DIY DISPLAY STAND

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IT’S ALL TOO EASY.

If your Star Wars action figures are outgrowing your shelf space, or you’re the type who just likes to be a little more organized, you can make your own custom display stand in almost no time at all! Spray paint and decals can turn a boring, tiered wooden spice shelf into a scene straight out of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.

This action figure display stand is inspired by the duel on the steps of Bespin’s carbon-freezing chamber — as seen below in an animated short from Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures. (We won’t judge you if you decide to use it just to re-enact the iconic lightsaber battle between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.)

What You’ll Need

Wooden spice shelf (3-tier)
Black spray paint
Black acrylic paint
Red adhesive vinyl sheet
5/8” circle paper hole punch
Scissors
Ruler
Pencil

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DIY DEATH STAR VALENTINE

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NOW WITNESS THE POWER OF THIS FULLY ARMED AND OPERATIONAL POP-UP CARD.

You might not think about love when you gaze upon the Death Star (unless, perhaps, you’re Director Orson Krennic), but your valentine will know you care when you hand them this handmade card. This simple pop-up card can be assembled quickly, no doubling of efforts required!What You’ll Need

  • Textured silver scrapbook paper
  • Black, red, orange, and yellow card stock or scrapbook paper
  • 65 cm heart paper punch
  • Small heart paper punch
  • Black permanent marker
  • White acrylic paint
  • Clear glue
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush
  • Pencil
  • Black pen

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DIY DROID WIND CHIMES

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THE OUTDOOR DECORATION YOU’RE LOOKING FOR.

The refreshing breeze on a summer’s evening can make you feel like anything is possible. You might not have ever thought you’d hear Star Wars droids make music together, but that same cool wind can make it happen with this upcycled craft: Droid Wind Chimes!Grab some tin cans from your recycling bin to create your favorite astromech droids, and then string them together to create a unique wind chime. Hang it on your porch and you’ll be reminded of some of your most beloved Star Warscharacters year-round.

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STAR PILOT PLANTERS

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SPRING INTO ACTION WITH THESE STAR WARS-INSPIRED DIY FLOWER POTS.

Who really is the best star pilot in the galaxy? Star Wars Rebels’ Hera Syndulla? “One hell of a pilot” Poe Dameron? Or maybe that scoundrel Han Solo? It’s okay if you can’t pick just one — you can choose all three with this craft honoring the best pilots in the galaxy.These painted pots put the perfect Star Wars spin on your springtime plants with subtle homages to your favorite pilots.

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DIY VALENTINE’S DAY CARD INSPIRED BY ROSE TICO

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An electro-shock prod might not immediately make you think of Valentine’s Day, but if your loved one is a fan of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, they’ll be shocked when they see you made them a handmade card inspired by one of the film’s breakout characters.

Rose Tico uses her electro-shock prod to stop anyone trying to make a getaway — as Finn found out — but this thoughtful card is for that special someone who has made a getaway with your heart. Let the sparks fly with this how-to.

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DIY INFERNO SQUAD ORNAMENT

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Star Wars Battlefront II introduces Star Wars fans to the Inferno Squad, a mysterious and covert team of which some of the highest-ranking officials in the Empire aren’t even aware. Led by the determined and driven Iden Versio, Inferno Squad is the best of the best.

And so are you. Once you’ve walked a few parsecs in Iden’s boots in Battlefront II’s campaign mode, you’re practically a member of Inferno Squad yourself. Show off your team allegiance with a not-so-covert DIY ornament that can be hung from your tree, doorknob, or anywhere you want to flaunt your Imperial pride.

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