First Communion Card with Unicorn


First Communion Card with Unicorn

First Communion Card with Unicorn
First Communion Card with Unicorn

"The First Holy Communion is a very special day. It’s also the occasion for a big party. Are you looking for an attractive First Communion invitation to send to your guests or a First Communion card to congratulate the communicant? Then this First Communion DIY project is just right for you! The soft pastel colors in this first communion card and the cute unicorn make this card really festive, making this special day even more special."

Materials List

  • Florence • Cardstock texture 30,5x30,5cm Rose
  • Florence • Cardstock texture 30,5x30,5cm Iguana
  • Florence • Cardstock texture 30,5x30,5cm Aqua
  • Florence • Cardstock texture 30,5x30,5cm Fuchsia
  • Florence • Cardstock texture 30,5x30,5cm White
  • Marianne Design Collectables Eline's horse & unicorm
  • Self-adhesive pearls 3+5mm x108 baby pink
  • Marianne Design Creatables Anja's butterfly
  • Vaessen Creative • 3-in-1 hang-tag punch


  1. Cut the dark-green cardstock to 15x14cm. This is your card base. Cut the white cardstock to 13x13cm.

  2. Punch out the doily once in pale pink and once in mint green. For this card you’ll combine the pink outside edge with the green center.

  3. Punch out the unicorn in different colors.

  4. Cut the fuchsia cardstock to 22cm long by 2.5 inches wide. Use the tag punch at one end to make a tag. Next, cut the total length of the tag to 20cm.

  5. Start with your dark-green card base. Stick the fuchsia tag onto the center of the card. Make sure that the tag extends a bit at the top and bottom of the card. Now stick the white cardstock over the tag about 0.5cm from the bottom edge of the card base.

  6. Stick the pink doily edge in the center of the white cardstock and place the mint-green doily center inside it. Stick the unicorn in the center of the doily and finish it off with a flower and a face. For the final touch, decorate the doily with pink sticky-back rhinestones.

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