All of our boys love Star Wars, and with the new movie coming out this year, we’ve been in a Star Wars mood!
Aren’t these Star Wars characters fun? We printed them from Cubee Craft.
You can print them in color, but we don’t have a black and white printer. We colored them in with colored pencils, and I think they turned out great!
Cubee Craft also has Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Tips: These are definitely for older kids! Maybe ages 10+, or younger with help. My 11 year old can make them, but not my 8 year old. This is not a scissors project – you will need an X-Acto knife. The instructions said that they hold together without tape or glue, and that’s true… But we added tape for extra support. The younger boys wanted to handle them, of course, and the tape made them more sturdy.
STAR WARS PAPER PLANES
These Star Wars paper planes are fun to make! They are definitely easier than the cube characters.
These planes came from the book Star Wars Folded Flyers.
Aidan has really enjoyed making the paper flyers in this book. Be aware, though, that it does not make 30 different flyers. You get 5 copies each of 6 different designs. Still a good value for the price, we thought.
We don’t have this book, but it looks fun – Star Wars Origami!
MORE PAPER CRAFTS
Check out this post on All for the Boys for more freeprintable Star Wars crafts! I especially like the finger puppets.