Looking for free unicorn printables? Download these games, activities, and my unicorn to do list too! (Get these adorable gel pens here)
These cute to do lists will make your tasks feel a little more magical, right?
Downloading the list using this form.
This file is for Personal Use only. Thanks!
Print out a few copies on regular printer paper, then cut down between the lists. Trim so they are 3 ⅝ inches wide each.
Then cut a piece of thin chipboard to the same size: 3 ⅝ inches wide by 8.5 tall.
Line up the tops exactly with the chipboard in back. Secure with clothespins. Dab with mod podge to create a glued edge.
After making your unicorn to do list, visit each of these blogs below to access their printable and you’ll never run out of fun unicorn activities!
- Hello Creative Family – Unicorn Activity Placemat
- Happiness is Homemade – Unicorn Bingo
- Crafting in the Rain – Unicorn To Do List
- The Country Chic Cottage – Unicorn Cootie Catcher
- Everyday Party Magazine – Unicorn Party Tags
- Happy Go Lucky Blog – Unicorn Coloring Cards
- SeeLindsay – Unicorn Wall Art
- Mad in Crafts – Fairy Tale Word Scramble
- Artsy-Fartsy Mama – Unicorn Coloring Bookmarks
- Pineapple Paper Co – Unicorn Stickers
- Fun For Little Ones – Unicorn I Spy
- Liz on Call – Pin the Tail on the Unicorn
- Persia Lou – Unicorn Gift Card Holder
- Printable Crush – Unicorn Stationery
- Tried and True Creative – Unicorn Kids Art
- 100 Directions – Cute Unicorn Coloring Page
If you end up using any of these printables, be sure to share the result and tag the creator on social media! We love to see our work out in the real world!
- Printer (I love using an HP printer so I can take advantage of the Instant Ink subscription)
- Paper – regular printer paper, or cardstock for sturdier projects
- Sticker paper – printable vinyl or Avery full sticker sheets are better than Cricut sticker paper in my opinion.
- Paper trimmer – try the Cricut trimmer or a Fiskars one
- Scoring board for creating crisp fold lines when needed.