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Make all your kids’ unicorn dreams come true with these 20 magical products

These are sure to enchant + inspire all the little ones in your life.

Make all your kids’ unicorn dreams come true with these 20 magical products

Need some unicorn magic in your life? ?✨We've searched the uni(corn)verse for the most charming and whimsical items that are sure to enchant + inspire all the little ones in your life.


From night lights to necklaces, here are 20 of our favorite products.


1. Jellycat Bashful Unicorn Stuffed Animal, $15.00, Nordstrom


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2. Pillowfort Unicorn Head Wall Decor, $19.99, Target



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3. Skip Hop Unicorn Activity Gym, $60.00, Nordstrom

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4. Loulou Lollipop Unicorn Donut Teething Toy, $25.00, Nordstrom

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5. Unicorn Canvas Storage Bin, $55.00, Etsy



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6. Pillowfort Unicorn Nightlight, $16.99, Target



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7. Organic Unicorn Rainbow Sheet Set, $16.50+, Pottery Barn Kids



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8. Unicorn Wall Art, $36.00, Crate&kids;



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9. Wiggle Set in Organic Pima Cotton, $48.00, Hanna Andersson



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10. CamelBak Eddy Kids Water Bottle, $13.00, Amazon



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11. Skip Hop Zoo Lunchie Unicorn Lunch Bag, $15.00, Nordstrom



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12. Pillowfort Plush Pal, $25.00, Target


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13. Unicorn Pendant Necklace, $5.00, Etsy



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14. Long Sleeve All Dressed Up Bodysuit, $28.00, Monica + Andy



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15. Unicorn Baby Mobile, $65.00, Etsy



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16. Lulujo Baby Rainbows and Unicorns Muslin Swaddle, $15.99, buybuyBaby



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17. Unicorn Headband, $3.00, Target



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18. Modern Unicorn Digital Download, $2.07, Etsy



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19. IsabelaKids Striped Jersey Dress, $14.99, Amazon



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20. Eloide the Unicorn Humidifier, $56.09, Firebox



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