Check out these amazing (and pretty simple, too!) Star Wars crafts that are perfect for party activities — even for energetic kids!
Learn how to make an amazing Star Wars Death Star out of a paper lantern! They suggest painting a white paper lantern, but I recommend just buying a gray one, like this one, instead.
With a little extra decoration, you can celebrate Galactic Life Day, and/or the Christmas holidays, with Gingerbread (men) Wookies!
I love crafts which guests can easily make at parties — serving as a fun party activity, offering a memorable party favor to take home, and helping to celebrate the party theme, too. With a few simple materials, your guests can make and enjoy this “lightsaber” sensory bottle.
These luminaria, or paper lanterns, are perfect for letting after-dark guests know where the (Star Wars) party is at!
Here’s another fun craft, for your young guests to make, of everyone’s favorite villain, Darth Vader.
This origami pattern — with easy instructions on the printable template — would bring BB-8 to your guests’ place settings, or for use as a party activity, perhaps while waiting for other guests to arrive, or for their rides home.
Don’t underestimate the power of paper bag puppets! There’s a reason why they continue to be popular after many years. And this easy-to-make Yoda would be a fun activity at a Star Wars party, or for a rainy day activity.
My husband is philosophically opposed to any craft which uses toilet paper tubes. But for this one, with such darling little characters from the original Star Wars trilogy, even he was won over. Cute!
Your Star Wars party guests will need some way to carry all their fun Star Wars crafts home, and these printable R2-D2 patterns, easily applied to white lunch bags, are just the trick!
Enjoy your Star Wars party!