So, as you may have heard, we’re holding a craft contest. You don’t have to be an expert crafter or even to have experienced the joy of finding glitter in places where glitter should never be to participate. Really!
We’ve featured a whole lot of crafts over the years; Star Wars fandom is rife with the things. So what’s your personal favorite Star Wars craft?
And no, it DOESN’T have to be something you’ve made yourself! Or even something Bonnie made. (Don’t hurt us, Bonnie.)
There’s only one rule: Your choice must be analog. No design, no photo-manips, no computers. It must have been made by human hands at some point! Metal, food and costumes do count, yarn and glitter are optional. Include a link if you can. (Basic HTML works just fine in our comments.)
“It’s away!” The Club Jade Craft-athlon has now started. Our craft-making contest has five events to challenge your makery skills. Will you come up with the coolest Star Wars character ever made out of a toilet paper roll? or the finest craft item that utilizes an old Star Wars t-shirt? or turn an old cereal box into a Star Destroyer?
To help celebrate the March 29 release of The Star Wars Craft Book by Bonnie Burton, we’re hosting this no-holds-barred competition of mad making and cunning crafting. Build your craft items, send us the photos, and we’ll award some winners. What can you win? Del Rey is providing some awesome loot, including copies of the new do-it-yourself guide to Star Wars crafts, and the grand prize winner will also get a signed copy of The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia.
…because Club Jade is going to be hosting a craft contest! In anticipation of the release of Bonnie Burton’s The Star Wars Craft Book at the end of this month, Club Jade is having a Craft-athlon to help bring out the inner crafter in you! It will be a multiple event challenge, with the grand prize pack that includes the upcoming craft guide and a signed set of The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, courtesy of our friends at Del Rey.
We’ll have more on the rules and the first Craft-athlon events later this week, but start scrounging your home for random household craft materials – like maybe a paper lunch bag, an old Star Wars shirt, or even a toilet paper tube.
I headed out to the Detroit Urban Craft Fair this morning… And came across a couple of Star Wars items. Jason Gibner does simple but adorable character paintings. It was Robocop who originally caught our eye, but I bought the Wampa you see above, but he still had a few (including Yoda, Jabba Boba Fett and an Ewok, right) when I left. You can check out the full array on Facebook.
Of course I forgot my real camera, so apologies for the cruddy iPhone pics. The show is open until 7pm tonight and runs through tomorrow at the Fillmore Detroit (nee The State Theater) downtown. If you’re in the area, I strongly suggest you head out. There’s plenty of art and handmade goods to please everyone!
Reader Rebel Without A Cause spotted this Star Wars scrapbooking paper, and it didn’t take much poking around to find somekits and even instantalbums. I’m sure there are some traditional scrapbookers who’ve jumped on these, but I can think of plenty of uses outside the box.