DIY Snapchat Unicorn Filter Tutorial
WE'VE MADE IT!
After filling up all of your Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook feeds for a whole week, today is officially the last day of my Snapchat costume tutorials! Time flies when you're making filters.
I decided to end with the puking Unicorn filter because I love it so freaking much and my model Rachel totally killed it with these photos. This filter is also super simple to make so it's going to be another quick post for you guys and gals today. As a thank you for following me through all of this filter madness, I've decided to give away this filter on my Instagram (@tesnialys) and to share with you a bunch of fun and suuuper exclusive pics from our Philter Photoshoot. Keep reading to learn how to make this adorable unicorn costume and to see those cute pictures!
Rainbow Unicorn Filter
Total Time: 45 minutes
Using your sharpie, draw the unicorn's ears on the pink felt and cut out 4 equally sized pieces. If you've already looked at the Dog or Deer filter tutorials, this will be practically second nature at this point. After you've cut out the ears, you can attach them to the headband with the hot glue just like before.
Now that the ears are attached, it's time to make the horn. Cut out a large triangle from your purple felt and lay it flat on your work surface. Starting at the thinnest end, roll your triangle in on itself and glue where needed. Once the end is secure, you can use any excess felt or stuffing you have lying around to stuff the horn (this will make it a little sturdier.) Once you've done this you can attach the wider end to the headband using, yep you guessed it-hot glue. Once it is attached, cut a long piece of your pink yarn and hot glue to the thin end just like in the picture below.
Keep twisting and gluing the yarn all the way down the horn and glue it to the base of the headband. Once that is securely glued in place the only thing left to do is print your rainbow! I'll include the picture below if you'd like to use that as a template. Once it was printed I glue a long skewer to the back side and then covered the back in cardstock to make it stronger.
And there you have it- the final filter! By now you and your friends are ready to have as much fun as we did in these costumes. Check out the finished unicorn with some additional group photos below :)
And that's all I've got for you people! I hope you've enjoyed these tutorials, and please don't forget to tag me in any of your Snapchat costume pics! As always, thanks for stopping by and please don't hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or suggestions for what future posts you'd like to see.
Until next time, and Happy Halloween!