Paint a toilet paper roll white. Let dry.
Tail: Hold the ends of 6 yarn balls between your thumb and index finger. Wrap the yarn around 3 fingers, until you are satisfied with the thickness. Cut the yarn from the balls. Slide the yarn from your fingers and use one end to tie all of them together. Trim the yarn close to the knot and unfurl the tail.
Mane: Repeat the steps for the tail, but now wrap the yarn around just 2 fingers.
Glue the tail to the back at one end of the toilet paper roll. At the other end, glue on the mane inside the front of the roll, so that it hangs over the edge.
Cut out a glittery craft rubber horn. Glue the horn on the back to the mane.
Cut out slightly pointed ears from cardboard. Use white cardboard for the ears, and slightly smaller pieces of pink cardboard for the inside of the ears. Glue the pink pieces to the white pieces. Squeeze the ears a bit at the base, so that they are rounded, and glue one ear to either side of the horn.
Draw black eyes and pink cheeks with markers.
You can use toilet paper rolls to make loads of awesome crafts with the kids! Here, we've reused two toilet paper rolls to make two adorable unicorn pals. We recommend painting with our Nordic Ecolabelled Ready Mix Tempera paints. Our unicorns have a rainbow-coloured mane and tail, but of course you could also use just one colour, or scrap yarn from another project.