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Check out the cute and cuddly Yodas and Boba Fetts on display over at Superpunch!
Here is one set, and there are a bunch more at the link.
I saw this at Dollar Store Crafts, and had to share : 9 Handmade Star Wars Costumes
Here’s one — too cute and funny. There are a bunch more, from Yoda to Jedi to Clone Troopers to Leia… Go see ’em all!
“Star Wars fans make costumes all year-round for various events, so it’s no surprise that there are a lot of costumes from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away represented at Halloween.… [ KEEP READING ]
I’m blown away by the awesomeness of this Star Wars party by Just Jenn. From the cutest lil Princess Leia cupcakes to clever Cloud City Pops, to Yoda Soda (straight from Dagobah!) to Carbonite Jello (complete with Han Solo action figure!), this is a great spread… She even did a deathstar watermelon (remember our deathstar cantaloupe from the Star Wars party this summer)? There’s bunches more too…
Need a little more Star Wars in your life? Inspired by this summer’s Clone Cupcakes and the Stuff on a Stick contest on Instructables, I was inspired the other day to create this tasty little Clone Army…
The pops are basically Rolo candies, covered in marshmallow fondant, with fondant details. No baking required!
Though I do admit that they are a bit time consuming…
But were definitely appreciated by the young Star Wars fans…
Wanna Make them yourself?… [ KEEP READING ]
I promised more on the food for the party – we did it as a brunch to try to beat the heat a little bit. Since it’s food related, I’ve actually posted the writeup over at Foodwhirl: Menu for the birthday party brunch food. So go check it out!
The menu included Deathstar Cantaloupe, Mr Slushie Dogs, Roast Bantha, and even Platypus Eggs!
(Thanks to the Evil Mad Scientists for the Deathstar Cantaloupe idea!)
For the Clone Wars section of the birthday party, (for the Phineas and Ferb themed cake, go here!) the hubby and I came up with the idea for upside down clone trooper helmet cupcakes. These cupcakes were the hit of the party with the five-year-old boy set, though I will warn you, they are a bit time consuming to assemble. But well worth it! So here’s how to do them.… [ KEEP READING ]