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DIY Star Wars Easter Eggs For Kids [Free Printable]

Are your kids ready to add a galactic twist to this year’s Easter egg hunt?

Then you’re in the right place and just in time! These stellar DIY Star Wars Easter eggs are the newest addition to our collection of Easter crafts for kids.

Combine the magic of Easter with the excitement of Star Wars in a fun and creative way. Our easy-to-follow instructions will help your kids transform ordinary eggs into extraordinary Star Wars characters.

From Jedi-inspired designs to adorable droid decorations, your little Padawans will have a blast crafting their own galaxy far, far away, right at home.

Ready to discover the joy of creating your own epic Star Wars universe this Easter? The next chapter awaits. Just a scroll away!

Star Wars Egg Decorating Ideas

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No wooden eggs? No problem! Grab some hard-boiled eggs or blow out the yolks from some eggs instead. They work just as great for our Star Wars Easter eggs.

So, let’s gather the supplies and get started!



1. Let us start the adventure! First, download the Star Wars printable. Then, print out each Star Wars character. Now, let your child cut out the faces and rectangular bases. This is a great opportunity to help your child improve their fine motor skills.

2. It’s time for some color! Guide your child to paint one egg olive green for Yoda, one yellow gold for C3P0, and one gray for R2D2. The egg for BB-8 doesn’t need to be painted. This is a wonderful chance to discuss colors and characters with your child.

C3-P0, R2D2 & BB-8 Easter Eggs

3. Let’s bring the characters to life! Use tape or glue dots to affix the faces of the Star Wars characters to the egg. Help your child align the faces correctly one each egg.

4. Almost there! Wrap the rectangular base around the egg’s bottom so it sits nested inside. You can use tape or a glue dot to secure it. Guide your child through this step to ensure the egg sits perfectly.

And there it is! Your child now has their own Yoda, C-3PO, BB-8 and R2-D2 to put on display.

For more craft ideas, especially if your child enjoyed this one, why not explore our Star Wars crafts next? The fun doesn’t need to stop here!

R2D2 Easter egg with C3-P0, BB-8, & Yoda Easter eggs in the background

Easter Ideas For Kids

With the holiday just around the corner, are you looking for some excellent Easter ideas to keep your little bunnies entertained? Well, you’ve hit the jackpot!

Our collection of Easter-themed books, crafts, and activities is brimming with creativity and fun. From storytime with a festive twist to hands-on crafting sessions and lively activities, we’ve got everything to make this Easter a memorable one for your kiddos.

Read on to discover how you can make this Easter unforgettable for your kiddos!

Children’s Easter Book Ideas

There are so many great Easter books for kids, but these are some of our favorites. Grab them from the library or buy them to add to your child’s collection! They’re great for helping your child develop a larger vocabulary, focus, and more!

Happy Easter Mouse – Everyone knows Mouse from the classic If You Give A Mouse A Cookie book, but now he’s back and ready to celebrate Easter! Kids will love watching him as he goes on an Easter egg hunt!

Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – Join Pete as he races to help the Easter bunny just in time for Easter! This is another new classic kids rate as a must-have!

It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny – Follow PJ the bunny as he tries to discover what kind of animal he’d rather be instead of a bunny! It’s a silly story with a great lesson.

Yoda Easter egg with R2D2, C3-P0 & BB-8 Easter eggs in the background

Kids Easter Crafts

Bunny Paper Cup Craft: This craft is not only adorable but also a great way for kids to have fun while improving their skills. They will work on scissor skills as they cut out the bunny ears, follow directions to assemble the cup, and hone their fine motor skills while decorating.

Sheep Tissue Paper Craft: Get ready for some 3D sheep fun! Kids can strengthen their fine motor skills by tearing or scrunching up the tissue paper and gluing it down to create the woolly coat. This activity works those small hand muscles, improving their grasp and setting them up for smoother handwriting practice later.

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Chick Name Craft: This craft is all about personalization. It’s a fantastic way for children to practice handwriting and name spelling. Plus, in the end, they’ll have a cute chick craft with their very own name on it to hang on the fridge.

Torn Paper Bunny Craft: As kids tear and arrange paper to form the features, they improve their coordination (using both hands together) and hand-eye coordination. It’s a hands-on way to enhance their motor skills while making a charming creation.

child hand holding Yoda Easter egg

Fun Easter Printables

Chick Worksheets: These worksheets are perfect for your little chickadees! They’ll get to practice writing the letter C (think cute chicks!), recognize it hiding amongst other letters, and even improve their cutting skills with some fun chick-themed activities.

Easter Bunny Activity Sheets: These free printables are a simple, no-prep activity that are great for the classroom or at home. Your kids will tackle mazes, matching games, counting exercises, and even some graphing.

Collage of Fun Easter Printables

Easter Color By Numbers: With these sheets, your little ones will become coloring masters. They will match numbers to different colors, filling each space to reveal a surprise Easter picture. Plus, they can practice exercising the small muscles in their hands.

Easter Dot To Dot: Ready, set, connect the dots! By connecting the dots in order, your kids will see awesome Easter pictures come to life: bunnies, chicks, eggs, and the whole gang! It’s a fun way to practice following directions and recognizing number order.

C3-P0 Easter egg with Yoda and R2D2 eggs in the background

Easter Fun

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DIY Star Wars Easter Eggs

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 25 minutes
Drying Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Level up your Easter eggs this year with these Star Wars Easter eggs! Paint your eggs in classic droid colors or transform them into your favorite characters with our printable templates.


  • Wooden eggs
  • Scissors
  • Glue Dots
  • Paintbrush
  • Acrylic paint in green, yellow, gold, and gray
  • Color Copy Digital Cover Paper (or any thick, white cardstock)
  • Star Wars printables


    1. Print out each Star Wars character and cut out the faces and rectangular bases.
    2. Paint one egg olive green for Yoda, one yellow gold for C3P0, and one gray for R2D2.
    3. Use tape or glue dots to affix the faces of the Star Wars characters to the egg.
    4. Wrap the rectangular base around the egg's bottom so it sits nested inside. Tape or use a glue dot to secure.

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