So, there’s this little movie coming out next month – maybe you’ve heard of it? Just a small film in the Star Wars series. No biggie. It’s not like I grew up on the originals or anything. I didn’t want to marry Han Solo, mostly so Chewbacca would have my back. And forget about those cinnamon buns on Princess Leia’s head. I was never sad I didn’t have enough hair to pull that off. Nope. Sniff.
I might not have enough hair for princess buns, but I could definitely manage these Princess Leia Cupcakes from Totally the Bomb.
This Star Wars Quiet Book pattern from Etsy seller juliebell would keep just about any kid busy for a while.
This crocheted Death Star Cushion from Pops de Milk belongs on my couch.
I made these Star Wars Hair Clips or Shoe Toppers for Undercover Tourist a while back, but it just dawned on me that if you add a little loop between the layers they would make great Christmas ornaments.
This R2-D2 Dress Costume from Make It and Love It is cuter than R2 himself. And he’s pretty darn cute, if you ask me.
If you’re looking to show your Star Wars love a little more subtly, try this Subway Eye Chart Art from Hodge Podge.
Check out this handsome little Han Solo from Peek-a-Boo Pages, then click through within the post for a Chewbacca costume to match.
I haven’t checked out this Star Wars Craft Book by Bonnie Burton myself, but from the description and the reviews it just made my must-read list.
You can find this wise, old Yoda Bag right here.
How amazing is this Darth Vader Quilt from Shwin and Shwin?
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