Finding new ways to make a light saber is one of my kids favorite things.
We love Star Wars and all the fun crafts we make to go along with it. (One of our most favorites ever is this R2D2 trash can!)
If your kids love playing with colorful light sabers as much as I do, they will love these crafts!
15 Cool Ways To Make A Light Saber
Perfect for the summer, these light saber frozen pop holders keep your hands warm while you snack. via Kids Activities Blog
You can even make a light saber popsicle! This mold is pretty much the coolest thing ever!
Make a light saber napkin wrap to host the perfect Star Wars party! These are so cute. via Catch My Party
Another fun party craft for a Star Wars party are these balloon light sabers. So fun!! via Offbeat Home
The perfect craft to make for kids in school are these light saber pens. via Kids Activities Blog
Make tiny light sabers from hama beads. Love this project! via Pinterest
Customize your own light saber with a few things from around the house – total cost only $2. via Crazy Little Projects
Make light saber bubble wands that would make the perfect party favor! via The Contemplative Creative
Use left over pool noodles and black tape to make some really cool light sabers. via Kids Activities Blog
If you can’t find pool noodles (maybe during the cooler months) you can follow this great tutorial to make them with pipe insulation. via Wendolonia
Here is a really fun way to make a light saber: with your rainbow loom! Love this. via Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Another fun way to make colorful light sabers is with wrapping paper! via Kids Activities Blog
Make a delicious snack with these light saber pretzels – yum! via I Should Be Mopping The Floor
Wrap Smarties in this unique way to make tiny delicious light sabers! via Jadelouise Designs
Light saber veggies! This is so cool – just wrap a little aluminum foil on the end of celery or carrots. via Mummy Deals
More Star Wars Activities
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Leave a comment: Which activity on this post do your kids want to try first?