand – including the slits.) And if you don’t have a Cricut, then hang in there as you can be in with a chance of winning one, just scroll on down to the bottom of this post.

Mount Template (9.5″ x8″)

Unicorn Head Template A (6.8″ x4″), B (5.3″ x3.6″), C (7.1″ x 4″), D (6.1″ x4″), E (5.3″ x 3.6″), F (9.6″ x 7.6″), G (9.6″ x 7.6″)

Unicorn Horn Template H (5.7″ x 1″), I  (0.7″ x0.03″)

STEP 2:

It might make it easier if you start by making sure you letter you templates as we have above. Start by lining the base (A), up with the slits on the mount. Then insert the body of the unicorn (F) into one of the slits. This will secure both the base and body of the unicorn to the mount. Fold the tab over at the back and repeat with G.

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STEP 3:

Now slot in the rest of the neck sides with C next, then E, followed by B and finally E

STEP 4:

Glue the two sides of the unicorn horn together (H). Then starting at the widest end of the horn insert the horn sides(I) from big (at the bottom) to small (at the top). Last but not least insert your horn onto the middle neck side, just below the ears.

You can now glue the tabs at the back of the mount down for a more secure finish.

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3D FLOWER PHOTO ART TUTORIAL – THE PERFECT WAY TO PRETTY UP A PICTURE!

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You guys, I’ve been dying to do a DIY like this for ages and I’m so excited that we finally got around to making 3D flower art! I’ve seen similar things over on Pinterest with thread or paper flowers but I wanted to really kick this project up a notch and use some beautiful fresh flowers! I love the idea of using photos from an engagement shoot, decorating it with fresh flowers and displaying your art at your wedding! It would look perfect by the escort cards or drinks station!

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YOU WILL NEED:

A large photo (we printed ours on A3 Card but the thicker the card the better) // Fresh flowers // A glue gun //

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STEP 1:

Cut the stems off the flowers as close to the head as you can, you want the flowers to be able to sit flat on your photograph.

STEP 2:

Have a play around with how you’d like them to be arraigned and get a rough idea of which flowers you would like where.

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GIANT GEOMETRIC HEART BACKDROP

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I have been dying to create a unique backdrop for so long now! I was kind of fed up with the usual paper flowers, poms and garlands and decided it was about time we stepped it up a notch. So to round off our month of hearts we thought we would put our own colourful spin on a unique backdrop by creating this pretty epic 3D geometric heart display! All you will need to create your own  is…

Coloured Paper// This Template & this Template// Large Piece of Foam Board// Scissors// Glue// Ruler//

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Step 1: Download the templates and print onto a choice of different coloured papers. We printed around 100 triangles in total but you may need a few more or less, dependant on the size of your foam board.

Step 2: Score along the dotted lines and fold.

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