Christmas Decorations, Star Wars Style

Christmas Decorations, Star Wars Style

Remember school as a kid, when you would make those snowflake decorations. You would fold up a piece of paper many times, make some cuts, unfold and discover you’ve created a beautiful snowflake!

StormtrooperSnowflakeWell how about you unleash your inner nerd this Christmas and do that again with these  beautiful Star Wars themed snow flakes.

You name it, you’ll find it, in this collection of designs by graphics designer Anthony Herrera. There are heroes, villains, aliens, vehicles and droids for you to choose from.

In an email sent to, he explained,

“The Star Wars snowflake designs began as just doing designs of characters that me and my daughter wanted to make three years ago. The second year I introduced vehicles, and this year I decided to push further by designing battle scenes.”

You’ll find the full range of snowflakes on his site here which can be downloaded as a printable PDF file. Don’t forget there are a selection of designs he released last year as well, so there’s plenty to choose from. Be patient though as some of the designs can be quite taxing and requires a sharp knife with a steady hand. Anthony has also released a video to help you on creating your designs.

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