I made my girl a little jacket out of a fluffy fabric, and the scraps were too good to toss in the garbage. I saw a few tutorials online for a unicorn tiara, so I thought I would have a go at it myself too!
You can make these from any fabric you like and are really easy.
You can use a new tiara but there was one here that needed some fixing up anyway.
Strip the tiara, and cut a strip of fabric you want to cover it with. Because it will make a very small tunnel when you sew it shut it is hard to turn inside out, so you can use this trick: When you start the seam, attach a thread or narrow ribbon and lay that on the inside of your fabric along the entire length.
When you are done sewing, you can pull on the thread to make the inside come out! The start will need a little fumbling and pushing but once it goes you'll be very happy you did it this way. ;)
Slide the fabric tunnel over the tiara, cut to size and sew the ends shut.
Now the horn! Cut a triangle in the shape of a piece of pie, and a little circle. I sort of guessed the size for that one, but if you want it precisely the circumference of the pattern for the circle should be as big as the short side of your triangle, minus all the allowances.
First close the long seam on the side to make a cone shape, then attach the circle. Leave a bit open to turn it inside out and stuff it. Push in little bits at once, don't get tempted to shove in big clumps of stuffing because it will really look better this way!
Close the bottom and get ready for the next rewarding bit!
Attach a thread of wool on the bottom, and wind it towards the top. When it is tight enough it will immediately look like a unicorn horn!
Sew it to the tiara. Done!
I embellished it a bit with pompons and made my girl very happy with it!
This is the jacket that goes with it.
When you can be a unicorn, always be a unicorn. Right? ;)