7 Star Wars crafts

Mini Jedi masters will love these Star Wars-themed crafts. With everything from Rainbow Loom patterns to Stormtrooper helmets, we've rounded up our favourite DIY projects you can work on as a family.

7 Star Wars crafts

Star Wars crafts

Get crafty

Celebrate the epic space franchise on May 4th, or any day you're feeling galactic, with one of these fun crafts.

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Star Wars character toilet rolls

Stash away your empty toilet paper rolls for this simple craft. Using supplies you likely already have on hand, your little Jedi can construct Princess Leia, Chewbacca and R2-D2.

Get the instructions: Kids Activity Blog>

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Milk jug Stormtrooper helmet

This is a fun project to work on as a team, as in parents do most of the work while the kids get super jazzed. If you can't source a milk jug (ahem, Ontarians with your bagged milk), try using a juice jug.

Get the instructions: Filth Wizardry>

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Rainbow Loom lightsaber

If your little Star Wars fan is a Rainbow Loom enthusiast, try tackling this fun project. The finished product makes a great zipper charm on a jacket or backpack.

Get the instructions: Frugal Fun for Boys>

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Star Wars snowflakes

We're OK with snow as long as it's from a galaxy far, far away. Download the PDFs on the site to make your own Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Han Solo, AT-AT Walkers and more.

Get the patterns: Anthony Herrera Designs>

7 Star Wars craftsPhoto: Anthony Herrera Designs


Molten lava slime

On the volcano-filled planet of Mustafar, Obi-Wan and Anakin duke it out amid a backdrop of molten lava! Fans can recreate this scene with their Lego and some homemade slime. Even if you don't want to reenact the scene, who doesn't like playing with goop?

Get the instructions: Fun-A-Day>

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Pool noodle lightsabers

This craft is great if you're hosting a Star Wars-themed birthday party. All you need are pool noodles and tape!

Get the instructions: Muddy Boots Blog>

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Foam Chewbacca bookmark

A printable template and sticky-backed foam makes this an easy and relaxing craft with little cleanup. Plus, the finished product is the perfect bookmark to hold your child's place in their favourite Star Wars books.

Get the instructions: Momstart>

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This article was originally published on May 04, 2015

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