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Star Wars Crafts to Celebrate May the Fourth

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Are you looking for Star Wars crafts for kids? If so, you’ve came to the right place. These easy Star Wars crafts are the perfect way to celebrate May the Fourth this year. Keep reading to discover my favorite Star Wars crafts for kids and to grab the Star Wars craft printables.

star wars crafts for kids

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Easy Star Wars crafts for kids

1. Faux Stained Glass BB-8 craft

Here’s an easy and cheap Star Wars craft of BB-8 for your kids to create this May. With a total of less than $2 spent, you can’t pass this up!

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Faux Stained Glass BB-8 craft – Raising Whasians

2. Star Wars Galaxy Slime

It’s no secret that slime is a pretty big deal to kids. This Star Wars Galaxy Slime by Parenting Chaos is a simple recipe for you to try out this May.

star wars crafts for kids

Be sure to gather the following materials for this fun Star Wars craft:

3. Cardboard Tube Ewoks

I don’t know about you, but I love Ewoks. When I saw Crafts by Amanda create these adorable Ewok crafts, I knew I needed to try them myself as a May the Fourth craft.

star wars ewok craft

Just gather some paper tubes, brown pipe cleaners, felt, googly eyes, and felt glue for a simple Star Wars craft for kids.

4. Paper Plate Porgs

Here’s another paper plate craft of a Star Wars character that is simple enough for kids to create. To recreate this paper plate Porg from Clementine County, just get paint, construction paper, a paper plate, and a black pipe cleaner.

paper plate star wars craft

Grogu Bookmark

#5 on our list of adorable Star Wars crafts for adults and kids is a super fun Grogu corner bookmark. Grogu is one of the world’s most favorite Star Wars characters for a lot of reasons, so of course I had to create a cute Grogu craft for kids to create.

star wars crafts for adults

Grab the template below and follow the steps to create your own Yoda craft and bookmark for your next book.

Step 1

Trace the template patterns on your choice of colored paper and cut them out.

Step 2

Glue the pieces of Grogu together.

Step 3

Use a sharpie to draw the eyes, nose and mouth on the paper craft Grogu figure.

Now let’s build Grogu’s pod!

Step 4

Attach the small pod base on the large pod base. Then, glue the strip cutout along the top side of the pod’s front part (half-base).

Step 5

Attach the 2 small square cutouts (with 2 rounds corners) on both pointy sides of the pod base pattern. Flip the half-base to the opposite side and apply glue along the round edge.

Step 6

Place the glued round edge of the half-base on the bottom side of the main base pattern. This will form a pocket-like pattern. Use a sharpie to trace the pod outlines.

You can now insert the paper craft Grogu through the top open side of the half-base.

grogu star wars craft

Step 7

Take a piece of square paper that’s 16 cm x 16 cm. Use the square paper to make an origami corner bookmark.

Step 8:

Attach the paper craft pod (with the Grogu paper figure inside) on the triangle side of the origami corner bookmark to complete the craft.

Star Wars Paper Crafts

6. Star Wars Crayon Resist Death Star

I just love how crayon resist art turns out. When I saw this easy Death Star craft for kids I knew I had to try it too.

You will love that it is simple enough for even your youngest Star Wars fan to recreate and that you most likely have the supplies on hand.

7. Star Wars Wookie Paper Bag Craft

If you’re looking for an adorable Star Wars puppet for kids to make this May, you’ve got to try this Wookie craft for kids.

Chewbacca crafts are always so fun to make, and this Star Wars paper bag craft does not disappoint.

8. Origami Darth Vader

This origami Darth Vader is seriously the neatest thing. I love the way it looks when it’s put together as it makes an adorable Star Wars craft or decoration. Follow the step by step instructions from Origami Expressions to recreate your own for your next Star Wars party or Star Wars day.

origami darth vader craft

9. Yoda Paper Bag Puppet

Paper bag crafts are always so fun for kids to make. This Yoda craft from Glue Sticks and Gum Drops has got to be one of my favorites for celebrating Star Wars day this May.

yoda paper bag puppet

Just grab your construction paper, googly eyes, and a paper bag to create this Star Wars craft in no time.

10. Star Wars Snowflakes

Creating snowflakes are one of my favorite winter activities. This May, let’s bring the snow back for a moment and create Star Wars themed snowflakes. Grab a link to the printable pattern from The Joys of Boys.

star wars craft

11. Star Wars Yoda Shape Craft

My turkey shape craft was such a hit this past Thanksgiving that I’ve been wanting to find another way to incorporate teaching shapes into crafts again. When I saw this adorable Star Wars Yoda craft from Toddler Approved, I knew I had to include it in todays post.

star wars shape craft of yoda

Get all the details on making this adorable Star Wars shape craft for kids on their page.

12. Black Glue Star Wars Droids

Simple Everyday Mom is giving a free droid template so you can create these adorable Star Wars crafts for kids. What better way to celebrate May 4th then with this free Star Wars craft printable?

star wars craft ideas for kids

More Star Wars Crafts for Adults and Kids

13. Paper Plate Baby Yoda

Paper plate crafts always turn out adorable. Especially this baby Yoda craft from Mom Brite.

Grab some construction paper, a paper plate, and the free template for your chance to make an easy Star Wars craft this May.

baby yoda craft

14. Star Wars Soap Making for Kids

Do you have a reluctant hand washer or a die-hard Star Wars fan who would love mini Star Wars shaped bars of soap? Steam Powered Family has a great recipe for creating soap with Star Wars silicone molds.

star wars soap making for kids

15. Baby Yoda Mason Jar Bank

Teach your children financial literacy this May with a cute Star Wars themed piggy bank from Thrifty Jinxy.

baby yoda craft for kids

Just gather a few supplies such as:

16. Star Wars Painted Rocks

Create your favorite Star Wars characters with this adorable Star Wars craft idea from Rock Painting Guide


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Star Wars Painted Rocks – Rock Painting Guide

Your rocks will need to have a smooth surface, so not just any rock will do. I love using these craft rocks for projects like this along with special rock paint markers.

17. Sponge Printed Death Star

Grab your cardboard boxes and get ready for a fun day of crafting. With a little bit of paint, you too can turn an old Amazon box into a sponge printed Death Star craft.

star wars crafts for kids
Sponge Printed Death Star – Crafts on Sea

18. DIY Yoda Felt Plush

As you can tell, I have a soft spot for Yoda crafts. Grab the free sewing pattern from EZ Dis to recreate this adorable felt plush Star Wars craft yourself.

baby yoda craft

19. Lego Star Wars Speeders

What kid doesn’t like Legos? I know mine do. These easy Star Wars speeders are a fun craft to do with the Star Wars fanatics in your life. Just use left over Lego pieces you have lying around your house or grab a whole new set.

lego star wars craft
Lego Star Wars Speeders – Frugal Fun 4 Boys

20. Star Wars Finger Puppets

You’re not going to want to miss out on creating these adorable felt Star Wars finger puppets from The Idea Room. Grab her templates to recreate them today.

star wars finger puppets

21. Star Wars Moon Dough

Last but not least on my list of the best Star Wars crafts for kids, is moon dough from In the Playroom. Moon dough is a great sensory activity for little ones to play with as they improve their fine motor skills.

I love the texture of this dough. It’s similar to Kinetic Sand, minus the fluffiness that comes with it. Just add your favorite Star Wars figurines and enjoy hours of Star Wars fun.

star wars playdough
Star Wars Moon Dough – In the Playroom

In Conclusion

I hope you found some great Star Wars crafts for adults and kids alike. Which Star Wars craft will you be trying this May? Are there any I should add to my list? Let me know in the comment section below and May the Fourth be with you!

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