Star Wars Inspired Crafts For Kids are something that kids can enjoy doing.
This the popularity of Star Wars, this is a hit when it comes to finding crafts for kids to enjoy doing!
Star Wars Inspired Crafts For Kids
This is a listing of some inexpensive crafts for kids to enjoy doing.
There are craft ideas for most ages included.
Did you see my post on How to Make a Family Movie Night at home? There are some great ideas listed that you may also enjoy for your own home movie night!
Star Wars® Origami shows the fun of paper folding with the for fans of everything Star Wars.
Perfect for Ages 8-11. Enjoy 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects.
Make these fun Star Wars flyers that fly with the force. Star Wars Folded Flyers will speed through the living room as well as they do in outer space. Each of the six-starfighter designs has been tested and are custom-designed papers - representing galactic vehicle exteriors, authentic to the last bolt. With five copies of each design, kids can have a fleet of Y-wings and X-wings at their command.
From Han Solo to Boba Fett, you can create these ten Star Wars figures!
This 48-page instruction book has step-by-step directions and color photos to help you.
The kit also includes everything you need to make all ten characters, including multiple colors of felt, stuffing, a needle, embroidery floss, and die-cut templates.
Great craft idea for adults and kids!
Diamond Painting Kits are Currently Popular DIY Home Decor. Diamond Painting Kits for Adults Kids Use the Special Round Crystal Rhinestone Diamond and the Designed Pattern to Make a Reasonable Combination to Realize the Shining and vivid Handmade Crafts.
See this Diamond Painting Kit for Beginners.
This kit comes with Canvas, Diamonds, Tools. Canvas Size 15.7 X 11.8 .
The IncrediBuilds Star Wars X-wing Book and 3D Wood Model Figure Kit features a do-it-yourself, paintable, customizable and collectible 3-D wooden toy model based on the Star Wars movies!
No glue required. 73pcs. Ages 12+
The IncrediBuilds Star Wars R2-D2 book and 3D Wood Model Figure Kit features a do-it-yourself, paintable, customizable and collectible 3-D toy wooden model based on the Star Wars movies!
No glue required. 81pcs. Ages 12+
The IncrediBuilds Star Wars: The Last Jedi BB-8 Book and 3D Wood Model Figure Kit features a do-it-yourself, paintable, customizable and collectible 3-D wooden toy model based on the Star Wars movies!
No glue required. 85pcs. Ages 12+
This paint set includes three pre-printed Mandalorian canvases , an easel, six paint pods, and a paintbrush for easy art. The canvases are just the right size to sustain attention without being overwhelming.
This Clay Yoda Star Wars DIY Craft is perfect for anyone asking is polymer clay good for beginners.
This clay is easy to use and a favorite for many.
Make a simple Star Wars inspired Yoda craft using Polymer clay.
Polymer clay is a modeling clay used in projects such as this one.
When baked at a low temperature, this clay gets hard.
It is perfect for gifts that anyone can make (ornaments etc).
Here is what you need to make this Yoda craft.
- Parchment Paper
- Rimmed Baking Sheet.
- Polymer Clay.
- Clay cutting and piercing tools (age appropriate).
- Mod podge
- Paint brush
How to make a polymer Yoda.
Step one: prepare the workspace.
Line the rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. This will be your workspace and also for baking.
Get your clay ready to use.
Step two: make the Yoda.
Make the balls that will be used to to construct the body. Use a millimeter ruler to measure.
Roll a brown 6 centimeter ball for the body, 4 centimeter green ball for the head, 2 - 2 centimeter green balls for ears, 2 - ½ centimeter black balls for eyes and 2 - ¼ centimeter green balls for hands.
The brown ball (body- 6cm): Form the brown ball into a cylinder shape that slightly tapers at the top.
Small Green Balls (hands- 2 ¼cm): Form the small green balls into hands and stick to the brown body.
Large Green Balls (head- 4cm): Form the large green ball into a round head shape and use a cutting tool to create a mouth.
Smaller Green Balls (ears- 2 cm): Form the two smaller green balls into triangular shaped ears and attach to the sides of the head
Black Balls (eyes- 2 ½cm): Form the two black balls into eye shapes and attach to the front of the head.
Step three: bake and seal.
Bake your constricted figure as directed on the packaging.
Then allow the figure to fully cool. Finally, seal the figure with the Mod Podge.