Resin Unicorn Horn Painted Rock Magnet
Natalie from Doodlecraft here, with another especially cute resin craft. This Resin Unicorn horn painted rock magnet is easy to make and oh, so cute! Decorate a fridge, locker or office with this adorable magnet…or use it as a darling paperweight or party favor. Unicorns are magical and wonderful!
Unicorn Horn Silicone Mold
Acrylic Craft Paint
Begin by mixing up the FastCast according to package directions. FastCast sets incredibly fast, so make sure everything is ready before starting. These horns are small, so they don’t need much FastCast.
The horns set in 15 minutes and are ready to use immediately.
Begin with painting the rock.
Paint the rock white and use glitter paint on the resin horn.
Use a thin paintbrush to paint eyes and lashes in black craft paint.
Add pink rosy cheeks next.
Let the paint dry and then spray with Resin Spray to seal the paint and give it some shine.
Cut white felt into pony ears. Cut some colorful small felt circles into spirals. Twist them from the end of the spiral to the center and hot glue in place, as pictured below.
Use a small dot of E6000 Glue and a small dot of hot glue on the back of the horn, then press it to the rock. The hot glue will adhere it instantly while the E6000 will keep it more permanent.
Next, hot glue little felt ears on the rock. Then hot glue the flowers around the horn. Finally; hot glue a felt circle on the backside of the rock for a paperweight, or E6000 a magnet on the backside.
Now it’s ready to adorn the fridge, office filing cabinet, or school locker! Perfect for keeping track of important pictures or memos while looking absolutely adorable.
Natalie Shaw is a Craft/DIY blogger at Doodlecraftblog.com. She loves sci-fi, fantasy and video game geekery and that comes out in many of her projects. She posts budget conscious DIY’s, crafts, jewelry, kid friendly projects, upcycled treasures and other fun on her blog 5 days a week.
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