Flashy Unicorn art project for all age groups and students at home



Flashy Unicorn Project | Draw & Paint Along with Patty

This art project is part of the Art at Home series of Facebook Live video replays.

I love projects that combine a simple drawing with happy colors, and this art lesson does just that while still engaging the imagination of little artists.

The flashy unicorn project is an easy beginner art lesson that’s perfect for any age child. Using basic supplies of art paper, oil pastels, crayons & paints, anyone can easily create their own colorful unicorn. Perhaps you’ll even enjoy it too!

Grab your supplies and follow along with me in this video!

Click the yellow button to DOWNLOAD the Flashy Unicorn drawing guide resource:


– Regular art paper

– Black oil pastel or crayon

– Crayons, gel sticks or oil pastels

– Watercolor or tempera paint

– Optional: Glitter or glitter paper

Did you try out this lesson? I’d love to hear how the instructions worked for you!

Make sure to post your students art in our weekly posts inside the free Dazzler Facebook Community.

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