Unicorns are well known. Not many people know, that they are not alone. Here come two more specimen. Both rather shy. Welcome Unicat and Unipig.
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Step 1: This Is What You Need:
- plastic toy animal
- a skewer
- a mini file (you can also use one for fingernails)
- two needles (one small, one a little bigger)
- nail polish
Step 2: The Horn
File a spiral into the skewer. You could mark the spiral with a pencil to make it easier. Cut it off in the length you like. I cut the horn for the cat too long at first so I had to cut it shorter later.
Next you make a little hole into the base of the horn. I started with the file and finished with the bigger needle. You then put the needle into the head of the animal. This looks horrible, pretend it is accupuncture, that makes it easier. : )
To secure the horn onto the head you need a short length of the small needle. Push this into the head, add some glue and put the horn on top. LET DRY.
Step 3: Add Color
Paint the Unianimal in our favorite color.
Keep or give away.
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