Posts Tagged ‘Crafts’



Star Wars Holiday Cards Craft

Bonnie Burton | December 19, 2011

Want to send this year’s seasons greetings from Darth Vader, R2-D2 and Yoda? Making your own holiday collage cards is fun and easy.

To make a collage card all you need is a collection of images from your favorite magazines and comics, glitter glue and construction paper!

Famous surrealist artists used the collage technique to make interesting art from photos, newspaper clippings, ribbons, magazine images and fabric scraps.

Just follow the simple instructions provided below. And soon you’ll be giving friends and family members one-of-a-kind holiday collage card creations for the season!

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Deck Your Toys With Holiday Headwear

Bonnie Burton | December 15, 2011

While everyone knows Darth Vader for his intimidating black helmet, another famous fella can be spotted a mile away — even way up in the sky — from his signature headwear as well.

To celebrate the holiday season, here’s a handy guide on how to make festive Santa (and elf) hats for your Star Wars action figures, statues and toys!

What You Need:

1. Red and Green felt
2. Red and Green construction paper
3. Red and Green ribbon
4. Cotton
5. Craft glue
6. Needle and thread
7. Paperclips
8. Stapler
9. Scissors
10. Tape
11. Adult-sized Santa hat

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New Star Wars Snowflakes Craft!

Bonnie Burton | December 11, 2011

Remember that awesome dad who Photoshopped Ewoks into his family vacation photos so his kids could believe Ewoks were real? And then gave his daughter an adorkable Star Wars Disney Princesses birthday cake?

Well, now awesome dad, Anthony Herrera is back and he’s crafted some rather cool Star Wars Paper Snowflakes of Admiral Ackbar, Yoda, Ahsoka Tano and more!


Anthony writes:

When someone shared with me the Stars Wars snowflakes featured on Matters of Grey we were excited to make them. They turned out great, but we wanted to create more. The design seemed easy enough, so I got to work. There are so many rich characters in the Star Wars universe, the possibilities seem endless. I created a few designs based off of characters that I liked or thought would have a cool look as a snowflake. I recommend getting a very sharp X-acto knife for the inner details.

Learn how to make these cool snowflakes and more here:
Star Wars Snowflakes by Anthony Herrera


Make Yoda Cookie Ornaments!

Bonnie Burton | December 2, 2011

It’s that time of year again to decorate your Christmas tree with plenty of Star Wars ornaments! Be sure to check out this easy Star Wars craft by justJENN Designs using Williams-Sonoma cookie cutters!

Yoda Cookie Ornaments Craft Tutorial (via justJENN.com)

Star Wars Advent Calendar Craft

Bonnie Burton | November 28, 2011

Counting down to the holidays can be fun, especially when you make this Star Wars Advent Calendar. You never know who will be peaking behind the door each day! Will it be a C-3PO reindeer? Or maybe Yoda baking cookies? Create this one-of-a-kind funny calendar for December using old Christmas cards and Star Wars Insider magazine cut-outs!

What You Need:

  • Star Wars Insider magazine
  • White cardboard
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Old holiday cards and gift wrap scraps
  • Printout of numbers 1-31
  • Clear tape

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Star Wars Napkin Rings Craft

StarWars.com Team | November 22, 2011

During this holiday season, eat your meals in style with these fancy felt napkin rings of your favorite Star Wars characters! These napkin rings are easy to make and fun to use for any meal worthy of Jabba the Hutt.

What You Need:

  • Velcro circles
  • Scissors
  • Craft glue
  • Small googly eyes
  • Black, beige, gray, red, dark green, light green, brown and purple felt squares

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Knitted Death Star!

Bonnie Burton | November 16, 2011

If Darth Vader and the Empire knitted the Death Star instead of building it with expensive materials, those Rebels would have a hard time blowing it up! Get a free pattern from craftster Nicole Kostelec on Ravelry.com!

Get the pattern here:
Pattern: Knit Your Own Death Star (via @Craft)

Clone Trooper Cardboard Costume Craft

Bonnie Burton | November 2, 2011

Check out this full Clone Trooper costume (including helmet) made from cardboard! It’s a cool step-by-step project for the whole family!

How to Make a Child’s Clone Trooper Costume from Cardboard
(via Instructables.com)

Star Wars Pumpkin Stencils

Bonnie Burton | October 24, 2011

No Halloween is complete without a scary pumpkin in the window to greet trick or treaters. Make your own Star Wars pumpkin with these handy printout designs and easy steps below.

DOWNLOAD STAR WARS STENCILS PDF HERE.

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Chewbacco!

Bonnie Burton | October 19, 2011

Check out this Chewbacca sculpture made by artist Terry Border. It’s made with plastic snuff container, wire armature, dried chewing tobacco and glue. His bandolier is made from electrical and duct tape.

Read more about this here:
Chewing Tobacco Chewbacca from Terry Border (/via Craft Zine)