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Do you think of George Lucas as God? (Yes, we think so.)
Is Princess Leia your dream woman?
Is the “Force” always with you?
If you have answered “Yes” to any of the queries above, chances are you are a Star Wars fanatic and flaunt your love for the Galactic epic whenever, wherever!
We here at Zedomax admire your geekiness and hence decided to dedicated a whole post to you!
DIY: How to Build Lego Star Wars Imperial Scout Trooper!
Love Lego and Star Wars? Well, then the video below is a must watch as it tells you how to build the super cool Star Wars Imperial Scout Trooper!
Install Star Wars Fonts for your Computer!
Why not show your love in cyberspace as well? Download the Star War fonts from here.
Aurabesh (27 Kbytes)-The alien script used in the Star Wars movies on walls, in pod racers and in other random places. Very cool; take a look.StarVader (53 Kbytes)-The font used in the Star Wars title logo.
How to Make Star War Cookies!
Baking is not just a woman’s job guys! In fact the Death Star Cookie may just motivate you to try your baking skills on unsuspecting family members. Get the mouth-watering recipe here.
How to Make a Star Wars iPhone Dock!
Apple and Star Wars is a match made in geeky heaven. This DIY Dock will ensure that the force is always with your iPhone.
How to Make Star Wars Origamis!
Practice the traditional Japanese art and recreate the Star Wars universe with paper. Only Star Wars can motivate you to soak up world culture as well! Details here.
How to Make a R2-D2 Robot Bar!
Before the next Comic Con or a Star Wars convention, party hard with your fellow friends and make your own R2-D2 Robot Bar. Details here.
How to Make an R2D2 IKEA Lamp!
If the the R2-D2 Robot Bar is too complicated for you then maybe you can show off your passion by making a cool R2D2 IKEA Lamp. Instructions here.
How to Make Your Own Light Saber!
Fight off diabolical enemies by making your own light saber.
We have to first focus on building the light saber. You have to cut the piece of chrome by using your saw. Make sure that it is cut between 12” and 14” long.Measure around ¼” from one end of the chrome and starting from there wrap the insulation around it. You should continue wrapping the insulation until and unless you have reached the desired grip and length.Now you will have to cut a PVC cap in half and then place at that particular space which you have left after wrapping the insulation around the Chrome. You shall have to repeat the step with the other half of the PVC cap and at the top of the chrome tube. Make sure to fasten the PVC caps in place by using screws.
Rest of the instructions here.
DIY Star Wars Costumes
Halloween may have long gone, but that shouldn’t stop you from dressing up as your favorite Star Wars character. I simply love the Empire Strikes Back Yoda costume that makes this little munchkin look super cute. Details here.
“I used an Empire Strikes Back Yoda action figure for inspiration, and carried him around the fabric store to loosely match fabric colors to him and his outfit. The central piece, a simple brown robe, is altered from an adult T-shirt, and the other elements (a hat, snake, belt, and walking stick) are all quick sewing projects using basic templates. You can adapt this costume to fit a baby, toddler, or preschooler by changing the size and scale of the robe and accessories.”
How to Make Sounds Effects From Star Wars!
Next time at your Star War Soiree, ditch the DJ and make your own laser blaster sound from Star Wars. How? Well, just watch the video below.
Hope you enjoyed this post based on the epic space opera franchise. In case you find it difficult to attempt some of the DIYs just remember to “use the force”.