Star Wars Snowflakes

Star Wars! It’s still cold and snowy where I live, but even if it wasn’t, why not put up some Star Wars snowflake decorations! I found these awesome patterns online from Anthony Herrera Designs, they’re really creative and quite detailed. I highly recommend them as a decoration for any Star Wars fan, like myself. Best displayed on windows and glass doors!

I carefully cut these out right before the holiday season and put them up on the window as a pretty awesome decoration. I made a total of 18, it was very time consuming because of all the small details to cut out.The first couple I tried just using scissors, but then I found it to be much easier with a exact-o craft knife. Of course you have to do it on a cutting board and not anything you want cut up. It’s a mess too with all the little paper scraps, but I think it was worth it.

They are pretty delicate so I carefully laminated each one and cut them into nice shapes. My favorite is probably the ‘AT-ST’ with the trees and small Ewoks. It was one of the more complicated that I spent a lot of time on and I think it turned out great. A few weren’t as good, especially the ones I started with. You can find a picture of a few of my favorites just posted in my Crafts Gallery!

So make your own Star Wars snowflakes, if you laminate them like I did you can re-use them as decorations each winter. They make great presents too!!

Patterns found here from Anthony Herrera Designs:

Star Wars Snowflake Patterns 2012

Star Wars Snowflake Patterns 2013

Happy St.Patrick's Day!!

#tutorials #starwars

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