Unicorn Spit Wood Slice Rainbow

2 Materials
2 Hours

UNiCORN SPiT Wood Slice RainbowThis UNiCORN SPiT Wood Slice Rainbow is absolutely gorgeous whether I put it on my patio or hang it indoors. The shimmer and glimmer of the crystal sparkles are simply dazzling. This project was my first time using UNiCORN SPiT®and I am in love. Unicorn Spit is a concentrated gel stain that can be used a massive variety of projects and DIYs. While this rainbow decoration was simple and fun — it inspired my creative mind to explore tons more projects and possibilities that I am excited to try out. This post was sponsored by Eclectic Product as they sent me the UNiCORN SPiT® to use in the making of the decor.

Materials Needed for UNiCORN SPiT Wood Slice Rainbow

  • UNiCORN SPiT in Rainbow Colors
  • Wood Slices
  • Cupped Palette
  • Paintbrushes
  • Ribbon
  • E-6000
  • Craft Sticks

Directions to Make a UNiCORN SPiT® Wood Slice Rainbow

It is important to know that the UNiCORN SPiT® is highly concentrated and liquid like in form so it works best in a cupped palette. Note that a little goes a long way. It can be used straight from the bottle as well as diluted which makes it super fun to experiment with.

Set up your work area. I tend to work on the floor in my living room.

Paint the colors on to the wood slices, one color at a time. The solids can be mixed with glitters if experimenting is your thing.

Once the wood slices are dry, flip them over on a non-stick mat then glue them together using E6000. Place a dab between each slice. For a more secure structure, glue wood sticks across the slices to create stability.

Add a ribbon tied into a bow with E6000. Tie a ribbon around the middle slice to create a hanger.

Hang to decorate! It looks fabulous outdoors.

And it also looks fantastic indoors.

Suggested materials:
  • Unicorn Spit   (Online)
  • E6000   (Online)
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  • Melinda Record Melinda Record on Apr 26, 2021

    This is DARLING! Using your instructions, this could even be made in to a door wreath ~ such a bright and cheerful welcome either style!

    Thank you for sharing and inspiring!

  • Yvette Huesler Yvette Huesler on Apr 25, 2022

    This is really PRETTY! Wonderful project.

    I have nothing else to add other

    than E6000 is a very very toxic glue and you should wear a respirator when using it.