This printable set has everything you need to celebrate the release of The Force Awakens. Plus, you can download these Star Wars Printables for FREE! Beautiful photography for this party by Just Destiny.
Okay, I’ll admit it…I am not a Star Wars fan. I love everything about it but the movies. I think it’s amazing that they made a movie in the 70’s with great graphics. I love the style, the logo, the story idea…and of course, I love Harrison Ford. I just never got into the movies…but I have high hopes for The Force Awakens. I didn’t like Star Trek either before the new movies came out…so I’m thinking I’ll like the newest addition to the Star Wars franchise.
So, why would I create all these printables? Because the Star Wars graphics are SO FUN and I loved every second of creating these for our Star Wars party (more details coming tomorrow). I designed Chewbaca, 3CPO, and Storm Trooper masks, BB8 and R2D2 Crowns, popcorn boxes, movie ticket invitations, candy and popcorn labels, a treat table sign, cupcake toppers, and straw flags. I haven’t made a free set this detailed and involved in a long time, so take advantage and download them below!
FREE Star Wars PDF Files
FREE Star Wars Silhouette Files
*If you are on a PC, make sure you unzip the files before trying to use them. These only include the masks and popcorn boxes.
Another thing…my kids are big fans. My husband and the kids had a movie marathon and watched one a night from Episode I to whatever the last one is and they sat and watched the whole thing. I was in total shock, you guys! They can not stop talking about Star Wars. My daughter got to go to this party and she loved everything about it…the food, her R2D2 crown, the cute costumes and the other cute kids!
So I’m going to have to start getting into this Star Wars thing because my kids and my husband are fans. We’ll be watching The Force Awakens in the theater (wish me luck with my 1 year old!) We’ll be the ones with the cute masks and crowns!
See all the details for this amazing party HERE!
Are you a Star Wars fan? What movie is your favorite?
For all the AMAZING party tutorials, visit these links:
- Photography: Just Destiny
- DIY Star Garland: Just Destiny
- Printables: Strawberry Mommycakes
- Costumes: Mom Endeavors
- Candy Jars: Mom Endeavors
- Chewie Caramel Corn: See Vanessa Craft
- DIY Light Sabers: A Night Owl
- Spaceships: All for the Boys
- Cookies: The Baked Equation
Kelly @eclecticmommy says
I love all of these printables, but those droid party hats are beyond adorable. What a great idea.
Thanks Kelly! These were so fun to make!
hi where do i print the masks from it i cant find anywhere on the page to download them?x
Thank you so much! This is our Christmas present to our 4 boys. Your printable tickets have made my day so much easier and most certainly neater!
Many Thanks and Merry Christmas!
I love this idea! Thanks so much for letting me know you used them…have fun!
These are fantastic, and the party looks fab! May I ask where you found the BB-8 straw cups? With thanks!
Thank you Deb! The cups are from Sara at momendeavors.com. I’m not sure where she got them, but you might head over to her sihttps://strawberrymommycakes.com/wp-admin/#comments-formte and ask her 🙂
We have the BB Cup with the blue straw. we bought ours with our lemonade at Disneyland. It’s their souvenir cup. I am sure people are selling them on E-bay. They had Boba Fett for a while., We got that one also at Disneyland and found people selling them on E-bay…hope this helps 🙂
Thank you Lina!
These Star Wars printables are so cute!
These are amazing! Love love love them! You ladies did some great work! Do you have any tips for invitations…? I’m still a newbie when it comes to designing on my Silhouette Cameo and I think I’m in over my head.
Hi Laura- I have a class I’ll be launching next month on http://www.printablecrush.com! It’s all about printable design and I’ll have some info on how to create images for your Silhouette 🙂
Amy Yates says
May I ask real quick if you printed the crowns on cardstock or normal paper? Also did you just tape the paper straps of the crowns together once you measured it on the child’s head?
Hi Amy! I use card stock for these crowns, and yes, I use tape for the back of the straps. Thanks for stopping by!
Thank you! How wonderful, my grandson will love his party!
You’re very welcome 🙂
now do u print just the masks out?????
i ment how do u
Hi Amber- are you having problems downloading it or printing?
These are fantastic! This will help make my Star Wars Day at my library amazing, thank you so much!
So glad you like them! Thanks for being here!