This Christmas unicorn painted rock is perfect for giving this holiday season. Watch the tutorial and see just how easy it is to paint.
Christmas Unicorn Painted Rock
No matter how many people you know, you are bound to know someone that just loves unicorns! We gave our basic unicorn for beginners a fun fall makeover and now we are doing one for Christmas!
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Step by step instructions for this unicorn painted rock
Having these glitter Poscas will give your unicorn a fun sparkle
Start by painting a base coat for the main shapes of the unicorn. I started with a white oval, an orange triangle, and some red for the Santa hat.
101 Tip: I always do a coat of white first. Most of the time on a plain rock you will need a second layer. This gives it plenty of time to dry.
Add on your unicorns hair. I like to go with 3 colors. Today I went with pinks and green to fit our Christmas theme.
Now let’s decorate our unicorn’s horn. I have to give credit to my son. These lights were his idea and I think are the best part of this rock!
Begin at the tip of your horn by lining it black.
Then create a C shape, to the left of the horn, make sure to leave a bit of background showing.
Then bring your line down across the horn in a downward slant. Go out over the right edge of the horn paint a backward C shape on the right side of the horn.
Next, add the outlines of your lights. If the lines are a bit thick it is OK, when you add in the colors it can cover some of the extra lines.
This is when I noticed I forgot my ear! Go ahead an add one if you like. Next, paint on the nostrils and eyes.
Then I re-outlined my Santa cap.
How to paint a holiday unicorn on rocks!
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