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DIY Star Wars Crafts Your Kids Can Do For “May The Fourth Be With You”

Star Wars is one of the biggest movie franchises in history. Are you a big fan of Princess Leia, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, R2D2, Chewbacca, and C3PO? If you are, then get ready to celebrate “May The Fourth Be With You” with these DIY Star Wars crafts.

With the Coronavirus pandemic, this year’s celebration will be a different one though. But don’t let the crisis stop you from channeling the Jedi in you. Here are the ideas you can do at home while in quarantine. Truly, the Force will be with you once you have completed your work of art.

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DIY Star Wars Craft Ideas for “May the Fourth Be With You”

1. Baby Yoda Mask

What craft project is complete without the adorable Baby Yoda? Make this really cute mask that works as a puppet as well.

2. Chewbacca Puppet

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Chewbacca is Han Solo’s trusty sidekick and co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon. You can create your own Chewbacca puppet with a brown paper bag, construction paper, or crayons.

3. Star Wars Tissue Roll Character

Whether it’s R2D2 or C3PO, or any other Star Wars character, creating a toilet paper roll character can be easy. Here are the instructions on how to make your toilet roll paper character.

4. Star Wars Chewbacca Bookmark

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Chewbacca has been very helpful for Han Solo in every Star Wars movie. Now, Chewy can be every bookworm’s partner with this Star Wars Chewbacca bookmark.

5. Star Wars Pool Noodle Single Lightsabers

Your kids can depict the scene when Luke Skywalker was battling Darth Vader in Return of The Jedi with these DIY pool noodle lightsabers. Here are the steps on how you can make the pool noodle single lightsaber.

6. Star Wars Pool Noodle Double Lightsabers

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After doing the single lightsaber from number 5, time to make one for a villain. Create Darth Maul’s double-ended lightsaber for your kid.

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7. Star Wars Death Star Pinata

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The Death Star is a moon-sized space station that has the ability to destroy an entire planet. Join the Rebels and defeat the Emperor and his Imperial Army with this Star Wars Death Star Pinata. Here’s how you can make your own.

8. Star Wars Stitch Craft

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This craft can help improve your kid’s hand-eye coordination and teaches them patience. It can be included as an activity during a Star Wars-themed birthday party.

9. Star Wars R2D2 Craft



Luke Skywalker’s droid has been with him throughout all his fights in the Star Wars films. Now your kids can make their own R2D2 droid.

10. Star Wars Galaxy Jars

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Hold the galaxy in your hand with this Star Wars Galaxy jars. It will glow in the dark and literally bring you out of this world and into a different universe. Here are the steps in making these Galaxy jars.

11. Star Wars Felt Finger Puppets

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Play pretend with your kids with this Star Wars finger puppets. Be Yoda, Luke Skywalker, or Princess Leia and have fun for several hours.

12. Star Wars Tin Can Lanterns

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Light up any Star Wars themed party with this Star Wars Tin Can Lanterns. Here are the steps on how to make them.

Watch this video from Mary Tardito for other ideas to celebrate your “May The Fourth”:



These DIY Star Wars crafts will help bring out the fan and Jedi in you. May the force be with you.

Do you have a Star War craft of your own? Share them in the comments section below.

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