At long last, here is the final pattern of our popular May the Fourth be with You Party T-shirt series. You can of course use the downloadable patterns for a lot of other things too. I have an etched glass tumbler set in the works, as well as silkscreened place mats. Let us know what you are using them for. Send pictures – we would love to post them on our blog!
I know, I know! I promised to have all the May the Fourth be with You Party shirt downloadable patterns to you in plenty of time for the big day, so I better get going… Here is R2-D2, who despite some stiff competition this year, is still holding the top spot for our favorite droid ever.
A few weeks ago I shared that M4P mom was worried that our Christmas cards were going to be Star Wars themed. Well, she was right! (My mom is almost always right…) We sent them out a couple of weeks ago, and now I’m sharing them with you guys too.
The cards had a cut Star Wars snowflake on top, once you flipped that up, you can see the text, photos and design elements – all which are Star Wars themed. (Go further down the post to see the card in its entirety).
But this post really is not about Star Wars…. ‘cuz as much as we focus on fun, and arguably frivolous things here on this blog, we all know these are not the things that truly matter in life.
And here we are, the last of our merry Star Wars vector downloads – the AT-AT.
We try to be really careful with all copyrights here at M4P. The original AT-AT design art for the AT-AT was created by Jory Raphael. It is available to download free for personal use (or professional use if you purchase), so even though it is available for free, we don’t want to share a live version of his artwork on our site. So you’ll need to go to iconfinder.com and download it there. Then you can import it into our pattern. I left a light grey screened template, so you’ll know exactly how it fits together.
Day 5 of the M4P exclusive Christmas Star Wars vector downloads. Darth Maul would be a perfect gift for all the Grinches out there. Now, I was going to close out with “Bah, Humbug!”, but I treasure this time of year too much to write it even in jest. So let’s go with “Early wishes of a wonderful Christmas” instead.
…And we’ll back tomorrow with one last vector pattern for y’all.