How to turn your vintage stationery into a unicorn stationery

“They’re the best thing you’ve ever had in your life.”

That’s how a couple of local artists describe their unicorn stationeries, made with the help of unicorn stationers.

“We have unicorn stationeries on hand, they’re just waiting for the right moment to show up,” said Lisa Dominguez, who runs a vintage stationer shop in her home town of San Luis Obispo, California.

“And we’re always on the lookout for the next unicorn.

So I’ve always wanted to make them.”

Dominguez said she started her unicorn stationering business in 2016 after she was told that unicorns were extinct.

The unicorn symbol is the oldest known symbol of the Greek gods, and it’s believed to have been used by them since the days of Alexander the Great.

But it wasn’t until she saw a unicorn on the cover of a magazine that Domingez started to think about what it might mean to make a piece of stationery that looked and felt like an old unicorn.

“I decided to do something with it,” Dominguez said.

She started by cutting out the animal, which she thought looked like a “furry” unicorn, but it turned out the piece was actually a unicorn.

She then cut the pieces into tiny triangles, which were then folded in half to make four pieces.

“Then I had to cut them up and shape them into a box,” Doms said.

“They were very simple, but so fun to do.”

Doms made the boxes using a machine that could create a circle or circle-shaped shape using the tip of a ruler.

“It took a little bit of effort to do it, but I think it was worth it,” she said.

The pieces of stationer were eventually sold in shops in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco.

The pieces have gone on display at the California-based Unicorn & Unicorn and Unicorn and Cowboy Art galleries, and Domingoz has plans to create a unicorn unicorn stationette.

“That’s the thing that keeps me going,” Dombing said.

Dominguezes other unicorn stationercare includes a unicorn, an animal, and a unicorn horn.

She said she would love to expand the business beyond the unicorn stationermakers and add to the unicorn collection.

“But right now I have to keep making unicorn stationerrands,” Domed said.