When we had Jackson’s epic Star Wars birthday party, we wanted to send guests home with goodie bags filled with things that wouldn’t go straight in the trash can.
If you have a Silhouette Cameo or Portrait cutting machine, you can make up a bunch of these in no time at all. (If you purchase through my affiliate link and others in this post, I will earn a small referral fee.)
You can use any 4X6-inch photo frame for this craft, but it looks most authentic when you use an Ikea Tolsby frame. They’re just $1 each, so these really are affordable Star Wars party favors.
We packaged all the bits and pieces for the R2-D2 craft in clear cellophane bags. Be sure to include a piece of white card stock cut to fit the frame, plus a glue stick, double-stick tape or mounting squares so your party guests have all the supplies they need to design their droids.
Kids have all kinds of options for how to use their droids. They can decorate the card stock to create Star Wars themed artwork for their room.
The frames have plastic inserts, so they make great dry-erase message boards.
And, of course, you can use these Star Wars party favors to frame your favorite photo.
Like maybe one you took at the Star Wars party photo booth.
Be sure to check out my other Star Wars party ideas.
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