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The latest Star Wars movie “The Force Awakens” has captivated young and old fans of the long-running popular franchise for weeks now at the box office. Have you seen it yet? These fun and clever Star Wars crafts are awesome ways to keep the force going strong and awaken your creativity! Make droids, incredible snowflakes, paper tube characters, and more intergalactic projects that will keep your little Star Wars fans happy.

Incredible Star Wars Snowflakes (via hello, Wonderful)
See how easy it is to make these amazing snowflakes using Anthony Herrera’s free printable Star Wars designs.

Star Wars Paper Tube Characters (via hello, Wonderful)
Make your favorite Star Wars characters using just paper tubes!

DIY Lightsaber (via Lemon Lime Adventures)
We’ve seen lots of DIY play lightsabers around, but this amazing one actually lights up and works!

Plastic Egg R2-D2 DIY Toy (via El Hada de Papel)
These adorable R2-D2’s are a fun way to upcycle those plastic egg favors and they wobble looking just as cute as the real bots in the movie.

Star Wars Printable Banner (via Skona Hem)
All you need to do is print and cut these free printables to hang up for an instant Star Wars themed party or room decor for an enthused little fan.

Recycled Droid Craft (via All For The Boys)
Not only are these droids super cute, they’re made of common recycled items around the home so you won’t have to venture far to get to making them.

Star Wars Party Favors (via Mad In Crafts)
A genius Star Wars Party favor idea. Find out how to roll up coloring books into lightsabers!

The Force Is Strong Free Printable (via A Bubbly Life)
We can’t resist rainbow colors and love this colorful and cheeky addition to a nursery with this memorable Star Wars quote.

Star Wars Peg Dolls (via Sarah Yewman)
Star Wars characters as peg dolls takes cute to another level. Even if you’re not an artist, you’ll be inspired to make your own after seeing this painted peg doll tutorial.

Space Shuttle Craft (via I Heart Crafty Things)
Make your own recycled spaceship using just paper tubes and let your favorite Star Wars figurines prepare for takeoff.

Yoda Handprint Card (via I Heart Arts n Crafts)
Show dad he’s the best with this adorable handprint keepsake card featuring the wise Jedi Master.

Star Wars Moon Dough (via In The Playroom)
An easy sensory activity to set up that incorporates fun Star Wars small world play.

Star Wars Droid Craft (via Kix Cereal)
An utterly cute Star Wars Droid you can customize using a cereal box!

What are your favorite Star Wars crafts? Check out more creative ideas for kids here!

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.