20 Star Wars Crafts Kids Will Love
Do you love Star Wars? My family sure do and my hubby is so excited for the next instalment of Star Wars to come out. We have been talking a bit lately about making some Star Wars Crafts and I’ve been on pinterest and the internet looking for fun and easy ideas. Today I have a list of 20 fun and easy Star Wars Crafts For Kids. I hope you enjoy.
Star Wars Paper Crafts – Frugal Fun For Boys
Paper crafts are the simplest and easiest way to keep your toddler busy, and if you’re on the hunt for something Star Wars themed, here’s the perfect one!
Time to turn that paper bag into a fun puppet! This Yoda themed one is an excellent choice to get started on.
If you want a fun art project check out these free templates available over on the blog Craft Play Learn. They are fun star wars printables and easy to use. See also – free Star Wars Google Slides theme.
Star Wars Finger Puppets – The Idea Room
Finger puppets are another incredible way to keep your toddler busy, and making them yourself is even more fun. Here’s how to make some really cool Star Wars themed puppets!
Jedi Quiet Book – Julie’s Blog
The Quiet book is an excellent way to keep your toddler busy for a while without your supervision. Here’s how to make it!
Star Wars Bauble Craft – The Inspiration Edit
Looking for a fun Christmas themed activity for your kiddo that’s also perfect for the Star Wars fan in him? This easy bauble craft ticks both the boxes!
Star Wars Yoda Shape Craft – Toddler Approved
Get your little toddler to learn a lot about different shapes with this fun Yoda themed shape craft activity.
Chewbacca Craft – Crafts By Amanda
Here’s a Chewbacca craft with a difference! This fun project is super easy to make and all you need is just a few supplies.
DIY Star Wars Planet Mobile – Mad In Crafts
And here’s a fun toddler friendly activity that teaches your kiddo about space and also brings in the Star Wars fun!
Yoda Puppet – Coffee Cups And Crayons
Perfect for Star Wars day or just when you’re looking for a fun craft project to keep your toddler busy with, this puppet activity is a great choice.
Star Wars Perler Beads Craft – Frugal Fun For Boys
Want your toddler to try something different and fun with those Perler beads? Here’s something that’s Star Wars themed!
Darth Vader Bookmark – Red Ted Art
And here’s a fun Star Wars themed bookmark that’s super easy to make too! Get your toddler to try this when he’s feeling bored.
Star Wars Snowflakes – The Joy Of Boys
And here’s another fun Star Wars themed craft project to keep your toddler busy with! These paper snowflakes are actually themed!
Star Wars Peg Dolls – Blogs, Dogs, Frogs And Books
From Darth Vader to Chewbacca- there’s no dearth of fun when it comes to this Star Wars themed activity.
Jabba the Hutt Pillow – Dwell
And here’s a fun pillow project for all the Star Wars fans out there. This can be perfect on the couch or in a reading nook!
Yoda Bag – Crafty Staci
This sewing project might take a teeny bit of extra time, but is totally worth it! Get your toddler to help you create this fun Yoda themed bag!
R2D2 StarWars Pumpkins – DIY Candy
Perfect for the holiday season, these Star Wars themed pumpkins are incredibly easy to make, and look great too.
Star Wars Toilet Roll Characters – Kids Activities Blog
And of course, we just had to include a toilet roll project right! Help your toddler turn them into his favorite Star Wars characters.
Star Wars Angel Ornaments – DIY Geekery
And of course, you can never go wrong with some Star Wars themed ornaments to light up that Christmas tree! Here’s how to make it!
Star Wars Stitch Craft – Simplistically Living
Looking to introduce your kiddo to the basics of stitching? Here’s a fun Star Wars themed project to get him started on.
Pool Noodle Light Sabers – Muddy Boots Blog
Perfect for when you’re hosting a Star Wars themed party, you can turn these pool noodles into fun lightsabers in just a few steps.
Darth Vader Craft Stick – Crafts On Sea
Here’s taking that basic candy stick project up a notch! Get your toddler to try this easy project the next time he’s bored.
Did you see our Star Wars Rey Photo Shoot? You will love it!
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!