Day 5 of our Star Wars Snowflakes week. We rarely do 2 posts in a day, but if Rogue One‘s opening weekend doesn’t warrant it, I’m not sure what will 🙂
Day 4 of our Star Wars Snowflakes week… and I’ve got nothing.
We have been so busy focusing on Rogue One (pixel patterns and LEGO sets) that I almost forgot to share the M4P exclusive Snowflake Patterns I promised to post before Christmas.
So each day for the rest of this week we will share a new downloadable Star Wars Snowflake pattern. ENJOY!
We are currently working on this year’s Halloween costumes. Last night, my daughter tried her’s on. As she was grinning from ear to ear, she said the sweetest thing: When I wear the costumes you make for me, I feel warm inside.
Yoda is a dichotomy. Child-like yet wise. Small yet powerful. A puppet, yet in many ways the most real and relatable character in the Star Wars universe.
He is also the only character that is (almost universally) loved by the absolute youngest fans, as well as the oldest. The really young’uns are scared or don’t connect to most other characters. The characters they do love, Jar Jar and the Ewoks, many adults can’t stand. But Yoda is different, and I think it is precisely because of the opposites he embodies.
Today, we are doing a simpler version of the Lightsaber Hilt Napkin Rings. This easier version requires less time, less mess, and less sharp tools… but is just as much fun to make…maybe even more so. ‘Cuz who doesn’t enjoy doing crafts with paper towel rolls and Duct tape 🙂