Are you having a unicorn themed party?
Then I’ve got the PERFECT unicorn party favors for you! These favors are easy to make and absolutely affordable.
You’ll need to buy a few things in bulk, which you can do on Amazon.
After that you should be set and ready to put these unicorn party favors together in almost no time. There’s no weird gluing or sewing necessary.
The awesome thing about these party favors is that they look expensive and GORGEOUS. I can’t stop gushing about how these came out.
They’ve honestly inspired me to create more unicorn themed DIY crafts posts so keep a look out for those.
Also, these favors come complete with a free unicorn tag printable you can instantly download and print.
DIY Unicorn Party Favors
These party favors were actually inspired by some printable tags I had created for Valentine’s Day.
Once I made those I thought I could probably make some cute unicorn tags too!
So I decided to give it a try. One thing led to another, and before you know it I was putting together these unicorn party favors little by little.
Then I got the idea to create the printable heart sticker for the lids and then to add curling ribbon.
I’m pretty happy with how they turned out. Not only that but also how affordable they can be to make!
Unicorn party favor supplies
The supplies include:
Free printable unicorn tags (included in this post)
I go into detail on how to create your unicorn party favors in a how to section at the very bottom of the blog post if you’d like to skip to it.
These unicorn favors can go with your general unicorn decor even if they aren’t exactly the same colors scheme because unicorn colors tend to be soft blues, soft pinks, and soft yellows, greens, and purples.
So don’t sweat it if the tags aren’t exactly the same as the rest of your unicorn colors.
I plan on creating more unicorn related crafts to post on the blog because they’re simply too cute NOT to make and I have a few ideas up my sleeve.
The great thing about unicorn themed parties is you can basically DIY them yourself at home if you have the patience for it. And you can save tons in the process.
So if you want to get a little creative with your kid’s birthday party this year don’t hesitate to try the unicorn idea!
I might’ve gone a little overboard with the unicorn photography here, but these unicorn favors were too cute to not photograph the living daylights out of.
I especially LOVE this shot below. Remember you can pin the images to your favorite unicorn ideas Pinterest board to come back to later!
Get the DIY Unicorn Party Banner To Go Perfectly With Your Unicorn Favors!
These unicorn party favors go PERFECT with the unicorn banner set I’ve designed for the shop!
All you have to do is cut them out, string them together to form ANY message you want, and hang it up on your wall!
I find pink and blue go really well together when you’re trying to create a unicorn themed party. Like the picture below! Honestly the more unicorn colors you can have the better.
But if you want to go simple and only use pink and blue I’m sure that could work too.
Free printable unicorn birthday tags
This unicorn party favor tutorial couldn’t be complete without the unicorn tags I used.
I made sure to include a set of both tags with six to a page. You can print out as many as you need for your favors and hole punch them to your liking (notice they don’t have a hole punch mark).
Download them here.
Unicorn Party Favors
- 1 Bulk bag of pink starbursts
- 10 25 inch long pieces of pink curling ribbon
- 10 25 inch long pieces of silver curling ribbon
- 20 Mini mason jars
- 20 Unicorn face and heart tags (provided for free in this post)
- 1 Roll of tape
- 1 Pair of scissors
- First you'll want to fill your mini mason jars to the brim with your pink starbursts and screw them shut
- Then you'll want to download, cut, and print your unicorn tags
- Hole punch your unicorn tags, as these will be the ones you string with your ribbon piece
- Thread your unicorn tag with your 25 inch long ribbon, tie into a knot first, and THEN tie into a small bow (as shown in the images).
- You'll want to use the edges of your scissors to curl the ends of your ribbon to get the effect shown in the pictures.
- Set out your unicorn party favors and you're good to go!