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Star Wars May the 4th craft projects to keep kids busy during closing



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Attack of the Admiral Sackbars! Make this easy Admiral Ackabar bag doll to reenact your own Star Wars adventures.


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If you're stuck during the coronavirus lockout on May 4 and need some fun activities for yourself and maybe some rambunctious kids, dive into these simple Star Wars crafts. [19659006] You don't need Jedi Master level sewing skills for these projects, and many of the supplies are probably already in the house.

Bantha Plush Toy

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Make your own cuddly Bantha.


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Elke Tusken Raider needs a reliable bantha to drive around Tatooine. These elephant-sized creatures with long ram-like horns first appeared in Star Wars: A New Hope, and it's easy to make your own cuddly bantha with some felt, faux fur (or an old fluffy sweater), stuffing, thread and a lot love.

Read the tutorial about Bantha Plush Toys here.

Princess Leia Hair Buns Headband

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This Princess Leia hair bun headband is perfect for a quick Star Wars makeover.


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Do you need the perfect headgear for a Princess Leia cosplay? Or maybe you have such a bad hair day that you cringe an Ewok ? Wear this easy-to-make Princess Leia headband for a hairstyle that is always in fashion with the Rebel Alliance. All you need is a headband, brown thread and glue.

Read the tutorial about Princess Leia Hair Buns Headband crafting here.

Jabba the Hutt Body Pillow

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This Jabba the Hutt body pillow is comfortable and easy to make.


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Sometimes you just want to take a nap on an extra large body pillow in the shape of Jabba the Hutt. Good news: You don't even have to wear an uncomfortable Slave Leia costume to do it. This craft can be made with a green fleece blanket, beige sweatshirt, felt, thread, glue, and some pillow filling.

Read the tutorial about Jabba the Hutt Body Pillow craftwork here.

Star Wars Action Figure Magnets

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Let Greedo remind you of your shopping list with this Star Wars magnetic craft.


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For all Star Wars fans who don't think you have the Jedi skills, this is perhaps the easiest project yet. All you need are extra action figures like this one from Greedo, glue and round magnets, and before you know it the whole cast of Star Wars will be hanging on your fridge. These are also great gifts.

Read here the tutorial about Star Wars Action Figure Magnets crafts.


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