DIY Luke and Vader Lightswitch | Make:
This simple DIY light switch cover by Mmm Crafts literally made me laugh out loud. What a hilarious way to go from the DARK SIDE to light and to make sure the force is always with your home decor.
Star Wars Crochet and Knitting Charts | Make:
Bonnie points us to these fab Star Wars crochet and knitting charts by Leah Fenton. You'll find charts of everything from the Death Star to your favorite
Amazing Crochet Salacious Crumb | Make:
Star Wars fans will have no trouble recognizing this character crocheted by Alison of Crafty is Cool. Salacious Crumb was Jabba the Hutt's ... sidekick?
Death Star Watermelon | Make:
I imagine the only thing that could make this Death Star watermelon any cooler would be if its sculptor, Flickr user Silverisdead, was able to replicate
Dark Lord of the Sky: Homemade Darth Vader balloon | Make:
This a rad, a Belgian Star Wards fan, Benoît Lambert got permission (and made) a Darth Vader hot air balloon! Lucasfilm gave its approval for Lambert to
The Entire Star Wars Saga Cross-Stitched By Hand | Make:
You might've seen all the movies, read all the books, and even played all the video games, but now behold "The Coruscant Tapestry," a 30-foot long tapestry cross-stitched by artist Aled Lewis, which depicts the entire Star Wars Saga.
Mini Hoth Luke and Tauntaun | Make:
Intrepid papa spent three months crafting this awesome Hoth Luke costume, complete with homemade Tauntaun, for his four-year-old daughter.
It's a Trap! A Mousetrap. | Make:
Over on The Adventures of Accordion Guy in the Twenty-First Century, you'll find this awesome mousetrap with a painted portrait of Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars, with the apt blog title "Admiral Obvious." His oft-quoted line is implied here: "It's a trap!"
Gingerbread Star Wars Tie Fighter | Make:
Mmmmm! Gingerbread and Star Wars for the holidays!! Check out this gingerbread tie fighter that was made by flickr member firqoret. Don't miss all the
Star Wars Garbage Masher Cake | Make:
This rad Star Wars garbage masher cake from Jill of Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons makes me want to yell, "3PO! 3PO! 3PO!" I especially love the red