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May the 4th be with you Fun Crafts Kids!
It’s May the 4th, or otherwise known as Star Wars Day! In honour of the day, we’re bringing you a round up of 12 Star Wars Crafts!
Lightsaber Sensory bottles are a great craft to make for a calming after school activity which the children will return to time and time again!
Add a little science to playtime by creating a Death Star which erupts!
You can’t celebrate Star Wars Day without cake can you? We love these super black velvet vader cakes! ARen’t they fabulous for anyone who favours the darkside!!
Off to the gym? You can still join in with Star Wars Day! Turn your plain running vest into a super effective R2D2 costume! You’ll be the envy of the gym!
Now, if you’re really in the mood to celebrate May 4th, you’ll need a costume! We’re very fond of a home made costume, especially one which is quick and simple to make! This Rey costume can be whipped up in 30 minutes – perfect for a last minute costume party!
Whether you’re settling down to watch a Star Wars movie – or maybe you’re taking the kids to play out their favourite scenes at the park, an ice pole disguised as a light saber is a great fun snack!
Keen to encourage imaginative play? We love finger puppets! These super puppets are perfect to encourage little ones to take their favourite characters on an adventure! They’re also a great toy to take on a journey as they are easy to pack!
Give a Star Wars feel to the bedroom by stencilling pillow cases. We think this would be super for a cushion makeover too – especially in a student house! The ideal guft for someone starting Uni in September perhaps?
The iconic hair of Princess Leia, we’ve tried many times to copy those perfect buns – unsuccessfully. So, get your crochet hook ready! Get the perfect Princess Leia look with a crocheted beanie/wig!
A Death Star Pinata you say? RedTedArt pulls it out of the bag again with this wonderful party piece
Need a quiet time activity for older children? Star Wars snowflakes are perfect to keep them busy and look so pretty too!
And how adorable are these PORGs? The cutest little Porg paperchain we ever did see from KidsChaos.com
May the 4th – be with you!
We hope that you’ve enjoyed this round up selection of Star Wars, May the 4th crafts – we have LOTS of crafts on our website – and we’d love you to tag us on social media too – you can find us @FunCraftsKids on twitter, facebook, and instagram – come say hello!
Here’s a useful link to more Star Wars ideas to inspire you, grab a cuppa and explore!