A DIY Star Wars Day T-Shirt Project

May the Fourth is a week away! Just time enough to figure out a small something to celebrate Star Wars with, if you’re so inclined. The Makeup Dummy shared a tutorial for a painted t-shirt with a Yoda-inspired quote:

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The Makeup Dummy

Nice use of negative space on a starry sky. Also, using stickers to create the lettering is clever; it removes the need for messing with stencils (which can be a pain in the hindquarters to make if you don’t happen to have an electronic cutting machine or somesuch).

Bonus project: This wall art piece made with neon rods from a room designed by cityhomeCOLLECTIVE is decidedly lightsaber-like, if you ask me:

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Interior design by cityhomeCOLLECTIVE, via Desire to Inspire

Do you have any Star Wars projects on the way? Do share!

In Making Stuff occasional feature, we share fun arts and crafts done by us and our fellow geeks and nerds.

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2 thoughts on “A DIY Star Wars Day T-Shirt Project

  1. What a fun shirt! So many of the shirts available in stores are geared towards guys, so it is nice to see something more feminine! Thanks for sharing it.

    You asked about other Star Wars projects! Oh my goodness! We are going crazy in all our May the Fourth Party prep! If you are interested in seeing our Star Wars recipes, crafts, DIY decor and costumes take look at: https://maythefourthbewithyoupartyblog.com

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    • Eppu April 28, 2016 / 09:38

      You’re so right – as if boys or men were the only Star wars fans. Never ceases to amaze me. I’ll have to visit your blog, it looks interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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