Make a simple DIY Star Wars Sweater for your office sweater, Disney bound or dapper day outfits! Show off your Rebel Alliance allegiance!
I know this is a little late for Star Wars and #Maythe4th but in my defense, school has been kicking my butt.
But you’re not here to listen to me talk about being burried in school work. No, you’re here to geek out and make all the things. Okay, so I was brought up with a healthy dose of scifi culture. My first R rated movie? The 5th Element. My first midnight showing? Star Wars Episode 3 – Revenge of the Sith. And while I’m not the biggest fan of the first 3 movies – as a kid I thought they were cool, now – totally cringe-worthy. But anyhoo… I remember my dad taking us to see the original trilogy when they came to theaters again. He was so excited! And my sister and I had no idea what we were walking into.
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One of my favorite things about this series is not the themes or the characters, while they are very awesome, it is the fact that my dad and I can connect over it. We don’t agree on a lot of things, but we can definitely talk about some Star Wars. In fact, we both waited to see The Force Awakens until we were both in the same city – it took a lot of spoiler avoiding thats for sure.
So, if you’re like me and you LOVE Star Wars and maybe wanna let your geek flag fly without being super obvious, this project is for you! This is also a super fun project for a Rebel Alliance Disney Bound and a Star Wars Dapper Day costume!
Simple DIY Star Wars Sweater
Time: 10 Minutes or less
Suggested viewing: Rogue One
A cardigan of your choice
Glitter heat transfer vinyl or glitter iron on
Cricut or craft knife and a pen
Iron and Parchment paper
This project is super simple. If you’ve got a Cricut, you can simply load the logo in, resize it in Design Space and hit go. You don’t even have to mirror it!
If you don’t have a Cricut, you can still make it! Trace the design onto the glitter iron on and cut it out.
I sized my symbol to about 5 inches across.
Once your design is cut out. Position it on the breast area of your sweater and iron according to the instructions for your vinyl.
Wear your DIY Star Wars Sweater with pride! Whether its as your office sweater, part of your every day wardrobe, or as a Disney Bound outfit! And may the force be with you.
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