Star Wars Father's Day Crafts

Jun 04, 2015

We're here to help you create a Father's Day craft with your baby or kiddo for the dad that loves Star Wars. For little ones 18 months and up, give this Yoda handprint a whirl, or play it safe using a footprint to make R2D2.


  • green paint
  • tan paint
  • markers/crayons
  • cardstock/canvas
  • paintbrush


  1. Paint the palm of the hand green.
  2. Paint the fingers (not thumb) tan/light brown.
  3. Press hand flat onto paper or cardstock, palm first and then fingers.
  4. Using a paintbrush, paint on two ears with green paint.
  5. When paint is dry, draw on Yoda's face, and Jedi robes. Add hands.
  6. Finish with the caption "Yoda Best Dad".




  • white paint
  • blue, silver/grey, and black markers
  • cardstock/canvas
  • paintbrush


  1. Paint the foot white, pressing firmly onto the paper to create a print.
  2. When paint is dry, draw on the details of R2D2.
  3. Finish with the caption "Beep Beep Boop Whee! Happy Father's Day!".

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