May the fourth be with you!
2015 is shaping up to be a very exciting year for fans of The Force so why not start celebrating now?
With our own Luke to plan parties for for quite a few years to come I’m sure we’ll have a Star Wars themed event at least once and parties like Jack’s 5th birthday described by his mum Jami on her blog The Blackberry Vine provide lots of inspiration. Food tags and a sign-in sheet are just two of the printables she provides. Find her light saber invitations here, and every little Yoda needs thank you cards to send afterwards so don’t miss her Thankful I Am post and printables too.
Christie at Lemon Squeezy Home has also had the privilege of organising a Star Wars themed birthday party and links to the sources of the printables she used in Star Wars Birthday: Part One and Part Two.
Five Marigolds designed You’re A Trooper favour bags for their Star Wars themed party and provides the image as a free downloadable printable.
We may not even be half way through the year yet but seeing as Star Wars fans are eagerly looking forward to December anyway it doesn’t seem too inappropriate to include a couple of Christmas related links.
Anthony Herrera has “been designing Star Wars themed snowflakes for everyone to download, cut, clip, unfold, bandage bloody fingers, and display proudly for the holidays” for four years and his latest set includes Captain Rex, Greedo, Han Solo, Jabba the Hutt, Space Slug, Tie Fighter Attack and Wampa.
And over at Dixie Delights you can download a Wookie Cookies gift tag to go with your edible homemade gifts.
Halloween comes first of course and we previously linked to Star Wars pumpkin carving templates via Fun Finds for Families in Printable Pumkpin Carving Templates and Day of the Dead Star Wars themed skull bunting from Kids Chaos in Turn your amiable abode into a haunted Halloween house.
Need a costume for Halloween or an earlier party and have a few orange garments lying around? Click on Filth Wizadry’s X-Wing Flight Suit T-Shirt Printable which Lindsey made to accompany her DIY X-Wing Fighter Pilot’s Helmets.
Still looking for more? Amy from Some of the Best Things in Life Are Mistakes has posted a round-up too including posters, masks, chore charts, colouring pages and puppet sticks.
Do you love finding printables on the internet? Do you have particular favourites? Or have you featured some on your own blog? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your links and we may be able to feature them in a future post.