May 3, 2013

May the Fourth Be With You


I was a HUGE Star Wars fan as a kid. In fact, I was Princess Leia two years in a row for Halloween. I can totally rock the side buns. I put together a little roundup of items made from vintage (and new) Star Wars sheets. Enjoy!

Star "Wears"


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Same sheet, this time as a cute top. 
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 This bubble top is a delicate balance between Star Wars awesomeness and lacey femininity.
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This skirt is lovely but I also love the Star Wars belt buckle. 
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I love the dress with the coordinating Empire Strikes Back lunchbox as a purse. This is an adorable Comic Con outfit complete with hat and gloves.
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This cute dress was made with a new sheet from Target. Devon shares a funny story behind the dress, it's totally something I would do.
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I wish all dresses came with pockets. This is such an adorable style. 
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Episode 1 (aka Baby Stuff)
Baby burp cloths and blankies from a vintage Empire Strikes Back sheet. ESB was my favorite Star Wars movie.
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If I had a baby, I would totally dress him/her in this bib.
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A Star Wars sleep sack? What a lucky baby.
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I'm loving this Return of the Jedi toddler dress.
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I know so many guys who would have a baby just so they could stare at these crib sheets every day.
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 OMG, you have to click the link to see an amazing Star Wars nursery. These basket liners as well as the crib bedding were made from a vintage sheet. There is also a homemade mobile from Christmas ornaments and many other cute details in one lucky boy's room.
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May the Force Be With You

What's better than one Star Wars grocery bag? Answer: Four.
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I may never go to Naboo, Hoth, or Endor but if I do travel outside the US, I can do it in style with an R2D2 passport cover.
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Yoda wallet I must have!
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I haven't seen very many vintage sheet backpacks. I love this Return of the Jedi pack.
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For Your Space Station
I'm loving this bathroom set made from a new (yes, companies are still making) Star Wars sheet.

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These coasters are so fun. Although, I'm not completely sure how I feel about using Luke's face as a coaster.

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How cool is an Empire Strikes Back Christmas tree skirt?
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I love this Star Wars quilt. It combines the sheet with really cute modern fabrics.
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Beth made this super awesome quilt for her hubby. Love it!
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One more super awesome Star Wars quilt.
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I don't know who created this in the first place but how awesome is this Star Wars amp?
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I'm such a geek! I spent a whole year finding these fun projects for you. I hope that you love them as much as I do and click on the links to see more amazing projects from their creators. Do you love Star Wars?


3 comments:

Longvacation said...

I am so impressed by the ingenuity of all the folks that made those wonderful projects.
I wish I could come up with great ideas, too.
Kudos to you for finding them all and sharing with us!
And May the Fourth be with you.

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Oh how fun! I'm actually old enough to have seen Star wars when it was released! I get tears in my eyes every time I watch it! :)

Amy said...

These are awesome ideas.My husband and I grew up with the original, and my son (10) LOVES the current. Guess what kind of sheets he has!